SAFER project starts its activities in Donegal
This projects aims to improve the innovation performance of the seafood sector by accelerating technology adoption through transnational cooperation
Eleven partner institutions from the five programme Member States will gather tomorrow in Donegal to lauch SAFER project - Smart Atlantic Seafood Clusters. This partnership, led by the European Regions Network for the Application of Communications Technology (ERNACT), will work toghether to improve the innovation performance of the seafood sector by increasing technology adoption and transnational cooperation giving response to the challenges of a sector identified as high-potential for the smart growth of the participant regions. The project will drive innovation with a view of expanding the results to 21 Atlantic regions who will benefit from project’s experience in order to improve their innovation policies.
SAFER is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the INTERREG Atlantic Area Programme with a budget of 1,8 million euros.
More information about the project: https://www.ernact.eu/Project.aspx?ProjectId=99
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Published on: 2017-11-14
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