inno Germany

inno delivers success and its philosophy is to provide a targeted range of high quality services to its clients. The core services provided by inno Germany cover the following six fields:

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Featured projects

The Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion Skills Alliance

Fachkräfteallianz TechnologieRegion Karlsruhe/The Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion Skills Alliance: theimpending and in many branches already prevailing shortage of skilled labourrepresents for many companies and organisations a major challenge for the yearsto come. To address this challenge, the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion (TRK) has madeof attracting and securing skilled workforce in the region a main focus of itsfuture regional politics and has founded the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion SkillsAlliance. In the framework of the kick-off event took in January 2013 fivethematic groups were created:...

Urban-inno

The URBAN INNO – „Utilizing innovation potential of urban ecosystems“ project Kick-off meeting took place on June 23rd 2016 in Bled, Slovenia.

 The URBAN INNO– „Utilizing innovation potential of urban ecosystems“ project Kick-offmeeting took place on June 23rd 2016 in Bled, Slovenia.

URBAN INNO is a project co-funded by the InterregCentral Europe Programme, which is addressing the challenge to make Central Europemore innovative and competitive by maximizing the innovation potential ofsmaller and medium sized urban ecosystems. A significantly better linkage ofactors within urban innovation ecosystems is needed for a better use ofinnovation potentials. Therefore, URBAN INNO focuses on maximizing innovationpotentials of urban...

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Interreg Danube project FORESDA

FORESDA– ‘Forest-based cross sectoral value chains fostering innovation andcompetitiveness in the Danube Region’ supports the transformation of traditional forest-basedindustries and strengthens their competitiveness. The project startedofficially on the 1st of January 2017 and lasts 30 months.

Forest-based industries havethe potential to become the engine for sustainable and competitive bio economyin the Danube Region, but, unfortunately they suffer from significantdisparities, low levels of internationalisation, lack of cooperation, weakinnovation culture, etc.

Through its activities,...