Latvijas Informācijas un komunikācijas tehnoloģijas asociācija (LIKTA) 2020.gada 27.aprīlī noslēdza līgumu Nr.188.8.131.52/19/A/005 ar Centrālo Finanšu un līgumu aģentūru (CFLA) par projekta “Partnerībā organizētas IKT profesionāļu apmācības inovāciju veicināšanai un nozares attīstībai” īstenošanu partnerībā ar Latvijas Informācijas tehnoloģiju klasteri. Projekts tika pieteikts 1.2.2.specifiskā atbalsta mērķa “Veicināt inovāciju ieviešanu komersantos” 184.108.40.206.pasākuma “Atbalsts nodarbināto apmācībām” 2.projektu iesniegumu atlases kārtas programmā.
The aim is to give visibility to companies providing digital solutions and also encourage all other sectors and the public administrations to adopt technical solutions which will allow Europe's economy to get through this crisis, e.g. by supporting distant working, e-learning, etc. It is important that European SMEs get to be at the forefront to provide such solutions.
An opportunity for startups & SMEs in the SOUTH Region
OPEN CALL: Deadline for applying is Monday April 20, 2020 at 5 p.m.
You have a technological or digital innovation project and want to accelerate your development in Europe and your access to the market? Meet investors and large groups?
You can apply now!
OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT
The European STARTUP3 project aims to facilitate collaboration between players in DeepTech innovation, in particular between startups and large groups, in order to make innovations and markets coincide.
Sub-Saharan Africa, India and UAE are growing markets and have enormous business potential for technology companies - especially in the fields of Viable Citizen Solutions and Intelligent Transportation Systems. At the same time, they are extremely complicated markets to enter for SMEs of Central Baltic region. There is strong potential in facing market entry challenges JOINTLY and use the export possibilities of the SMEs in the best way through CB cross-border cooperation.
Main objective of eMesai is to increase the Central Baltic SMEs export to Sub-Saharan Africa, India and...
The InnoCAPE project designs a cooperation model to develop a digital innovation ecosystem in the Baltic Sea region by exploiting the potential of the continuous digitization of value chains called Industry 4.0.
The project helps public authorities create favorable conditions for digital innovation hubs (DIHs) that serve as intermediary bodies, bringing together Research & Development and industry into digital industrial platforms. By bridging existing gaps, DIHs can efficiently implement Industry 4.0 policies, contribute to a better connected digital single market, and impro...
The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) of European Commission has signed grant agreement with the seven-partner consortium, where Latvian IT Cluster is lead partner, for funding seven Clusters and technological partners of cross-sectorial co-operation Project: „ESCP S3 for speeding up industrial modernization of agrofood packaging sectors towards Industry 4.0 and digital transformation by Cluster-Facilitated X-Industry Hackathons" or "DIGICLUSTERS" implementation, in the frame of European Union's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) competit...
On February 1, 2017, Latvian IT Cluster signed an agreement with Central Finance and Contracting Agency for implementation of project No 220.127.116.11/16/A/004 “Promotion of competitiveness and export capacity of IT industry”. Project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.
The project aims to increase the turnover of cluster companies through developing local and international cooperation of the cluster companies and partners.
Project activities will be implemented until 2020 and some of the planned activities include: