EEPA 2021 National Winners – Improving the Business Environment and Supporting the Digital Transition
It’s time to introduce you to some more EEPA national winners. Last time you met the winners in Category 2 – Investing in Entrepreneurial Skills – today on the Promoting Enterprise News Portal it is the turn of the national winners in Category 3 – Improving the Business Environment and Supporting the Digital Transition.
This category is looking to reward innovative projects and solutions that help create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive. It also aims to recognize initiatives that support the digital transition of the European economy. These could include projects that support enterprise start-up and growth, or simplify legislative and administrative procedures for businesses.
The projects that have been shortlisted in this category are tackling a variety of challenges – from innovative approaches to help businesses cope with the impacts of COVID-19 to digital solutions that streamline processes and increase efficiency.
The national winners in EEPA 2021 Category 3 Improving the Business Environment and Supporting the Digital Transition are:
- Austria: Region 4.0
- Belgium: DigitalWallonia4.ai (DW4AI)
- Czech Republic: Industry 4.0
- Estonia: Forwardspace
- Finland: Kuopio Living Lab
- Germany: NEXT MANNHEIM
- Greece: ANTIVIRUS CROWDHACKATHON
- Malta: With You All the Way
- Portugal: Digital Commerce Program in Portugal
- Serbia: SMEs Digital
- Slovakia: Digital Transformation of Waste Management
- Sweden: Be Digital
Click on the links above to find out more about the projects’ innovative approaches to improving the business environment and supporting the digital transition. The national EEPA coordinators have selected these projects to proceed to the next phase of the awards, where they will assessed by the European jury.
We congratulate all of the shortlisted projects and wish them the best of luck going forward.
Come back to the News Portal each week to find out which projects won their national competitions and are being considered for the European shortlist by our prestigious EEPA 2021 jury.
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