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Luxinnovation is one of the national innovation agencies that succeeded with fulfilling the requirements of the call for “Peer learning of innovation Agencies” (INNOSUP-05-2018-2020), which aims to promote the digitisation of SMEs.

Through the project “Digital transformation journey for SMEs”, Luxinnovation and its 2 consortium partners, FUNDACION FUNDECYT (Spain) and SC IPA SA (Romania), will study and analyse their various schemes for support the digitisation of SMEs.

€50,000 of subsidies

The 9-month project was approved by the Commission and will receive a grant of €50,000 to cover all related costs.

The 3 partners will gather in November for the first working group meetings. Their aim is to jointly improve the services dedicated to SMEs.

Luxinnovation will focus on the Fit 4 Digital programme in particular. This programme has been designed to help SMEs wishing to take advantage of new technologies in order to improve their competitiveness.

The work carried out in the context of this European project will aim to develop the programme through the exchange of best practices.

 

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