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DIGITAL INNOVATION HUBS: DYNAMIC FACILITATION AND THRUST FROM REGIONAL INNOVATION AGENCIES
H2020-INNOSUP-2018-06-two-stage: Supporting experimentation in innovation agencies
With the emergence of new business models and new technologies, the Institute for Business Competitiveness (ICE), as part of the European innovation ecosystem, is constantly trying to adapt and innovate in the way it supports companies in Castilla y León. The DIHnamic project is born from this innovation, within the call H2020-INNOSUP-2018-06-two-stage: supporting experimentation in innovation agencies.
The objectives of the Digital Innovation Hubs, acting as one-stop shops, is to help companies in their digitisation processes and ICE relies on these Hubs to promote the digitalisation of SMEs.
ICE, innovating in the way it supports SMEs, will carry out with the DIHnamic, project, a rigorous measurement of the impact of the services provided by the Digital Innovation Hubs using the methodology of Randomized Control Trials (RCT), thus ensuring the objectivity and impartiality of the results.
The goal is to encourage you to experiment more, to reconcile "trial and error" and "test before invest" attitudes, to design and test innovative support schemes for new challenges and to rigorously test their impact.
The Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León (ICE), has the support and active collaboration of the main associations of European regional entities, EURADA and ERRIN, with the aim of:
• Analysing and comparing innovative support programmes for SMEs currently being implemented.
• Transferring the knowledge acquired and the results of the project to other European innovation entities, so that they can be replicated.
Thanks to DIHnamic, ICE will develop new innovative models to support SMEs, which will be able to help other agencies, thus strengthening the regional and European innovation ecosystem.
This project has received funding from the European Union's HORIZON 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 824186.
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