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Dear readers,

 

In this 18th issue of KNOW-HUB's newsletter, we highlight DG Enterprise & Industry's informal call for expressions of interest for model regions for smart specialisation and cluster strategies. Interested regional organisations are invited to submit by 12 May 2014.

 

We highly recommend reading OISPG's White Paper on Open Innovation 2.0 and McKinsey's report on Shaping the future of manufacturing.

 

The KNOW-HUB team hopes you enjoy this newsletter and will continue to read through further issues and forward them to anyone you know who may be interested.

Blog

Open Innovation 2.0 - A New Paradigm 2014.03.25.

We highly recommend having a look at this short but very inspiring document by OISPG and Intel Labs Europe.

Call for the expression of interest to select six model demonstrator regions for developing modern cluster strategies 2014.03.25.

The 'SMEs: Clusters and Emerging Industries' Unit at the European Commission’s Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General is inviting regional organisations to take advantage, free of charge, of advisory support services offered by the European Cluster Observatory in view of better capitalising on the cluster concept for the renewal of their industries and the promotion of entrepreneurship and SME growth. The aim is to assist regions in designing modern cluster policies to take maximum advantage of the transformative power of innovation towards shaping industrial value chains, sectors and emerging industries.

Shaping the future of manufacturing by McKinsey 2014.03.25.

This free of charge report (registration required) examines the future of manufacturing, how senior executives should spread best practices, why leadership-development programs fail, taking data analytics to the next level, and Starbucks’ Indian expansion. A worthwile read!

Universities and Smart Specialisation Policy Brief 2014.03.25.

Interesting background reading by the JRC and the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies of Newcastle University.


    

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