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    • 1. Project Identification Call for proposals Second call for ordinary project proposals 1.1. Project Title Collaborative platform to support research and technology transfer 1.2. Project Acronym NEXT 1.3. Project Code 2°ord./0023/0 1.4. Date of approval 1.5. Priority / Measure Priority 1 Economic, Social and Institutional Cooperation Measure 1.1 Research and Innovation 1.6. Lead Beneficiary (official Off. name Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness name in English, Country, level of productive sectors Unit of Nuts II - III or equivalent) Country ITALY Nuts II-III eq. Marche - Ancona 1.7. Project length Start 09/2012 End 04/2015 Total months 32 1.8. Total budget 2.999.180,00 € 1.9.Partnership Number of Beneficiaries per Country ALBANIA 2 BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA 2 CROATIA 2 GREECE 0 ITALY 2 MONTENEGRO 2 Other [art. 97 reg (EC) 718/2007] 0 SERBIA 1 SLOVENIA 0 Total Number of Beneficiaries 11 Total Number of Associates 2 1.10. Project Summary NEXT intends to create a collaborative platform to support innovation and technology transfer in the Countries of the Adriatic area. The project is promoted by 11 partners from six Countries: Italy, Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro and the representatives of different interests and positions of the actors of innovation: Universities, Regional Development Agencies, Chamber of Economy and Local Authorities. The project stems from some considerations: - The borders of these Countries, known for years as places of exacerbation of national differences, represent nowadays concrete grounds for overcoming the restrictions and contrasts, and offer new opportunities in the field of research, innovation and technology transfer. The cross-border areas lie at the forefront of the main challenge that will increasingly be posed to the larger Europe: managing diversity and competitiveness while at the same time maintaining cohesion. - Innovation and technology transfer, widely re-called in national and EU research programs, are in recent years facing new challenges due to factors such as: the impact of globalization; the emergence of new pervasive products and technologies; the difficulty in finding financial resources for R&I in particular in an atomized and undercapitalized industrial context; the consciousness that innovation takes place in "systems" or open networks, through the interaction of actors which are different in competences, skills, objectives.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 1 of 89
    • These challenges and complexity factors require therefore to act over vast areas that go beyond individual regions or Countries and on the connections among systems significantly different from each other (research, education, industry, finance, public administration). Unlike other similar initiatives, the distinctive and effective innovation that distinguishes NEXT is an original mix of virtual services (online platform for information sharing, access to common services, etc.) and material services/products provided directly to partners, SMEs, research and technology transfer centers, institutions. The services/products offered by the NEXT project - the following are the main ones – take into account these considerations. Based on a context analysis and through an effective involvement of the "actors of innovation" in the areas represented, "NEXT open book" will be created, a Repository which can be constantly updated by research and technology transfer centers (both public and private). A summary report ("NEXT trend") will also be produced to give details, for each of the territories involved, of the level of technological intensity, the results of excellence in the field of research and innovation, investment opportunities, public policies support. Both of the tools will be functional to identify and give visibility to excellence competences, thereby facilitating the interaction between the different research actors. The implementation of an online platform will simplify and speed up the opportunities for collaboration, contributing to the establishment/strengthening of supply chains and clusters as well as to the attraction of investments and the resulting capitalization of the leading innovation sectors. In order to consolidate the reaction system, together with a series of platform-based online services ("NEXT Box"), specific initiatives will be implemented for the promotion of investment opportunities (e.g. Promotion of patents and supporting actions for spin-offs and research groups for submission to potential investors) ("NEXT Investment booster"). Following an analysis of the experimentation conducted and partnerships developed within the project, suggestions will be provided to the Programme Authority, and indications for the development of the policies to support innovation in the reference area ("NEXT Outlook "); a feasibility study (" NEXT Suite ") will also be conducted to verify the future sustainability of the initiative.3. Project Description 3.1. Project background and the problems and/or challenges to be addressed The NEXT project arises from the considerations on the role of innovation, transnational networks and cooperation as levers of national economic development and, more generally, of the increase in competitive capacity of enterprises through better connections with the innovation circuits. The challenges that the project intends to address are significant and they are based on some issues/perspectives/conditions/opportunities such as: Regarding research and technology transfer: - Research and technology transfer development at the level of individual regions/ Countries often leads to too high investments that need to be done on a large scale for determining significant results; - In order to maximize the "value for money" of these activities, synergies and networks can be developed to promote joint researches and the connections with the business community in the cooperation area; - Sharing the risks with the EU and the capitalization of the benefits at the local level represent a great opportunity to enhance the competitiveness of the area through research and technology transfer; - The creation/ availability of a sufficient "critical mass" (skills, resources, actors, etc.) in relevant scientific-technological areas is fundamental to address and support the great challenges in the cooperation area, today and in the future; - Cooperation and networking projects such as NEXT can support the adoption of new cultural and operational approaches in the field of research and innovation and consequently the development of new skills and professional opportunities in the regional contexts of the beneficiary Countries. Regarding cross-border cooperation and the characteristics of the area: - In the Balkan Countries and in particular in those of the former Yugoslavia, due to a number of factors (the economic crisis, few investments in the scientific sector in recent years and the absence of a defined and coherent institutional framework) there is a distinct lack of an institutional and well-defined relationship between the scientific and the business world. At the same time there is the difficulty of accessing wider financial resources, especially for those Countries that31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 2 of 89
    • cannot count on the support provided by the Structural Funds. - For these Countries to exit the cultural and financial isolation is a priority. As to create precise operational models, to identify scientific and technological partners and to build up a framework for the exchange of R&I information and services, to facilitate the access to existing resources and skills at the international level, possibly by means of EU funds provided for such synergistic activities as well; - To promote the excellence in the area and increase the institutional capacity in the sector of research and technology transfer, it’s a clear need, aiming at the implementation of local development models more oriented to the "Territorial knowledge management." 3.2. Project Objectives (general and specific) Consistent with the objective of Measure 1.1 Research and Innovation to "encourage innovation and technology transfer through the creation of networks between the business, institutional and academic community", the project aims to create a collaborative platform among Research centers, enterprises and researchers; this platform will work as the "aggregation element" to stimulate and support an innovation path that will enable to increase the competitiveness of the area. General Objectives: Through the collaborative platform, the NEXT project aims: A. To promote, expand and consolidate, in qualitative and quantitative terms, the cooperation among Research institutes, enterprises and researchers. B. To test mechanisms to support the research and technology transfer system in the area. C. To represent a qualified interlocutor with institutional stakeholders in view of an enlarged R&I governance D. To embody a competitive partner in research and technology transfer at the area level and internationally The specific objectives are: • To define the map of activities and actors of scientific research in each territory involved; • To implement an interactive online platform to facilitate and multiply the exchanges among the actors of innovation; • To provide a range of services to support the relationships among the actors involved; • To promote investment opportunities in favor of research and technology transfer; • To provide guidelines for the development of coordinated policies to support innovation; • To give visibility to excellence in the field of research and innovation; • To capitalize the experience and the results gained to give continuity to the collaborative platform. 3.3. Coherence of the project 3.3.1. Coherence of the project with the Programmes strategy The aims and objectives of the NEXT project are consistent and in close connection with Priority 1 of the Programme: “Economic, social and institutional cooperation” that aims at strengthening research and innovation to facilitate the development of the Adriatic area through economic, social and institutional cooperation. Furthermore, the NEXT project aims at the practical implementation of policy objectives of Measure 1.1 “Research and innovation”: improving research capacity by increasing competence levels, encouraging transfer of innovation through the creation of networks among the entrepreneurial, institutional, academic, training and research sectors, and principally by promoting joint activities. Behind the innovation development there are not only the investments in research and development of individual enterprises. The innovation policy shall aim to produce new forms of collaboration between small and medium-sized enterprises especially, in the technology field rather than in the productive and commercial ones. The Next project intends to promote the development of an activity of territorial knowledge management, aimed to make more explicit and formal the organization of the relations through which enterprises, universities, research centres, exchange informations in the traditional productive systems. The aim of the project falls exactly within Measure 1.1. i.e. the organization of an innovation system of the "involved regions" by creating a "place of integration and cooperation" (the NEXT platform) between different public and private actors.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 3 of 89
    • The dimension of the cross border cooperation amplifies and facilitates the development of innovation policies based on processes of knowledge capitalisation and accumulation: • innovation processes and policies at the local/regional level normally produce "spillover" effects towards neighbouring territories. On the other hand, joining a transnational technological cooperation platform produces immediate multiplier effects of the outcomes of local / regional innovation policies; • the physical and geographical dimension of the Adriatic regions can often prevent or limit major economic investments in the field of technology transfer, which instead require a critical mass of projects, initiatives, enterprises and capitals. From this point of view, cross-border cooperation, through the access to international networks, creates the appropriate economic conditions; • the international and global nature of many innovative entrepreneurial initiatives (e.g. renewable energy, sustainable transports) make cross-border network a more interesting and attractive subject compared to individual regional administrative units. 3.3.2.Coherence of the project with the relevant EU policies and horizontal issues The project proves to be consistent with the contents of the main strategic and operational Documents of the European Commission in the field of innovation and competitiveness of European Regions. In particular: with the "Recommendations of the European Council on the recent Commission proposals on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 (29/06/2011)", which: - recognises the importance that research and innovation play in accelerating the transition towards a sustainable economy; - promotes the establishment of stronger links between basic research and industrial innovation, as well as between innovation and the productive process, recalling that one of the main difficulties in the EU research and innovation programmes lies in the fact that their results are not effectively marketed. with the "Lisbon Strategy and the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative - Innovation Union SEC (2010) 1161" that: - contributes to the achievement of the expenditure objective in R&D sector corresponding to 3% of the gross domestic product (GDP), and to the implementation of the Flagship Initiative “Innovation Union”, through a strategic approach that integrates both the instruments and the actors involved in research and innovation; - aims to increase the transfer of knowledge between research institutes and enterprises in an open innovation framework, enhancing and stimulating in particular the "non-commercial" activities such as research collaborations, mobility of researchers, creation of spin-off , publications, etc.; - promotes the creation of European partnerships for innovation in order to accelerate the research activities as well as the development and commercialization of innovations with the aim to address issues relevant for the society, to share experiences and resources and to boost the competitiveness of European industry, according to the principle of “aging in good health”. with the recent Communication on "An Integrated Industrial Policy for the globalisation era. Putting competitiveness and sustainability at Centre Stage" {SEC (2010) 1272}, which states that: - Clusters and networks improve industrial competitiveness and innovation, bringing together resources and skills and improving cooperation between public authorities and universities. The EU Regional Policy and the framework programme in the field of research assists regions to adopt "smart specialization strategies" to increase their competitiveness by developing innovation niches. The project is also consistent with the European and national policies on equal opportunities and non-discrimination. Equal opportunities will be taken into consideration and enhanced in all the phases of project implementation. Providers will be chosen for all contracts according to the principles of cost efficiency and transparency.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 4 of 89
    • 3.3.3. Coherence of the project with public national and subnational strategies The project aims to be consistent with the main policy orientations in the field of innovation and research for the beneficiary countries. Regarding the Italian situation, the project shows coherence with the objectives and instruments defined by the National E-Government Strategy and with a specific project "Support for research and innovation policies of the Regions" financed within the National Operating Plan 2007-2013 funded by Structural funds. Regarding the Marche Region, the project is coherent with the Single Programming Document 2008 (matching demand and supply of innovation, etc.), with the Regional Strategic Plan’s objective (to improve competitiveness and strengthen capacities in research and development) and with ERDF ROP 2007-2013, as for the priority axis innovation and economy of knowledge. Moreover, it is closely relevant to the most recent Regional Programme Strategy “MARCHE 2020” launched in February 2011 and focused on the strategic vision of Marche up to 2020 and to the recent Marche Region Employment and Productive Activity Plan for 2011-2013. The project is also consistent with the objectives of innovation and revitalization of research in the beneficiary countries of the Balkans. In these countries the impact of public support for innovation is positive, but still limited. The implementation of policy measures is effective in identifying and supporting the most promising projects, research units and knowledge-based enterprises, as well as in spreading good practices related to a knowledge-based economy. The main policy documents with which the project expresses coherence of objectives and goals are: Croatia- the Strategic Framework for Development 2006-2013, Central State Office for Strategic Development for Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina- Subprogram - "Support to science programmes and projects of significance to the FBiH", developed and implemented by the Ministry for education and science of FBiH, Basic, Sub program "Applied and development research in RS", developed by the Ministry for Science and Technology of RS - Science Department, "Excellence in Innovation", funded by USAID and Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Norway - Montenegro -Strategy for scientific research activities 2008-2016 adopted by the Government, - Serbia - Innovation Law (March 2010) by the Serbian Government- Albania -Strategic Programme for innovation and technology development of SME 2011-2016, the National Strategy for development and integration (NSDI) 2007-2013, the Business and Investment Development Strategy (BIDS) 2007-2013. 3.4. Added value of the cross-border coooperation in this project Beyond the immediate effects that cooperation can lead to- which are numerous – a more qualitative effect concerns the change of mentality: the regions and the actors involved (economic, institutional and social) exit the isolation caused by the borders and natural boundaries and start to cooperate in a less hostile environment. This also results in the achievement of a critical mass that allows, on its turn, to gain enough weight on the international market and to acquire a greater standing in the relation with central, national or European authorities. With specific reference to innovation and technology transfer, which are the core of NEXT, it should be recalled that the majority of the partners and targets of the project (in particular Research centers and SMEs) is already part of one or more networks, has its own "niche" activities and has developed skills specialized to various extents. The problem is that most of the times this niche is limited to the local level, investments in intangible assets (knowledge and relationships) are still limited and, finally, the modalities of knowledge organization do not allow to take advantage of “reuse” to a great extent nor to extend the circuit of potential users and customers. The challenge – which is also NEXT’s main one - is now to move from “short” to extended networks: the single network component can remain small, but its strategy shall be more and more oriented to building a global niche within larger networks. In this way, its specialized expertise is enhanced and enlarged, reaching customers that short networks do not allow to reach; the sharing of networks, the collaboration and exchange of knowledge are widened. The added value identified concerns both sides of the Adriatic, each territory will have specific benefits in relation to its features. 3.5. Methodology approach Rationale for the composition of the partnership: with their closeness to the territory and their location at the juncture between global and local, the project beneficiaries represent adequate subjects to meet the demand for R&I, to manage the connections between the actors and to convey requests and proposals in a systemic framework, facilitating the connection with the regional/national and EU level. The involvement of the key areas of innovation is also ensured: research, education and public administration, industry. Capitalization: data and informations collected in other projects (e.g. IKTIMED and Marche Innovation portal) will be retrieved and standardized to be used on the collaborative platform. Innovation: the NEXT project is innovative both for the issues and challenges that it responds to, both for the action31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 5 of 89
    • modalities proposed. Architecture of the NEXT project combines the virtual and physical dimension of services, based on the assumption that the relations on the collaborative platform cannot have only an intangible dimension but, alongside online services, they require a physical/material dimension which gives concreteness and solidity to the groups that will be formed. A system of relations among different actors is therefore proposed, in which value creation is not the exclusive result of an internal transformation of inputs into outputs - as in the traditional innovation model- nor of a technology transfer limited to a single territory (in a Country or a Region) or to a sector, but it is rather the smart and effective combination of internal and external resources, on a supranational scale. Target groups/stakeholders: target groups: University departments, university technology transfer offices, private and public Research centers, Public agencies and private research and technology transfer centers (from now on RTTCs), researchers, enterprises. Stakeholders: Public Authorities and financial institutions. 3.6. Expected results and outputs In line with the description provided in the project background and with the general and specific objectives, the following main results and outputs of the NEXT project have been elaborated. Detailed results and ouputs are indicated for each WP, the following are the most significant ones at project level. Results: - development of a collaborative platform characterized by virtual and material services that allows to integrate and convert the knowledge of Research institutes, enterprises and researchers in the Adriatic area, into organized and structured knowledge, encouraging the innovation transfer between producers and users. (See Objective A) - improvement of the positioning of local research centers on the international market, both in terms of visibility and access to knowledge and skills for the presentation and interaction with the financial community and the stakeholders. (See objective B) - acceleration of the processes of exchange and accumulation of skills and knowledge and qualification of the collaborative platform as a service and reference structure for the enlarged R&I governance in the Adriatic area. (See Objective C) - development of the competitive capacity of the actors of innovation in the Adriatic area through the participation in the platform as the central and acknowledged core of a global net of knowledge production. (See Objective D) - capacity building and enhancement of the cooperation culture of partners and dissemination of the acquis communautaire in the Countries of the Adriatic area. Outputs: NEXT open book: Repository of RTTCs; NEXT Trends: reports on local contexts; NEXT IS: online platform to support the relationships between the actors of innovation; NEXT box: basic services and advanced services to support research and technology transfer; NEXT investment booster: investment opportunities; NEXT suite: business plan for the sustainability of the collaborative platform; NEXT Evaluation: Analysis of the relations and results produced by the collaborative platform and indications for policy makers; Communication plan and tools for the promotion and dissemination of results. 3.7. Sustainability and long last effects of the project Among the objectives of the project there is the one of consolidating and rooting the project results within three key areas: Financial sustainability:through its actions, the project tends to generate a qualified demand of services. The 32 months of its development should be sufficient to demonstrate to stakeholders that the endurance of the platform operations beyond the temporal boundaries of the project is possible not only in theory, but also in practice. Adopting the model of the software promotion which proved successful in recent years on the web, the project aims to offer free services with the idea of gathering a progressively increasing number of innovation actors. This would become the basis on which to build a self- sustainable initiative from a financial point of view (eg registration fees, promotional sales, pay services, etc) Institutional sustainability: through the elaboration of a business plan (WP7), the partners will identify the optimal configuration for the project sustainability (eg. multilateral agreements, EGTC creation), considering also the participation of private entities.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 6 of 89
    • Political sustainability: the project will contribute to provide guidance for policy development on research, innovation and higher education both within the IPA Prog and the national Operational Prog financed by the Structural Funds, and by improving the alignment capacity to EU policies and targets in the field of research and innovation also behalf the contribution of the Associates The sustainability actions will be implemented through two modalities: horizontal mainstreaming, namely verifying the conditions of transferability of the collaborative platform to other sectors and supply chains of the regional economies of the Countries involved; vertical and cross-border mainstreaming through the development of the project results in relation with the national and international successful experiences in the field of innovation and technology transfer networks. 3.8. Level of cross-border cooperation Joint Development Joint Implementation Joint Staffing Joint Financing 3.8.1. How the project will realize one/more of the previous joint cooperation system Joint development The initial project idea has been conceived by the Lead Partner,moving from its previous experiences in the field. Anyway,it has been fully developed with all partners; each of them gave its own contribution in terms of both analysis concerning the geographical area and technical advices on methodology/content of the action plan. So,the final proposal is the result of an actual joint approach. Joint staffing One of the expected results of the project concern the effectiveness of the “innovation” network that has to be built. For this reason, the overall project management aims at stimulating cooperation and exchanges among partners trough dedicated tools and specific meetings (up to 3 per years for the SC and even more frequent technical meetings). Moreover,the coordination tasks are carried out by a real integrated structure thanks to day by day cooperation between the PMO (program management office) and the POT (partner operation teams) Joint implementation NEXT is based on a shared project management system aiming at stimulating active participation by all participants. Tasks and responsibilities have been distributed among partners according to their sectorial know-how and previous expertise (functional approach), thus providing a real added value to project implementation. However,certain activities requires a more “geographical” scope (i.e. each partner has to provide analysis based on territorial data and information) Joint financing The project has a joint budget with funding allocated to partners in accordance to the planned activities. Some partners (especially the LP) manage an higher portion of the project budget only because that they are responsible for implementing activities whose results will concern all the other partners (communication, online platform, providing service to the target groups, etc). The Financial Manager is responsible for the sound management of the IPA funds according to the program financial rules. 3.9. Project management The NEXT project management methodology is a "systemic project management approach". Under this perspective the project management will focus on the: • management structure; • project team; • information flow among the partners. Through an intensive coordination within the partnership, the LP will be responsible for the following management processes: A) Creating the Operative Project Schedule: elaboration of the Activity Plan that will be shared with and approved by the Steering Committee B) Building up the monitoring and evaluation system: providing the specific monitoring and internal evaluation system described and formalized in the MEP (Monitoring and Evaluation Plan). C) Establishing the audit trail system: an instrument aimed to ensure the “self-control” during the implementation, that describes how the funding of the project has been spent. The project management process will be carried out by three organizational structures connected with each other by an31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 7 of 89
