To raise educational level, to improve (new) entrepreneurship and skilled workers in order to counteract regional perspectives. This asks for new concepts both in stimulating entrepreneurship in educational programming and tuning labour market with talents needed. To fulfill the needs for future skilled workers in different sectors the cooperative involvement of employer-organizations, chambers and the unions is needed.
The project will be built on “knowledge-partnerships” between employer-organizations, Universities, schools and agencies supporting regional development with special consideration of peripheral regions with a “brain-drain”. The chosen approach will be a joint development of projects using the concept of living labs (open innovation based on co-creation).
Campaigns focusing on highlighting the needs of regional companies for students that are on the threshold of chosing their University studies
Examples of non-traditional learning environments that can be used to promote entrepreneurship and regional development and competitiveness
Economic added value by new enterpreneurship in already existing and newly raised companies
Partners Found Already
Northeast Fryslan (the Netherlands), Meetjesland and Flanders (Belgium), Varmland (Sweden), Cork region (Ireland), Stadt Hamburg and Bremerhaven (Germany)
Partners from the North Sea Region, predominantly from UK and Denmark.
not defined yet
talent development, skilled workers, tuning labour market and educational output, entrepreneurship
20 October 2014