How do we focus on entrepreneurship, innovation and clusters to a more equal footing? And what can be gained at this in terms of development, increased profitability and innovation? These issues as well as an interesting investment in new mobile technologies for tourism fits within the EU project Quadruple Helix Central Baltic.
Quadrupleprojektet attacking other words, inequality is at the corporate and cluster from two angles: One is about to affect business promotion structures such as cluster initiative, entrepreneurship programs and innovative efforts by developing and implementing methods, models and tools for gender mainstreaming. The second cluster of its own investments in a sector where many women are active, namely tourism. The project envisages the possibility for small businesses to be part of a pilot study with new innovations in the form of mobile solutions being tested and developed in terms of tourism industry needs.
Quadruple is an initiative of Norrtälje and BalticFem which together with partners such as the Royal Institute of Technology, the County Administrative Board of Stockholm, Euro House, Läänemaa Tourism Association and the Saaremaa University Centre (Estonia) and Abo Akademi University (Finland) runs the project.
Quadruple funded by the Central Baltic INTERREG IV A Programme 2007-2013 and Resource Program / Growth Authority.
Project period: Two years.
Budget: 997 298th
Read more at www.quadruplehelix.eu