    • effective system of formal and informal communications. (1) Steering Committee, (SC) will ensure the achievement of the project objectives in terms of: • approval of acts and "key documents" of the project: Action Plan (AP), Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MEP), Communication and Dissemination Plan (CDP) • contribution to ensure motivation and team spirit in the project; • observance of several formal procedures, concerning the administrative resources management and the relationship with the MA; • ensure efficiency in relation to the internal communication and decision-making process; • ensure uniformity of external messages and communication; • efficacy of the dissemination and mainstreaming actions; • coherence of the planned actions in the Activity Plan compared to the development strategies and to the policy elaborated in the territories. The Steering Committee will be composed by two representatives for each partner. They meet at least 3 times during the year, in each partner Country in turn. (2) Program Manager Office (PMO) will report to the Project Manager (PM). The team will be composed by a professional staff provided by the Lead Partner. One of the members will be the Financial Manager, responsible for the project budget management and the activity of financial reporting. The PMO will be responsible for the activity plan management and will run the project daily operations. The PMO will carry out all required tasks and will ensure that all problems or issues will be solved. S/He will also set out the team operating rules and procedure (OP), and Monitoring and Evaluation Procedures. (3) Partner Operations Teams (POT) will be composed by professional staff provided by partner organizations in each territory involved in the NEXT project. POT will be responsible for the proper implementation of project activities in the national contexts, according to the AP authorized by the Steering Committee and to the Operative Procedures established by the PM.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 8 of 89
    • Beneficiaries list Beneficiary role Lead Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Regione Marche - PF Innovazione, Ricerca e Competitività dei settori national original language produttivi Institution name in Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness English language of productive sectors Unit Legal status Public Body "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Via Tiziano 44, 60125 code City Ancona Country ITALY NUTS II - III o equiv. Marche - Ancona Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname patrizia sopranzi Person Function Head of Innovation, Research and competitiveness of productive sectors Unit Contact person Name/surname patrizia sopranzi Function Head of Innovation, Research and competitiveness of productive sectors Unit Street, Number Via Tiziano,44 Postal code 60125 City Ancona Ph. Num. 071. 8063337 Fax 071. 8063337 E-mail patrizia.sopranzi@regione.marche.it Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code IT12 N060 5502 6000 0000 0003 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 1.019.000,00 EU co-financing 866.150,00 National co-financing 152.850,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) Innovation, Research and Competitiveness of productive sectors Unit (I&R Unit) is one of the 6 units of the Industry and Craftsman Department of the Marche Region. It is composed of 7 internal staff members. Regarding the drafting and implementing of CB projects, the Unit can be supported by the regional development agency “SVIM”. This is a company (100% share owned by Marche Region) with a total staff structure of about 25 members covering all phases of project cycle. Both the Unit and SVIM headquarters are well equipped with all the office and web tools necessary for the successful CB projects implementation and joint partnership coordination. In the last 3 years, the I&R Unit has injected in the regional economic tissue about 100 ml Euro from EU and State funds stimulating private investments (for about 300 ml Euro) in research, technological transfer, innovative practice, creation of spin-off, etc. to increase regional enterprises international competiveness. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects Previous CBC actions: TISAF (Interreg IIIA-NPPA, submitted in 2006 and refunded in 2009 and 2011 as “best practice”) focusing on technological . tools for the competitive growing of industrial Adriatic system, while ITAC (Interreg IIIA- NPPA) involved 16 members of the Forum of Adriatic-Ionian Chambers of Commerce to improve the competitiveness of SMEs. Regarding the specific sector of NEXT, it’s to be mentioned the ongoing IKTIMED (MED 2007-2013) aimed to foster the competitiveness of SMEs through a new PPP to support innovation based on a more open approach to knowledge and tech. transfer and a strong public-private cooperation. Then, Marche region is the coordinator of the JADE project (7°F.P.- Capacity/Regions of Knowledge) with French, English, Finnish and Turkish partners aiming at launching at transnational level the emergent regional research driven cluster (i-LIVE RDC) specialized in ambient intelligent technologies for independent living and eco-sustainability. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 9 of 89
    • Leadership played by the I&R Unit originates from its institutional mission to increase the territorial competitiveness and the significant role played within I&R contexts, such as: the coordination of the Italian Observatory on Regional Policies and Innovation to improve the strategy for promoting and funding research, knowledge transfer and innovation of SMEs and to find out common tools to support and evaluate research and innovation projects. The Unit is also beneficiary of the national project (funded by the Italian Dept. for Economic Development) aiming at stimulating new methodologies and sharing best practices on R&I policies, technological foresight and pre-commercial procurement. A best practice is also the Regional Platform on Innovation with the aim of sustaining research and tech. innovation in the region by facilitating the access to tech. competences, patents, R&D project databases. These competences will guarantee both project’s management and quality. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results Thanks to the above-mentioned wide and successful experience gained in the past and on-going CBC and transnational activities and the within the ERDF funds managements, thanks to the past and current Regional Operative Programme, the I&R Unit will be in charge of coordinating the project activities implementation, guaranteeing the well-timed and effective realization of the proposed activities. LP, supported by SVIM experienced project/financial managers, will be able to proficiently implement the process of monitoring, reporting, media events and organizational meetings. In addition, the high level know-how and competences acquired within the above-mentioned research and innovation contexts and the closed relationships and networking built with regional, national and international research, technological and academic actors, will allow the I&R Unit to play and effective role of scientific supervision of all the technical activities foreseen by the NEXT project.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 10 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Fondacioni “Partneritet per Zhvillim” national original language Institution name in Foundation “Partnership for Development” English language Legal status Non profit private organization "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Str Shinasi Dishnica, nr. 100, 1000 code City Tirana Country ALBANIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Tiranë Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Tome Preku Person Function Executive Director of PfD Contact person Name/surname Aferdita Sadiku Function Project Coordinator Street, Number Str. Gjike Kuqali, P.8, Shk.2, Ap.24 Postal code 1000 City Tirana Ph. Num. +355 4 2227309 Fax +355 4 2227309 E-mail aferditasadiku@hotmail.com Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code AL 26202110370000004305985412 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 210.000,00 EU co-financing 178.500,00 National co-financing 31.500,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) The main goal of PfD is to contribute in the social-economic and institutional sustainable development of Albania. It aims to simulate, support and disseminate opportunities of democratic, social, economical, cultural, environmental and human development of Albanian population in cooperation with the other nations of the Region and wider. PfD engages in its activities an interdisciplinary team made of 12 full time and associated senior and junior professionals, consultants and trainers. It has a consolidated partnership and cooperates with a large number of local/grass root level NGOs and organizations at the national and regional levels as well as with different international partners and donors funded projects. The PfD Office Structure is settled in Tirana and owns all necessary office equipments, facilities and tools, assuring a well endeavor of the engagements undertaken. PfD has developed focal points in different regions of the country and region. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects A brief list of the main activities implemented during last years: 2011-2013 Main Implementing Partner of Municipality of Bushat (Lead Partner) for the realization of the Project “BWS – Build Waste Sustainability: New Capacities for Sustainable Waste Management” financed under IPA Adriatic CBC Programme (European Commission Program). Nov. 2009 – Nov. 2010 Capacity Building Project for the Local Authorities in Kelmend and Shkrel, Shkoder Region – funded by the Royal Embassy of Netherlands in Tirana Dec 07 – Dec 2008 Capacity Building for the Local Authorities in Commune of Bushat (Shkoder – Albania) – funded by the Royal Embassy of Netherlands in Tirana. These experiences have allowed the development of the capacity to manage complex projects, to evaluate public policies and to manage partnerships and cross-border networks Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project PfD will participate to the project’s joint implementation by identifying bodies and contact persons (Steering Committee and Partner Operations Team), sharing and validating procedures and tools for project management. PfD competences and skills will contribute to achieve the project’s objective through:31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 11 of 89
    • organization and management of local communication actions; data collection aimed at context analysis, meetings organization, and public consultations on the territory, relations with the stakeholders; identification of the characteristics, needs and expectations of the territory with reference to the contents and IT application; participation of referees for the animation activities of the platform with reference to the actors of the territory and for the information and contacts / relationships with local actors; support for the identification of ideas/projects/patents and organization of business speed date. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results • Preparation, organization, implementation and management of projects, studies and analyses on economic, social, environmental and cultural development; • Technical and financial assistance, consultancies and capacity building to public and private administration at central, regional and local level; • Promote the establishment of links, cooperation, twining and sustainable partnership relations for development between institutions and various private and public subjects also with other Countries or regions; • Support and realization of lobbing activities for the stimulation of Albanians development; • Combination of the technical aspects with that of advocacy offering to decision makers alternative policies but in the same time promoting the participation of stakeholders and larger public in discussion, preparation, implementation and monitoring the envisaged policies. PfD services, opinions and recommendations are highly demanded in the country.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 12 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Agronomski I prehrambeno-tehnološki fakultet, Sveucilište u Mostaru national original language Institution name in Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology, University of Mostar English language Legal status Public Body "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Biskupa Cule bb, 88000 code City Mostar Country BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA NUTS II - III o equiv. Mostar Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Stanko Ivankovic Person Function Dean Contact person Name/surname Stanko Ivankovic Function Dean Street, Number Biskupa Cule bb Postal code 88000 City Mostar Ph. Num. +387/63-372-724 Fax +387/36-337-105 E-mail agronomski.fakultet@sve-mo.ba Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code BA393380604811081508 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 191.500,00 EU co-financing 162.775,00 National co-financing 28.725,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results: the faculty of Agriculture is developing its activities of research. The research staff is composed by 6 professors with a PhD, 7 with the title Masters of Science and an increasing number of young researchers. Among the faculty associates we have 67 people with a PhD and 5 with the title Masters of Science. The intensive activity of research has produced important results at the international level which are evident in published scientific papers, in creating a development strategy for agriculture in some cantons, organizing symposia for farmers and businesses (for example the standardization in the production of autochthonous cheeses), the conservation of plant genetic resources, cooperation with agricultural associations. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects - “Plant Health and Genetic Resources in South East Europe”, Norwegian – South Eastern Europe Program. 2006-2009 - “Reorientation of academic education in agriculture of south-east Europe – development of teaching programs in animal science and animal farming“(Project 7.)”. Program: „Institutional cooperation between Agriculture, Forestry and Medicine Faculties in Norway, B&H, Croatia and Montenegro“, 2006-2009. - “Mineral improved crop production for human and animal health in Balkan Countries”, 2010-2013 Balkan-HERD program. Cooperation between Norwegian, B&H, Croatia, Kosovo and Serbia - Tempus project “Structural Preparation of B&H Universities for Academic European Integration through Modular Structure” in 2006. (SM SCM-CO17A06-2006) - “Building the European Food Science Education”; Tempus (JEP_40035_2005) 2007 – 2009 The experiences contribute to ensure a sound capacity in cooperation and knowledge management in the field of research. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project Researchers and University departments will be among the main users of the services of the platform. The contribution of teachers and researchers will therefore be crucial for the optimal definition of the requirements and specifications of the platform and services to be provided. In addition, the contribution of the University will be essential for dissemination of NEXT within the scientific community and professional of Bosnia Herzegovina.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 13 of 89
    • Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results The Faculty of Agriculture is characterized by the abilities and skills mentioned above gained through the management of research projects at the international level. Facilities and human resources of the university, therefore, are the best asset for ensure a wide and contribution to the specific tasks which provide the involvement of Universities and Researcher Communities.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 14 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Grad Šibenik national original language Institution name in City of Šibenik English language Legal status Public Body "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Trg palih branitelja Domovinskog rata 1, 22000 code City Šibenik Country CROATIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Šibenik -Knin Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Ante Županovic Person Function Major Contact person Name/surname Peter Misura Function Head of the Department of Economy, Enterprises and Development Street, Number Trg palih branitelja Domovinskog rata 1 Postal code 22000 City Šibenik Ph. Num. +385 22 431 069; +385 91 3663 022 Fax +385 22 431 099 E-mail petar.misura@sibenik.hr Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code ME25520420000000081119 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 381.500,00 EU co-financing 324.275,00 National co-financing 57.225,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) The City of Šibenik has 80 employes,annual budget is 25,3 million EUR. Department of Economics, Enterprise and Development will be responsible for the project, Dep.has competence and experience with all technical conditions for the NEXT project. Business Zone PODI Šibenik Infrastructure (2007-2008), largest commercial zone in Dalmatia in the plan for first large solar power plant in Croatia, Regional waste Management centre Bikarac (2008-2009)ISPA fund, first and only Croatia waste center according EU standards. In the City there is a college for Tourism, as well as the maritime innovation center INAVIS that will soon become technology park. Foundation of the university is planned, with study programs for ecology and energetics. Šibenik is also the leading croatian city for electricity production from renewable sources. Science institutions in the city area together with the entrepreneurs and the protected natural enviroment, to be preserved, is the city contribution in this project. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects The City of Šibenik doesnt have a specific experience in CBC projects, but has managed several international projects to create a complex system of infrastructures for economic and technological development of the area. The implementation of these ambicious investment programs has increased capabilities and in the Department of Economics, Enterprise and Development of Municipality of Šibenik The realization of the "Business Incubator" inside the "Business Zone Podi" and specially of "iNavis" the maritime innovation center in Šibenik resulted in the achievement of high level managerial skills necessary to manage complex systems of relationship between stakeholders and private and publi institutions at national and international level. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project The City of Šibenik represents, for the quantity and quality of results in the field of innovation and economic development a real "best practice" for the beneficiary partners involved in the Next project. The experience in the field of innovation and related services can add a real value to the Next project both in designing the advanced services for innovation and technology transfer and also creating the basis for the immediate availability of the Next collaborative platform through the integration of its services and tools within the initiatives already in place in Šibenik s territory.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 15 of 89
    • Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results The Department of Economics, Enterprise and Development of Municipality of Šibenik. will provide project expertise, products and results of its previous and current activity regarding the business development, the internalization of business and the implementation of consulting and marketing services for the Croatian SMEs . Therefore the contribution of City of Šibenik will be very effective in concept and design of the platform architecture for taking into account the different needs of the potential users: 1) research Centres, technology transfer Centres and universities, 2) researchers, 3) enterprises and other stakeholders (e.g. Chambers of Commerce, Development Agencies, professional associations) with the aim to promote at all levels the connection between research and industry. Moreover Šibenik will play a very important role to involve local, regional and national stakeholders in the project deployment activities.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 16 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Keshilli i Qarkut Shkoder national original language Institution name in Regional Council of Shkodra English language Legal status Public Body "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Rruga “28 Nentori”, 4001-4007 code City Shkoder Country ALBANIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Shkodër Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Maxhid Cungu Person Function President Contact person Name/surname Etleva Papleka Function Director Street, Number Rruga “28 Nentori” Postal code 4001-4007 City Shkoder Ph. Num. 00355673114352 Fax 0035522242741 E-mail paplekaj@gmail.com Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code AL81206510170000600820000009 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 210.000,00 EU co-financing 178.500,00 National co-financing 31.500,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) Regional Council of Shkodra is a second level unit of local government. Its functions are based on law 8652, date 31.07.2000. The institution is composed of a political decision making level- Regional Council - and a technical level - Administration of Regional Council. The Regional Council is divided into the following operative structures: - Office of External Relations - Directorate of Public Procurement - Programming & Development - Department of Finance and Budget - Department of Urban Planning - Director of the human resources and legal bureau - Directory of services - Department of drafting and project monitoring - Land Protection Inspectorate The total human resources involved in administrative and technical activities is about 100 persons. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects NPPA INTERREG-CARDS-PHARE: R.O.S.A. Project The goal of the project is promotion of the creation of a network of key players in local development, promotion of innovation and trade fair events in order to establish an integrated operative model of skills and know-how for the promotion of innovative new enterprises, supporting them from the pre-seed stage through to consolidation on the market. The model, known as “Fiera dell’Adriatico”, hinges upon trade fair facilities viewed as multipurpose centres in which events are integrated with services for enterprise such as the “Cittadella dell’Economia” (Citadel of the Economy) in Campobasso and the “Cittadella delle imprese” (Citadel of Enterprise) in Taranto. This innovative formula is intended to attract the involvement of entrepreneurs in all participating towns and provide a landmark for exchanging skills and know-how for businesspeople in the participating towns.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 17 of 89
    • Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project The main contribution of the Region in the project framework is related in activities of supporting in reaching the project goals on following topics: - Technology Transfer actions: support for partnerships between SMEs, investors and researchers to facilitate the innovation process and spin-off creation. - Actions for identification of potential spin-offs, evaluation and selection for financial and technical support in the regional area. - Defining the methodology for the technology transfer actions and setting up of network tools - Matchmaking of technology needs and research results. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results The region gained local experience working with institutional academy bodies building local networks among organizations that support business development and spin-off creation to facilitate an interactive technology transfer as well as the dissemination of innovative practices and know-how. Next challenge is related to the new and innovative tools able to put into action transfer technology actions such as: - web-site software interactive–portal - Strengthening of public-private cooperation (economic operators, chambers of commerce, clusters, Technology Transfer Center, Industrial Network, Venture Capitalist, ecc) by creating a new technology transfer system-brokerage model to increase the critical mass for the SMEs in terms of innovation and productivity growth and by creating mechanisms for crossborder match-making The regional Know-how will contribute to strengthen the dissemination processes of innovative technologies and improving links between businesses and research.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 18 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Univerzitet Donja Gorica, Fakultet za informacione sisteme i tenologije national original language Institution name in University of Donja Gorica, Faculty of Information Systems and English language Technologies Legal status Non profit private organization "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Donja Gorica bb, 81000 code City Podgorica Country MONTENEGRO NUTS II - III o equiv. Podgorica Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Veselin Vukotic Person Function rector Contact person Name/surname Sandra Tinaj Function manager Street, Number Donja Gorica bb Postal code 81100 City Podgorica Ph. Num. +38220410777 Fax +38220410766 E-mail Sandra.tinaj@udg.edu.me Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code ME25520420000000081119 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 191.500,00 EU co-financing 162.775,00 National co-financing 28.725,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) University of Donja Gorica has the total of 75 employees, consisting of 35 professors, 28 associates, and 12 administrative staff. In terms of technical conditions UDG has a new integral building with area of 16000 m2, five large amphitheaters that can seat up to 300 people each with all the accompanying equipment (projectors, monitors, computers, speakers, microphones), several smaller classrooms, large computer rooms and in addition a mobile computer lab (Apple Lab), library, cafeteria, gallery, offices, and areas suitable for large and small meetings and conferences. Faculty of International Economics, Finance and Business, has extensive international cooperation experience with other universities and with numerous partners in the industry sector through either education or implementation of several international projects. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects The University of Donja Gorica doesnt have a specific experience in CBC projects, but has managed several international projects in the TEMPUS programme which supports the modernization of higher education in the EUs surrounding area. Through these projects the University has established a sustainable Montenegro University-Enterprise partnerships targeting competency based training and business development (developing the relationship between university and enterprises in the context of lifelong learning). With an other recent project "Strategic piloting with South East Europan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, the University has improved skills and knowledge in the management of networks between universities and enterprises. Capacity, expertise, and skills achieved in implementing the above projects are hallmarks of the University contribution to a project that focuses on knowledge management. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project The contribution of teachers and researchers of University of Donja Gorica will therefore be crucial for the project development and sustainibility. At operational level the Beneficiary will ensure the optimal definition of the requirements and specifications of the platform and services to be provided. At a strategic level the University will contribute to create a research community integrated and advanced in the territory, in order to develop more dynamic processes of generation of innovation and to establish networks of innovators in open31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 19 of 89
    • multiple stakeholders, at local and international level. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results The University of Donja Gorica will provide project expertise, products and results of previous projects carried out in the field of international exploitation of knowledge networks to enhance the awareness of university-enterprise partnership in society at large. Moreover the contribution of management of the University will be very important to involve local, regional and national stakeholders in the project deployment activities and also to build a sustainable network with enterprises, professional associations, financial institutions as well as Business Incubators, other universities and the Network of Regional and Local business Center.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 20 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Asocijacijaza ekonomski razvoj REDAH national original language Institution name in Association for Economic Development REDAH English language Legal status Body governed by public law "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Bulevar narodne revolucije 17, 88000 code City Mostar Country BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA NUTS II - III o equiv. Mostar Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Ivan Jurilj Person Function Executive Director Contact person Name/surname Ivan Jurilj Function Executive Director Street, Number Bulevar narodne revolucije 17 Postal code 88000 City Mostar Ph. Num. ++387 36 557 210 Fax ++387 36 557 211 E-mail info@redah.ba;redah@redah.ba Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code BA 4910903033 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 142.000,00 EU co-financing 120.700,00 National co-financing 21.300,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) The Regional Economic Development Association for Herzegovina REDAH is a non-government, non- profit and independent agency founded by the regional economic development entities for the purpose of promoting, coordinating, planning and implementing development activities in the region. The work of the Agency is based on the partnership between public, private and non-government sector. The organizational structure of REDAH is hierarchically structured in General Assembly (34 members), Management Board (9 members) and executive professional staff divided into 5 departments: Director Administration and finance; Strategy, policy, planning; Operations; SME-Investment promotion; Centre for rural and agriculture. REDAH has 13 employees with university degree and fluent in English and/or German/Italian language. REDAH has 3 offices located in Mostar with all necessary equipment as computers, laptops, printers, photocopies, video projector, cars etc. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects REDAH has implemented a number of activities among which the those most important ones are: - Partner in the project Promotion of Rural Tourism in Cross Border Area between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina - Partner in TEMPUS Project Western Balkan Rural Extension Network through Curriculum Reform - Partner to UCODEP in the project Protection and Valorisation of Traditional Agricultural Product in Herzegovina - Implementation of the Creation of Trebižat Heritage Trails: HEART OF HERZEGOVINA, the project under Call VI EU Support to Economic Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina (LOT 2: TOURISM DEVELOPMENT); - Implementation of CREDO Herzegovina (Competitive Regional Economic Development in Herzegovina) These experiences allow REDAH to support the implementation of NEXT project and strongly contribute to a qualitative cooperation. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project REDAH is constantly committed to achieve open dialogue with local stakeholders and a participatory work methods, enabling local stakeholders and clients/beneficiaries to express their real needs and demands in order to shape them in accordance with EU standards and development principles. REDAH has been active in creating systemic support31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 21 of 89
