Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) is a powerful tool to boost innovation. 
The public sector demands innovative solutions that are not yet available or not at large scale on the market and thus forces providers to innovate. PPI2Innovate targets directly public procurers on all administrative levels in central Europe with the aim to build regional capacities in PPI, to change attitude towards PPI, to strengthen linkages among relevant stakeholders in regional innovation systems and to finally boost usage of PPI. The project will achieve this change by delivering innovative outputs such as 3 thematic PPI2Innovate tools for SMART Health, SMART Energy and SMART ICT fully customized to 6 national institutional frameworks and translated.


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PROJECT DURATION

Start Date

june 2016

End Date

MAY 2019


16.07.2018

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INVITATION: Innovation Procurement in Health sector, Zaragoza - Spain 

We would like to invite you and point on the upcoming interesting congress, which will take place in Zaragoza, Spain on 13th - 14th September 2018. The congress, organized by the Aragonian Institute of Health Sciences, focuses its attention on the procurement of innovative solutions for health and care.

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PROJECT IN NUMBERS

1.39
million erdf

10
partners

6
countries

5
oUTPUTS



oUTPUTS

training

REGIONAL AND NATIONAL ACTIONS PLANS

SMART PPI Tools

Nationally customized and translated SMART PPI tools for SMART ICT, SMART Health and SMART Energy represent
a far-reaching asset for Central-European region and its public procurers for an active and strategically guided usage focused on development of innovation-friendly local and national ecosystems.

 Tools are available in 6 languages ( HU, CZ, SI, IT, PL, HR ) in our "PUBLICATIONS" section.

SMART PPI Tools

Project Partners

STRATEGIC PARTNERS:

College of Dunaújváros (Hungary); Technology Centre ASCR (Czech Republic); Municipality of Torino Development, EU Funds, Innovation and Smart City Directorate (Italy); University of Maribor (Slovenia); Rzeszow University of Technology Department of Enterprise, Management and Ecoinnovation (Poland); Marshal Office of the Podkarpackie Region (Poland); Marshal Office of the Lubelskie Voivodeship in Lublin (Poland); Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts  (Croatia)


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