Cooperation with other regions of the European Union is an opportunity to gain new experiences and exchange skills, but also to promote Małopolska internationally and build the best possible image of the region in Europe and around the world.
European Analysis Team
The European Analysis Team is an international agreement of regional development institutions and business associations implemented as part of the “Power up Your Business in Małopolska 2” project. The aim of the Team is to support exports, facilitate B2B contacts, conduct studies on entrepreneurship, promote supra-regional cooperation and exchange experiences.
Goals of the European Analysis Team
- Exchange of experiences, solutions and good practices on a regional scale to support entrepreneurs during the crisis
- Study opportunities for interregional cooperation in order to apply support mechanisms
- Organize events to establish B2B relations
- Explore opportunities for joint activity with EU institutions
Partners of the European Analysis Team
- Małopolska Regional Development Agency (Poland) – task coordinator
Address: Kordylewskiego 11, 31-542 Krakow, Poland, www.marr.pl
Contact: Jacek Adamczyk, Chief Specialist, +48 602 575 517, e-mail: jacek.adamczyk@.marr.pl
- Agency for the Development of the Northeast Region (Romania)
Address: Piatra Neamt, Lt. Draghescu Street, no. 9, Neamt County, Romania, www.adrnordest.ro
Contact: Robert Cotuna, Expert Private Investment Office, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Netin Club (Spain)
Address: Avda. del Gran Capitan 46, planta 1, oficina 5, 140005, Córdoba, Espańa: www.netinclub.com
Contact: Mrs. Yolanda Tomico-del Río, Managing Director, e-mail: email@example.com
- EQ Abogados (Spain)
Address: Avda. del Gran Capitan 46, planta 1, oficina 5, 140005, Córdoba, Espańa, www.eqabogados.es
Contact: José Antonio Caballero Ruiz, CEO, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lviv Polytechnic University – National University (Ukraine)
Address: Bandery 1, 79013 Lviv, Ukraine, www.lpnu.ua
Contact: Oleh Karyy, Director of the Organization Management Department, e-mail: email@example.com, tel.: +380 50 5168136
If you are interested in participating in the European Analysis Team’s activities, please complete the survey below (preferably in English), in the basic and optional parts, and follow the Team’s news addressed especially to you.
Please send the survey to the following address / If you have any questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your personal data will be processed in connection with the implementation of the project “Power up Your Business in Małopolska 2”, sub-measure 3.3.1 of the RPO WM 2014-2020 program. Full information on the processing of personal data and your rights: link
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European Regional Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN)
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Currently, the full members of the NEREUS Association include 23 European regions, including three from Poland: Małopolska, Mazowsze and Podkarpacie.