    • throughout the Region and extensively analysed the types of measures needed for regional growth. REDAH has already established instruments based on the needs related to information, skills and knowledge, business and infrastructure. REDAH is committed to a strategic approach to economic development in Herzegovina: each action has been designed as a response to a specific need identified in the Region. Such working policy, that is embedded in REDAHs organizational structure, creates solid grounds for the implementation of NEXT in Herzegovina, which is also driven by solutions that derive from public consensus and aims to solve concrete issues. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results From the very beginning, REDAH put emphasis on continuous education of its employees. In this way human resources enhance their capacity to solve problems. REDAH has 13 employees and all of them are highly educated with long-time working experience in projects implementation and management. Among other, REDAH staff has the following certificates: • International Certificate on Project Cycle Management, • Certificate on Strategic Project Planning and Marketing Strategy, on EU Integration Processes and Access to Funds, on Public Advocacy-lobbying, on Interactive Communication, on Negotiation Skills, on Voucher Scheme at national and Regional Level, on Developing Feasibility Study and Cost Benefit Analysis for Investment Projects, on Training, on Cost Benefit Analysis on Financial Operation and Analysis, on Enterprises Diagnosis, on Internal Auditor for Quality System Manager, etc.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 22 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Privredna komora Crne Gore national original language Institution name in Chamber of Economy of Montenegro English language Legal status Body governed by public law "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Novaka Miloseva 29/II, 81000 code City Podgorica Country MONTENEGRO NUTS II - III o equiv. Podgorica Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Pavle D.Radovanovic Person Function Secretary General Contact person Name/surname Pavle D.Radovanovic Function Secretary General Street, Number Novaka Miloseva 29/II Postal code 81000 City Podgorica Ph. Num. +382 20 230 545 Fax +382 20 230 493 E-mail pkcg@pkcg.org Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code ME25520420000020740082 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 191.500,00 EU co-financing 162.775,00 National co-financing 28.725,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information): Chamber of Economy of Montenegro is business association with rich tradition, independent, professional, creative, inventive and above all authoritative, and represents interests of all businessmen for the economic and overall development of Montenegro. It has 62 employees, out of which is more than 70% with faculty education. The Chamber acts in accordance with the Law on the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro that has been introduced in 1998. Membership in Chamber is obligatory and all companies registered with Commercial Court are members of the Chamber. The Chamber is financed from membership fees, revenues from services and other sources according to the law. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects Chamber has successfully performed numerous projects that present common themes and aims with the project Next with international partners, such as: Implementation of QMS and EMS in Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina with partners from those countries and Slovakia; Acquis Transfer Montenegro with East Flanders Chamber of Commerce VOKA; AdrIon Tour project that is initiated by Adriatic Ionian Chambers Forum with partners from Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania and Greece. In July 2011 Chamber of Economy of Montenegro has applied as a partner in 4 project proposals within 2nd Call for proposals IPA CBC Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro so our institutions has developed a sound experience and competence in the joint implementation and management of IPA CBC Projects. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project The Chamber of Economy of Montenegro will contribute actively to the achievement of the Next projects goals trying to raise the innovation potentials of the area, focusing on the identification of clients’ needs/potentials for the innovation. The istitutional role of the Chamber will permit to the "Next" platform and to its services to become a focal point both to dissemination of information regarding innovation-related policies, legislation, the support programs both for the provision of brokerage services for technology and knowledge transfer, as well as stimulation of the capacity of companies to innovate.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 23 of 89
    • Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results Chamber has more than 80 years of experience in connecting national and international economies. Some of the basic activities of the Chamber that represents it’s competences and capacities are: achievement and improvement of the shared interests of its members; participating in drafting corporate and system laws and measures and economic policy measures; representing the shared interests of its members, before state authorities and the Trade Unions; delivering professional support to the Chamber’s members, especially in linking the economy with the science through introducing new technologies; arranging seminars and specialized courses; organizing the activities in the area of economic relations with foreign countries that relate to the promotion of goods and services, economic advertisements, fairs arrangements, foreign trade network development, realization of foreign trade transactions, it cooperates with chambers, companies and corresponding institutions abroad.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 24 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Istarska razvojna agencija national original language Institution name in Istrian Development Agency English language Legal status Body governed by public law "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Mletacka 12/IV, 52100 code City Pula Country CROATIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Istra Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Darko Lorencin Person Function CEO Contact person Name/surname Darko Lorencin Function CEO Street, Number Mletacka 12/IV Postal code 52100 City Pula Ph. Num. 00385(52)381900 Fax 00385(52)381905 E-mail darko.lorencin@ida.hr Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code HR9324070001118013783 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 221.500,00 EU co-financing 188.275,00 National co-financing 33.225,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) The Istrian Development Agency (IDA) Ltd. was founded by the Istrian Region and its 9 towns on December 14th 1999 as an operational body entrusted with the implementation of development programmes in the Istrian Region. It is a self- sustainable agency (project financed). IDA has equity of 2.300.000 EUR and total assets in the value of 4.616.159 EUR. Its head office is located in the centre of Pula and all the offices are equipped with standard equipment such as computers, printers, faxes, etc. IDA has 12 full-time employees- 1 with PhD degree, 2 with mr.sc. degree and 9 with degree of university education. The work is organised in departments covering: credit guarantee scheme (in cooperation with EIB), coordination of 26 business zones in the region, international cooperation and implementation of EU funded projects, research and innovation activities within Metris research centre. The staff is continuously trained for generation and implementation of IDA` activities. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects IDA was involved in many projects: such as: INTERREG III B CADSES: GO NETWORK (2003 – 2006), I-log (2004 – 2005), REDECON (CARDS 2004) - (2006 – 2008); INTERREG III A: LO.DE (2004-2005), GALILEO (2004-2005); INTERREG III A Neighborhood Programme Slovenia-Hungary-Croatia: SLO-HR-RA (2005 – 2006), SLOHRA ZONET (PHARE 2005) – (2007 – 2008)); INTERREG ADRIATICO: AsviLoc (CARDS 2004) – (2007 - 2008); INTERREG III A, PHARE 2006: MET.R.IS. (2008 –2009); Currently IDA is involved in 8 projects: SOUTH EAST EUROPE: AsviLoc Plus (2009 – 2012), CitySEC (IEE); IPA ADRIATIC: METRIS PLUS and ADRIATIC ECONOMIC CLUSTER CLUB (2011-2014), IPA IV: ReSNet (2011-2012), IPA II CBC Croatia-Slovenia: INTERINO, MLADIEKOIN, SLOHRA GLOBALNET (2011-2014). These experiences made IDA in condition to implement the activities and project obligations. Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project The IDAs experience with the establishment and operation of the research center METRIS, will allow the Istrian Agency to transfer and amplify the scope of the results obtained in the field of innovation, research and technological development, adding value and quality to the project, contributing at a better designing of of the collaboration platform and its services.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 25 of 89
    • Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results IDA is an operational body entrusted with the implementation of development programmes of the Region of Istria. Its primary role lies in the stimulation of the development of small and medium-sized trade in the Region of Istria through securing financial support, holding educational courses, developing entrepreneurial infrastructure, providing information and consultations services to entrepreneurs, offering services to prospective foreign investors, and implementing different interregional and international projects aimed at creating favourable entrepreneurial conditions. In one of the latest biggest EU projects IDA constructed and equipped Research Centre for Metal - METRIS. The establishment of the new Centre for technological and innovation development boosted the cooperation between clusters, scientific and academic institutions and private companies. Therefore IDA has great competence in implementing the proposed project activities.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 26 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in Regionalna agencija za ekonomski razvoj Šumadije i Pomoravlja national original language Institution name in Regional Economic Development Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje English language Legal status Body governed by public law "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal Kralja Petra I 22, 34000 code City Kragujevac Country SERBIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Serbia Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Jasminka Lukovic Jaglicic Person Function Director Contact person Name/surname Jasminka Lukovic Jaglicic Function Director Street, Number Kralja Petra I 22 Postal code 34000 City Kragujevac Ph. Num. +381 34 302 702 Fax +381 302 706 E-mail officekg@redasp.rs Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code RS35165000202440590263 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 100.000,00 EU co-financing 85.000,00 National co-financing 15.000,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) REDASP has 15 permanent staff, out of which 13 have a VII grade university degree. The Agency has modern computer equipment and 3 cars. The annual budget for 2011 is 320.000 EUR. Year of establishment/status changes: - 15.05.2002. Regional Agency for SME development - 16.09.2004. Regional Agency for economic development of Sumadija and Pomoravlje Founders: Eleven municipalities form the Šumadija and Pomoravlje region, Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1 bank, 2 entrepreneurs’ associations and two NGOs Mission: Stimulation of economic and social development of Sumadija and Pomoravlje REDASP is certified by ISO 9001 quality standard. REDASP has significant experience in implementation of projects financed by national and international institutions. It implemented more than 30 projects, with a total value close to 9.000.000 EUR. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects REDASP has implemented projects in the following development priorities: rural development 5; Tourism development 2; Territorial development 3; SME development 15; Human resource development 9; Institutional capacity building 3 ; Strategic planning 2. The projects were financed by a great number of international institutions active in Serbia :Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, Italian Government, South-Moravian region, Czech Republic, Government of Netherlands,OSCE,E.A.R.,UNDP, USAID, Germany Embassy, British Embassy. In CBC 2 programmes can be pointed out on national and international level: PRICES - The integrated project to support regional cooperation with the Western Balkan Countries and SeeNet 2 - trans- local network for the cooperation between Italy and South-Eastern Europe31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 27 of 89
    • Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project Promotion and dissemination activities, organization of promotional and awareness events in the region, contribution to the establishment of the local network for innovation support, valorisation of the excellences of the territory involved, activities for the establishment of closer relations among RTTCs and companies, support to involve companies in business speed date, research to implement policies oriented to action-research activities. Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results The Regional Agency implemented more than 30 projects, with a total value close to 9.000.000 EUR, financed mainly by international donors. REDASP has a deep know-how in project implementation, with experience as lead partner in important projects. Also, REDASP has 15 permanent staff, out of which 13 have VII grade university degree and great experience in project cycle management. REDASP provides strong methodologies and instruments for the purpose of promoting, coordinating, planning and implementing development activities in the region.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 28 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Final Beneficiary Institution Institution name in REGIONE PUGLIA – Area Sviluppo Economico – Servizio Ricerca e national original language Competitività Institution name in Puglia Region – Economic Development Department – Research and English language competitiveness unit Legal status Public Body "de minimis" condition No Address Street, Number, Postal C.so Sonnino, 177 , 70121 code City Bari Country ITALY NUTS II - III o equiv. Puglia - Bari Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Nicola Vendola Person Function President Contact person Name/surname Adriana Agrimi Function Permanent employee Street, Number C.so Sonnino, 177 Postal code 70121 City Bari Ph. Num. 0039080/5406922 Fax 0039080/5406927 E-mail a.agrimi@regione.puglia.it Beneficiary financial details IBAN Code IT25G0101004197000040000001 Swift Code CUP Code Total budget 140.680,00 EU co-financing 119.578,00 National co-financing 21.102,00 Additional public/private 0,00 funding (where required) Beneficiary organization (human resources, equipment, budget, other important information) In the Puglia Region Authority the Department for Politics for Economic Development and Innovation represent a major player in the implementation of politics for technological innovation of SMEs, business development and research. With more than 100 officer and administrator in the recent years the department has managed regional resources for research, innovation and information society policies 2007 – 2013 . It has suitable and experienced staff members in the management of cooperation projects and in the implementation of the specific activities envisaged in the project. Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects Puglia Region adopted a specific strategy for regional innovation policies with the aim of supporting and promoting research, innovation, ICT infrastructure and services. By means of the regional agency for Technology and Innovation and the in-house companies InnovaPuglia and PugliaSviluppo SPA the Regione Puglia has gained experience in innovating deeply the modalities of interaction between local administrations, citizens and regional enterprises. Management of Community Programmes and Participation, as leading partner or partner, in projects held in the various editions of the Interreg Programme. Among the main cooperation projects, relative to the past Interreg Adriatic edition, the following are worth mentioning: ITESA, MIs. 2.3 of the previous edition; AMAMO Mis. 2.2;AGROKOVAR, Mis. 2.1; AGRONET-IPA Adriatic CBC -1st call for proposals- priority 1.Economic, Social and Institutional Cooperation; measure 1.2- Financial support for innovative SMEs- project in progress Contribution of the Beneficiary to the project Through the facilities involved in the project (Ministry of Economic Development Services, Research and Competitiveness), the Puglia Region will provide a qualified contribution to the achievement of project objectives. The institutional role and the various set of activities and previous initiatives implemented in the innovation and technology transfer field, will increase the value and scope of the results of the NEXT project and will make it one of the major elements in the strategy of the Adriatic cooperation in innovation and transfer technological Competences, capacity and know how of the Beneficiary in implementing project activities and results31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 29 of 89
    • Due to the significant participation to European and International programs booth as managing and beneficiary actor Regione Puglia gained extensive experience and know how in managing project activities for effective achieved results. Also by means of executive agencies and in house company Regione Puglia received several prices due to the quality and good functionality of the implemented project. Human capacities and resource competences will be allocated for the project development selecting among the other suitable expertise with the aim of strengthening research and innovation to facilitate development of the Adriatic area through economic, social and institutional cooperation.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 30 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Associate Institution Institution name in AGJENCIA E ZHVILLIMIT TE ZONAVE MALORE national original language Institution name in MOUNTAIN AREA DEVELOPMENT AGENCY English language Legal status Body governed by public law Address Street, Number, Postal Rr. “Shinasi Deshnica”, No. 100; , 1001 code City Tirana Country ALBANIA NUTS II - III o equiv. Tiranë Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Shkelzen Marku Person Function Executive Director Contact person Name/surname Roland Bardhi Function Manager of Policies &Regional Development Department Street, Number Rr. “Shinasi Deshnica”, No. 100 Postal code 1001 City Tirana Ph. Num. +355 4 26 75 44 Fax +355 4 26 75 42 E-mail mada@redeval.org Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects • Mountain Area Development Programme (2001-2007, funded by IFAD, DFID, GoA, SNV); • Facility to Farmers Access to Markets (2005-2007, funded by Italian Cooperation); • Sustainable Development in Rural Mountain Areas Programme (2007-continuing, funded by IFAD, OFID, GoA) • Mountain to Markets Programme ( started in 2009, expected to be finished in 2013, funded by IFAD, GoA) • ADRIlinks - EU Adriatic Neighborhood Programme (2007-2008, funded by EC) • Several smaller programmes in partnership with other organizations (FERT, SNV, etc.) Contribution of the Associate to the project activities In consideration of its specific mission of economic development of mountain and marginalized areas of Albania, MADA will play a very important role of project’s results capitalization within other Albanian areas not directly covered by the NEXT project activities and results. In addition, MADA can support the NEXT partnership with its longdated experience in capacity building of local actors, including business, offering financial and technical support for the realization of studies and applicative researches for the development of different sectors of interest and identification, testing and demonstration/transfer of technologies of innovative approaches. Added value from the partecipation of the Associate MADA experiences and competences can support the Project’s partnership in setting out the following main activities: - to implement and manage a list of the main Albanian research institutes and university’s spin-offs (NEXT open book) - providing data and information about R&D trends in Albania (NEXT trend) - supporting marketing and promotional activities aimed to sustain business development, particularly for SME, in the sectors of R&D and innovation (NEXT box / NEXT – Investment booster) - to contribute in setting out of NEXT – Outlook and of NEXT – Suite, feasibility study.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 31 of 89
    • Beneficiary role Associate Institution Institution name in Agenzia nazionale per l’attrazione degli investimenti e lo sviluppo national original language d’impresa - INVITALIA S.p.a. Institution name in Italian National Agency for invar investments and business development English language – INVITALIA S.p.a. Legal status Body governed by public law Address Street, Number, Postal Via Pietro Boccanelli, 30 , 00138 code City Rome Country ITALY NUTS II - III o equiv. Other [art. 97 reg (EC) 718/2007] - Italy Legal representative / Authorized Name/surname Domenico Arcuri Person Function Managing Director Contact person Name/surname Fabrizio Costa Function Programmazione Comunitaria Street, Number Via Pietro Boccanelli, 30 Postal code 00138 City Rome Ph. Num. +39 06 42160217 Fax +39 06 42160753 E-mail fcosta@invitalia.it Description of previous (and current) experiences in CBC and international projects INVITALIA is the national agency of the Italian Ministry for economic development in charge for investments attraction and business development. Through its business unit “Programmazione Comunitaria”, Invitalia supports different ministries and regional authorities to set out and implement programs under the framework of the European cohesion policy: - National operational program “Research and Competitiveness” FESR 2007/13 - Interregional operational program “Renewable energies and energy saving” FESR 2007/13 - Interregional operational program “Cultural, natural heritage and tourism enhancement” FESR 2007/13 In the context of the international projects, Invitalia managed the following main initiatives: - Project B4U (IST-FP5) aimed at providing services to SMEs in the Mediterranean area - Project “Integration of Former Military into the civil Society” (TACIS) - MED PRIDE - Mediterranean Project for Innovation Development (Eumedis MEDA Program) Contribution of the Associate to the project activities INVITALIA has a wide expertise in fostering and sustaining business development and enterprise creation particularly in the sectors of research, innovation and ICT. In these matters,INVITALIA manages different grant levers and operational activities addressed to the innovation and competitiveness enhancement of SMEs. Said expertises allows Invitalia to support the Project’s partnership in setting out the following main activities: -to select national and international events to ensure a joint participation -to implement and manage a list of the main Italian research institutes and university’s spin-offs (NEXT open book) -providing data and information about R&D trends in the different Italian regions (NEXT trend) -supporting marketing and promotional activities aimed to sustain business development, particularly for SME, in the sectors of R&D and innovation (NEXT box / NEXT-Investment booster) -to contribute in setting out of NEXT – Outlook and of NEXT – Suite, feasibility study Added value from the partecipation of the Associate Invitalia will contribute to the sustainability of the NEXT project through the promotion of the results at Italian and European level, by strengthening of contacts with actors and networks operating in support of research and technology transfer as well as by improving the project connections with the innovation policy (e.g. Operational Programmes co-financed by the ERDF) with the aim of stabilizing the results of the collaborative NEXT platform.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 32 of 89
    • Work package WP 0 Title Project Preparation Description The WP of Project preparation includes all those activities aimed at: specifically conceiving the project, identifying and engaging the partners who show interest in it and are the most suitable to implement the project activities, defining the objectives to be achieved, and collecting the documentation required to submit the proposal. All partners are involved. Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 0.1 07/2011 09/2012 5.200,00 This action is intended Lead Beneficiary and Marche-Ancona and to build an effective Partner n.3: promotion Istria project partnership, of the project idea, through the adoption of context analysis, and involvement and partners involvement selection methods that take into account the necessary purpose, skills and knowledge which are coherent with the objectives and content of the project idea. In details: - Elaboration of a Project concept note by the Lead partner; - Dissemination and sharing of the concept note to those partners "identified" as a potential candidates and feedback gathering - Definition of agreements for the planning activities 0.2 10/2011 09/2012 24.920,00 The action includes all All partners: Marche-Ancona, those activities leading participation in drafting Sibenik -Knin, Istria, to the definition of the the AF and attached Podgorica, Shkoder, cross-border documentation Mostar, Tirana, Bari, cooperation project. Serbia Specifically: - studies of the policies and programmatic documents referred to the IPA Adriatic Programme for Technological Transfer (TT) activities and economic development, implemented by the UE; - analysis of networking projects concerning TT and economic development, funded by EU resources; - drafting and formalisation of the project idea; - setting up a benchmark analysis with the aim to assess the project’s strengths and weaknesses; - setting up the partnership structure, able to ensure the full achievement of the project’s objectives; - drafting the preliminary and final project.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 33 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 0.3 10/2011 09/2012 0,00 This action foresees Lead Beneficiary: Marche-Ancona the gathering of all the submission of proposal useful and detailed information to submit the Project Proposal Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 2/11/2011 Project Concept Notes All beneficiaries n. project concept: 1 Project draft completed, shared and approved n. application form by partners completed: 1 Application Form completed and submitted in accordance to IPA MAs rules Total amount 30.120,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 34 of 89
    • WP 1 Title Crossborder Project Management and Coordination Description The Work Package includes all the actions related to the management of the project, the coordination of the Work Packages, the collection and dissemination of management and financial information, the preparation of contractual documents and reports related to the project management, the conduction of financial surveys and audits, the financial settlements, banking activities, and the financial reporting. The management tasks will be carried out essentially by the Office of the Program Manager (PMO) as the coordinator of the project, under the control and supervision of the project Steering Committee. Daily management is assured by the PMO in joint cooperation with Partner Operation Offices (POT). The objective of this work package is to ensure that the project meets its objectives within scheduled budget and timescales. Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 1.1 09/2012 09/2012 55.295,00 This action will be All partners: bodies Marche-Ancona, entirely devoted to set and contact persons Sibenik -Knin, Istria, up the working identification Podgorica, Shkoder, structure of the Project. Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- Firstly, the core of the Bari, Serbia executive team, the Program Manager Office- PMO - (Project Manager, Financial Manager, Communication Manager, professional staff) will be set up by the Lead Beneficiary (Marche Region). Then PMO will establish communications with all the partnership members in order to set up the Partner Operation Offices (POT), managed by project assistants representatives of each partner, and will organize the project Kick-off meeting. The Kick-off meeting will nominate the Steering Committee and approve both the Project Organizational chart and the Regulations of the working structures. 1.2 09/2012 10/2012 13.480,00 Common working Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, methods will be defined documentation Sibenik -Knin, Istria, and shared for the preparation. Podgorica, Shkoder, management of the Other partners: sharing Mostar, Tirana, Puglia - project activities and a and validation Bari, Serbia detailed operational planning (Action Plan) will be elaborated with the support of the WBS methodology. Supporting tools to assist the Project Joint Implementation will also be shared. In particular, the Action involves the use of a project WIKI with the following advantages: easiness and intuitiveness of use, real time update, collaborative editing and registration and changes notification.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 35 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 1.3 10/2012 10/2012 10.010,00 This Action will identify Partners n.3, n.9 and Istria, Serbia and which quality standards n.10: documentation Tirana are relevant to the preparation project, in respect to Other partners: sharing different targets and and validation satisfaction. The quality planning will identify: • a statement of the requirements for several target groups • a detailed and measurable specifications statement • procedures and rules to manage risk assessments within the project All the above documents will be organized and collected in a Project Quality Plan, that will provide the necessary information to effectively manage the project quality from the project planning to its delivery. It will define the project quality policies, procedures, criteria for and areas of application, roles, responsibilities and authorities. 1.4 09/2012 04/2015 436.449,00 This Action refers to Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, the setting up and setting and Sibenik -Knin, Istria, customizing of the coordination. Podgorica, Shkoder, management All partners: Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- structures implemented elaboration of data and Bari, Serbia by all partners in order information within their to achieve the planned scope objectives. The partnership will control the collaborative tools and procedures to ensure the best relationship among the partners as well as the continuous monitoring of project activities: 1) Communications and information flow (meetings, mailing lists, internet working groups) 2) Project Progress Reports implementation every 6 months 3) Progress Report implementation (Activity report and Financial report) when necessary; 4) Audit Trial System implementation in order to keep track of and control the declared expenditures and relevant related documents.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 36 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 1.5 09/2012 04/2015 21.394,00 Tailor-made Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, procedures and tools setting, coordination Sibenik -Knin, Istria, will be defined to and documents Podgorica, Shkoder, monitor and evaluate preparation. All Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- the activities of the partners: elaboration of Bari, Serbia project, in relation to: data and information • monitoring progress within their scope reporting; analytic development of the project with respect to the schedule and the quantitative performance indicators, considering both the activities and the financial aspects; • self-evaluation reporting; quantitative and qualitative analysis of the performance in terms of efficiency, efficacy, impact, sustainability (“active” buy-out tools – questionnaires, interview grid – and “passive” information – elaboration of a series of reference indicators, etc.); • evaluation activity; project relevance, performance, efficiency and impact in relation to stated objectives. 1.6 09/2012 04/2013 19.640,00 The Action will focus Lead beneficiary and Marche-Ancona, on setting out the steps Partner n.2: Sibenik -Knin, Istria, to be followed in preparation of tender Podgorica, Shkoder, conducting an documentation and Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- appropriate contracting deal with contract Bari, Serbia process under EU procedures. Other regulations applied to partners: support and the IPA Programme: sharing - definition of the requirements of the contracting authority must be set out through a contract notice that indicates the relevant information to be submitted or the information may be sought by interested parties via a detailed questionnaire. - issuing the complete specifications and tender documents with an invitation to submit tenders only to those who have the required level of professional, technical and financial expertise and capacity. - defining evaluation procedures for the tenders and drafting contracts based on performance and results Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 37 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 09/2012 Project Organizational Chart Lead beneficiary n. Project bodies: 3 It refers to a detailed and documented graphical representation of the team to outline specific roles, duties and responsibilities of each working structure and other stakeholders participating in the NEXT project, and to formally and precisely define how they are expected to collaborate with each other throughout the course of the project implementation process. 09/2012 Kick off meeting All beneficiaries n. kick off meeting: 1 The Kick-off Meeting of the NEXT project aims to define the elements on which the project is based along with the project planning activities. Preliminary, the PMO will define and share with the partners the agenda of the meeting determining participants, objectives, topics and program. 10/2012 The Next Action Plan (AP) will set up the real Lead beneficiary n. action plan: 1 sequence of activities that shall be taken, through the Work Breakdown Structure methodology. The main purpose of WBS is to help the definition and organization of the scope of the overall project in a more accurate and specific manner. The Action Plan will be divided into three main areas: (1) Analysis of work packages planned in the initial project proposal and translation into specific and operational tasks selected in accordance to a hierarchical tree structure; (2) Allocation of resources: which specific funds are available for which specific activities. (3) Risk assessment. 10/2012 The Quality Plan (QP) identifies which Quality Partners n.3, n.9, n.10 n. quality control plan: Standards are relevant to the project and 1 determines how they can be met. It includes the implementation of Quality Events (peer reviews, checklist implementation) by using various Quality Materials (templates, standards, checklists) available within the project. The Quality Plan will describe: Documented Quality Management System. This refers to the existing Quality Procedures that have been standardized and used within the project. Document Control. This defines the control of Project Documents at each Project Phase. Nonconformance. This defines the procedures to handle any type of nonconformance work. Corrective Actions. This describes the procedures for taking Corrective Actions for the problems met during the project implementation. Quality Audits. An internal audit should be planned and implemented during each phase of the project. 04/2015 The Management Pack (MP) contains detailed All beneficiaries n. project Progress instructions to implement the above-mentioned Report:> or =5 procedures, including templates and tools to n. Final report: 1 help data gathering, the online submission of n. Progress Report per the Reports as well as the tools and support to partner:>or=10 keep track of and control the expenditures. The n. projects meeting: management Pack will also be available on the >or=7 project’s website.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 38 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 The Monitoring and Evaluation Plan will provide Lead beneficiary n. monitoring and operational indications regarding: evaluation plan: 1 -the scope of monitoring and n. interim evaluation evaluation—Specifying project objectives and Report:1 developing a conceptual framework that n. Final evaluation integrates the inputs, activities, outputs, results report: 1 and impact and establishes realistic expectations of the result of monitoring and evaluation. -the methodological approach—Determining monitoring and evaluation methods, including identification of output and result indicators, data source, and plans for data analysis. -the implementation plan of monitoring and evaluation—Defining activities, roles, responsibilities and a timetable with realistic expectations of when data will be analyzed and results will be available. A plan for disseminating and using the evaluation results—Determining who will translate the results into terms useful for program designers, managers, and decision- makers; how findings will be shared and used; and the implications for future monitoring and evaluation 04/2013 Tenders and contracts Lead beneficiary and partner n.2 N.Tenders: 2 N.Contracts: 2 Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 strengthening project management capacity of All beneficiaries % activities partners through the use of instruments and implemente procedures which can be used also in other contexts d on time: 100% real costs equal to planned costs output produced equal to output planned 04/2015 spread of the acquis communautaire among all beneficiaries re-use of Countries in the Adriatic area instruments and procedures within the internal organisation al processes of partners (internal reviews) Total amount 556.268,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 39 of 89
    • WP 2 Title Communication and Dissemination Description Communication activities will first of all enable a widespread knowledge of the project objectives and results in the territories involved, as well as of the opportunities offered by the IPA Adriatic Programme. Primarily, they will help to enhance the benefits of the participation in the collaborative platform NEXT as a means to support innovation and technology transfer in the Countries of the Adriatic area. Therefore, these activities will bring positive effects, stimulating and supporting all potential participants. It will be essential to implement an integrated communication strategy, meaning: • integration of different targets: project partners, players involved (RTTCs, researchers and enterprises), external stakeholders (institutional bodies, universities, enterprises, chambers of commerce, development agencies, etc.) and the general public; • Integration of communication tools and channels, focused on the characteristics of the specific targets and territories. The integration will in fact allow to involve the stakeholders in the multiplication of messages, enhancing the dissemination of project knowledge and the attention paid to the needs of the territories. Both traditional and web tools will be used, strongly identified and characterised thanks to a coordinated picture that ensures both the identification and visibility of the NEXT project, as well as the discernibility of the partners and the IPA Adriatic Programme in accordance with the requirements provided. Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 2.1 10/2012 02/2013 62.714,00 The Communication Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, Istria, plan will sustain the setting and Podgorica, Shkoder, project throughout the coordination. Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- life cycle, maximizing Partner n.5: Plan Bari, Serbia the impact of the elaboration. actions on the Other Partners: support reference territory. It and sharing will be structured in relation to: • the project phases: in the initial phase, the main task will be to promote the project among all the targets and stakeholders; in the implementation phase, it will be oriented to provide feedback to the project team. At the end, it will illustrate the results through targeted actions at both centralized and local level. • the different targets: it entails the identification of the correlations between information and interests of various targets, as well as the elaboration of the information through the most suitable tools for the type of targets.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 40 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 2.2 09/2012 02/2015 561.185,00 Marche: contracting Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, authority for the joint contracting authority for Sibenik -Knin, Istria, interventions in the the joint interventions Podgorica, Shkoder, area. All partners: in the area. All Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- organization and partners: organization Bari, Serbia management of local and management of actions in accordance local actions in with the accordance with the Communication plan, Communication plan, proposals to the proposals to the Steering Committee for Steering Committee for the participation in local the participation in local events / regional / events / regional / national / international national / international events and events and organization and organization and management of the management of the participation in the participation in the selected events, selected events, support to the support to the participation of participation of stakeholders to cross- stakeholders to cross- border events, border events, translations. Serbia translations. and Marche: including organizing and managing of cross- border conferences. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 01/2013 Communication Plan: the document states the Partner 5 n. communication and overall communications objectives, target dissemination plan: 1 groups, specific objectives for each target group, main activities and communication tools, indicators of achievement and human and financial resources. In order to prove the effectiveness of the implementation of the Communication Plan, evaluation analysis on the achievement of the foreseen objectives will be carried out based on a limited set of indicators for output and results (including also those described for this WP). 10/2012 The project website is an excellent promotional Partner 3 n. projects website: 1 tool, able to draw the attention of a wide number of target groups and the broad general public. The blog will contain relevant information about the project, its progress, contact information, project achievements and results. It will be regularly updated during the project lifetime. It will contain at least: link to the Programme website, title and summary of the project, names of all Final Beneficiaries, Programme logo and European flag, disclaimer, links to main EU websites related to research. 