Made in Danube Transnational Cooperation to transform knowledge into marketable products and services for the Danubian sustainable society of tomorrow

The rising population and associated demand for renewable biological resources make Bioeconomy a key element for smart and green growth in Europe and the Danube Region. Successful development of innovative services and new products in this field highly depend on an efficient collaboration between research organizations and regional companies.

For this reason Made in Danube will try to improve the conditions for this cooperation by developing open innovation tools which will match the needs of companies with the expertise of research organizations; By integrating three existing regional initiatives:

   1.Smart and innovative precision farming                   (Nitra, Slovakia)

    2.Competence Center in Wood Sector                            (Vukovar, Croatia)

    3. Biofuel (Novi Sad, Serbia)

Made in Danube will further implement the developed tools and build 15 sustainable bioeconomy-based innovation partnerships involving 40 regional companies. This way Made in Danube will not only contribute to the competitiveness of SMEs in the South-Eastern Danube Region but also generate significant change for the entire area by supporting regional Smart Specialisation Strategies.

Involving 15 project partners and 3 associated strategic partners from 10 Danube Region countries, Made in Danube will generate significant changes throughout the entire Danube Region in order to improve framework conditions for innovation and support the implementation of regional Smart Specialisation Strategies.

Transnational Cooperation to transform knowledge into marketable products and services for the Danubian sustainable society of tomorrow
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 1901275
ERDF Contribution: 1518248,75
IPA Contribution: 97835
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Innovative and socially responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Improve framework conditions for innovation

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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Steinbeis Innovation gGmbH, Steinbeis-Europe-Center Lead partner chiran@steinbeis-europa.de Germany
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca ERDF partner posorin@gmail.com Romania
ZSI – Centre for Social Innovation ERDF partner pecarz@zsi.at Austria
Pannon Business Network Association ERDF partner lazary@pbn.hu Hungary
SC IPA S.A, Business Incubator ERDF partner office@ipacv.ro Romania
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Project News

  • Made in Danube - You are invited - Policy Dialog Event - MAY 24-25 - BUCHAREST
    - 17-05-2018

        More infos and Agenda available here  

  • Made in Danube - Registration Open for Innovation Management Training in Vinkovci- 28th. May 2018
    - 16-05-2018

    Training Objective After this training participants will be able to overview and tackle the challenges of innovation management (IM) processes, identify key areas for future improvement and define concrete actions to maximise operational...

  • Made in Danube - Made in Danube goes abroad!
    - 14-05-2018
    Made in Danube goes abroad!

    From 16th to 20th April 2018 Made in Danube was represented by project partner Slovak University of Agriculture (SUA) in Nitra at the second Rectors’ Symposium hosted by Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in Baton Rouge, LA and...

  • Made in Danube - Registration Open! Made in Danube Technology Transfer Training on 29th of May 2018.
    - 11-05-2018

    The Made in Danube Consortium is inviting you to join its Technology Transfer Training in Kolíňany, Slovakia. Made in Danube project decided to improve the framework conditions for innovation by supporting the collaboration process between...

  • Made in Danube - Registration Open for Innovation Management Training in Budapest - 30th. May 2018
    - 04-05-2018

    The Made in Danube Consortium is inviting you to join its  Innovation Management Training on 30th May 2018 in Budapest, Hungary!   Training Objective After this training, participants will be able to overview and tackle the...

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