During the Innova Foster project, partners will identify a range of best practice from the different partner regions related to SMEs competitiveness policies.
As the project progress, these practices will appear here:

As the summary of all best practices identified by the partners, the Project Study has been developed and it can be found both in Library and here.

1. Tartu - a good practice from Estonia

Tartu  is a city that promotes innovation via competitive enterprises, an attractive investment environment and facilitation of entrepreneurship and knowledge-based production and services. Tartu is a city in constant motion, empowered by innovative changes with a substantial influence on citizens' welfare and business growth. The Tartu best practice can be downloaded here

2. Region Podravje - a good practice from Slovenia

PODIM is the largest and leading conference on entrepreneurship, startups and innovation in the Alps-Adriatic region. Every year, it offers two days of intensive courses and networking opportunities. The innovativeness and speed of successful startups interfere with all aspects of the private and business life. Sometimes they entirely turn around the way a society, including industries, functions. The best practice can be downloaded here

3. Cork - a good practice from Ireland

Enterprise Ireland is the Irish government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. EI works in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets. In this way, we support sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment offering Innovation Voucher Programme. The best practice can be downloaded here