We are a European funding programme that encourages cooperation in central Europe. With 246m EUR co-financing, we support partners to work together beyond borders to improve cities and regions in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
We have received 210 project proposals by the time we closed the second call on 24 June. New transnational projects are expected to be selected by spring 2017 and will be funded with around 90 million Euro from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
We fund partnerships that jointly address challenges shared across central European cities and regions - related to either innovation, CO2 reduction, natural and cultural resources or transport. In the past we already funded 124 project. Since June 2016, we are co-financing 35 new projects.
1-2 September 2016 in Baden, Austria
This workshop provides an opportunity to the Danube region's business support actors to discuss and exchange good practices about how to increase the value of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) for businesses.
It aims to reinforce the concrete impact of the business dimension of the EUSDR by:
This event is organised for all types of business support actors active in the Danube region. It is organised by the Austrian Foreign Ministry, the European Commission DG GROW and the Enterprise Europe Network.
On 2 September, together with our colleagues from the Interreg Danube Programme, we will be presenting opportunities and benefits of transnational cooperation for businesses and regional economy.
21 September 2016 in Europe
European Cooperation Day celebrates the achievements of territorial cooperation in your region. 'Sharing borders, growing closer' is the motto for the celebration of this spirit of cooperation throughout Europe and beyond, as territorial cooperation also involves neighbouring countries of the EU.
In the past editions, people cycled together, sang together, ate together, and in general had a wonderful time in each other’s company in hundreds of local events organised by territorial cooperation programmes and projects in over 30 countries.Read more
21-22 September 2016 in Vienna, Austria
The aim of our project implementation training is to provide technical support and advice to beneficiaries, enabling them to reach a higher implementation quality of their funded projects.
The project management teams (project, finance and communication managers) will be informed on and directly practice how to:
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We aim for active participation in the training, which will significantly increase the learning experience. The event will thus be split into short plenary sessions providing an overview and parallel thematic workshop sessions with a smaller number of participants in each.
Last Update: 09. 05. 16