The results of the project BIC4SME are now available online

BIC for SME

Small and micro-enterprises are the backbone of the European economy and important players in the recovery process from past or future economic crises. They employ more than one-third of the European workforce and produce more than 20% of economic added value[1]. The positive correlation between SMEs activity and economic growth has been proven by numerous…

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Unlocking multiple forms of excellence and widening innovation through University-Business Cooperation

university-business innovation

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is technology-driven. It requires organisations to harness technology, people, physical and digital spaces into new products and services, in order to thrive in knowledge-based and inclusive societies. Already in 1995, the American economist Clay Christensen defined disruptive innovation as the means to create new markets and value networks that eventually disrupt…

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