02/2015 Participation on local/national/international All beneficiaries n. participation on Events local/national/internatio nal Events:>or=2 2/2015 Events and press conferences. Local public All beneficiaries through both n. events and Press events (Workshops, seminars, visits, etc.) can contractor selected by tender and Conferences: >or=2 be useful not only to provide information but POT also to receive feedbacks from the audience. The events will be carefully planned defining aims, budget planning, setting dates, preparing the agenda, list of participants, structuring the development of the event, always respecting the publicity requirements. In combination with the territorial events press conferences will be organized for the mainstream and sectorial media, to amplify the message, press kits and information packs for media will be prepared31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 41 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 12/2012 Cross-border conferences: the first will be held Lead beneficiary and partner 4 n. projects Cross- 02/2015 in the initial phases and it aims to present the Border Conferences: 2 initiative to the greatest number of stakeholders in the area involved; the second, in the closure phase, shall ensure the effective dissemination of results and stimulate considerations on the capitalization modalities and the possible transferability of the system to other territories/ sectors. The events will be carefully planned defining aims, budget planning, setting dates, preparing the agenda, list of participants, structuring the development of the event, always respecting publicity requirements. The events will be linked with media communications (e.g. press releases, press conferences). 02/2015 Other information and promotion tools: twitter All beneficiaries through both n. other promotion and will be used for the exchange of knowledge and contractor selected by tender and dissemination tools: >5 information on events. A quarterly newsletter POT will follow the development of the project reporting information from the community and the blog. The elaboration of leaflets, brochures and of specific promotional items (e.g. banner) is also foreseen in order to spread the project key message effectively. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 widespread knowledge about the project and its All beneficiaries n. articles results at local / regional / national and international on level local/region al/national/in ternational press :>20 n.posts and articles on the web:>30 04/2015 Contribution to cooperation improvement, both in All beneficiaries n.participant quantitative and qualitative terms, by exchanging best s to practices, results development, etc. conferences and meetings: >500 n. stakeholder s involved in the project: >10 04/2015 increased interest in the platform and boost for active All beneficiaries n.accesses participation to the online platform:>50 0.000 Total amount 623.899,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 42 of 89
    • WP 3 Title Preparatory actions for the activation of the platform Description The actions developed under the WP will firstly aim to identify smart specializations of the different areas involved, in order to identify possible synergies and opportunities and to define priority scientific and technology areas for the co-operative platform; they will also be aimed at raising actors awareness on innovation in view of their involvement within the platform, and to detect needs and expectations on the services to be developed. These activities require a strong involvement and attention towards the stakeholders in building up a common "language" and perspective, and will also take into account the value of similar experiences already implemented at national / European level (e.g. QUESTIO Quality Evaluation in Science for Innovation and Technology Opportunity, which represents a mapping of the research and innovation centres, created by the Lombardy Region) or directly by the partners (see IKTIMED, a project funded by the MED Programme and led by the Marche Region to promote the Mediterranean small and medium-sized enterprises and the dialogue between the public research and private sector; Marche innovation portal which maps the skills of research and technological developments in the Marche region, by identifying the research and technology transfer structures, research and development projects carried out by enterprises and national and international patents of regional holders). Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 3.1 02/2013 08/2013 199.603,00 The action involves the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, acquisition of specific contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, knowledge useful to support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, guide subsequent actions. Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- actions and outputs, in All partners: data Bari, Serbia order for them to create collection aimed at and maximize context analysis, synergies and meetings organization opportunities in the and public area, and at the same consultations on the time, to be able to take territory, relations with into account the the stakeholders, specificities of the translation of the different territories. content of the data To achieve this aim we preparatory to the foresee: context analysis and to - An analysis of the the Reports. context in order to Partner n.3: emphasize, for each armonization of territory, the elements territorial report in a supporting the frame system of cross relationships within the border cooperation platform, to be area implemented through SWOT and cross analysis; - Organization of meetings, at least 2 per territory, with the actors of innovation to promote both consensus on the project and to gather requirements and expectations, according to a bottom- up logic.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 43 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 3.2 02/2013 02/2015 104.581,00 In order to increase the Lead Beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, visibility of the potential contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, and opportunities support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, offered by the RTTCs, actions. Mostar, Tirana, Serbia particularly for All partners: enterprises, we foresee informations on the elaboration of a existing experiences, Repository that allows sharing and validation the dissemination of of the information to be expertise and services made available, offered by the RTTC. centers mapping and On the basis of data collection, previous experiences awareness raising of and enhancing the the RTTC for mapping systems, the participation in the action includes: Repository, support to - Identification of the creation of the criteria for the prototype Repository classification of RTTCs; - Defining the set of essential information and methods of identification; - Creation of an initial mapping based on existing institutional sources and systems; - Completion and update of the information for the Repository done by each RTTC on the online platform (see WP4). 3.3 05/2013 06/2013 67.670,00 Drafting of the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, document contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria "Requirements support the WP Specification", which actions. Partners n.2 collects all data needed and n.3: support on for the configuration of identifying the platform. The characteristics, needs requirements shall be and expectations of the easily verifiable and territories with used as reference for reference to the the technical and contents and IT functional design application activities as in WP4. The requirements will also have characteristics of completeness (description of all the aspects of the system) and consistency (descriptions without conflicts and contradictions). In this activity it is therefore necessary to preliminarily and accurately identify the needs of all parties concerned in the creation of the platform, the project partners and innovation actors, and confirm/revise their requirements with respect to the objectives and requirements of the platform. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 44 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 08/2013 NEXT trend: summary report that identifies, for All beneficiaries through both n. report on each each of the territories involved, the strategic contractor selected by tender and territorial context: 1 sectors of the economy, the level of POT n.local workshop: technological intensity, the results of excellence >or=2 in research and innovation, investment n. frame system opportunities, supporting public policies. report:1 06/2013 NEXT open book: a Repository of RTTCs that All beneficiaries through both n.prototipe RTTC 02/2015 consistently describes the existing technological contractor selected by tender and mapping: 1 skills and innovation potential in the territories. It POT n. RTTC Repository: 1 represents an analytic collection of information aiming to provide an easy reference tool for those seeking specific competences for starting and developing innovative projects. As an example, the information contained therein will be referred to: - Specific objectives of the Centres, - Scientific and Technological sectors in which they operate, - Services offered to the market, - Productive sectors to which their activity is addressed, - Turnover, - Number of researchers. The Repository will represent a marketing tool for the users (researchers and enterprises), the scientific and the institutional community. 06/2013 The Requirements Specification document LB, partner 2 and 3 through both n. requirements covers the following points: contractor slected by tender and specifications: 1 • functional description of the platform services; POT • access modality to the service (e.g. via web portal, etc.); • type and profile of users; • determination of any retention policies of the backup data; • any specifications of integrations with other applications/ services; • minimum security requirements to ensure: integrity, privacy of the data both in the communication, and in custody and access, fully compliant to existing regulations; • availability timeframe; • the required service levels, performance requirements, monitoring and reporting; • characteristics of the user support service Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 Prevent that the poor visibility of the actors and All beneficiaries n. RTTC activities of research and technology transfer leads falling within enterprises to act out of the innovation circuit the Repository, grouped by territory:>10 0 04/2015 Compliance of the online platform and services with All beneficiaries n. actors the expectations and needs of the territories and of contacted in the cooperation area the awareness phase and the design phase of the platform, grouped by territory:>50 0 Total amount 371.854,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 45 of 89
    • WP 4 Title Online Platform Description NEXT-IS will be an interactive online platform to support innovation actors. The system will be designed taking into account the different types of users: 1) research Centres, technology transfer Centres and universities, 2) researchers, 3) enterprises and other stakeholders (e.g. Chambers of Commerce, Development Agencies, professional associations) with the aim to promote at all levels the connection between research and industry. The system will be characterized by a high level of avaliability enabling to reach the goals in the shortest time. The information system shall allow the visibility to the participants of the platform, shall facilitate information sharing and speed up the matching of supply and demand of research and innovation, it shall also support the creation of an online community and increase the attention paid to the territories. It will also provide access to ("virtual") shared facilities and will represent an essential tool for communication on the project. The online system shall be accessible through the use of a common web-browser through HTTPS protocol. Maximum replicability and transparency shall be guaranteed through the use of Open Source components. The specifications defined in WP 3 and the characteristics described above will be the subject of the tender specifications for the external contract for the construction of the on-line platform. Responsible beneficiary City of Šibenik Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 4.1 07/2013 08/2013 141.328,00 Technical and Partner n.2: contracting Marche-Ancona, functional design. authority to support the Sibenik -Knin, Istria, According to the WP actions. Podgorica, Shkoder, "Requirements All partners: support to Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- Specification" (WP3), the verification of the Bari, Serbia the technical and specifications with functional architecture respect to the territorial of the platform will be specificities defined, detailing for each item its components and its software units (application modules). Interfaces will also be defined (between software units, between components, between product and user), the conceptual, logical and physical design of the database, the supporting documentation, the class diagram and the interactions and any further specifications needed in relation with the development technology adopted. The result will be "Technical and functional specifications”31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 46 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 4.2 09/2013 10/2013 116.888,00 In accordance with the Partner n.2:contracting Ancona, Sibenik -Knin, document authority to support the Istria, Podgorica, "Requirements WP actions. Shkoder, Mostar, Specification" and All partners: support for Tirana, Bari, Serbia "Technical and platform creation, functional implementation of specifications", the testing phase, platform will be translation of main created. The action texts and users includes: documents • installation of the development environment and deployment of "software quality assurance" policies • development of software components and/or configuration of the software packages used • development of integrations • testing (component test, system integration test, stress tests, acceptance test, etc), bug-fixing, fine-tuning and final testing • installation of the solution in the production environment • elaboration of the technical documentation and the "User Documentation" Output is the Platform "NEXT IS" with the final configuration resulting from the product testing31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 47 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 4.3 11/2013 11/2013 182.883,00 Installation and Partner n.2: contracting Marche-Ancona, activation of the authority to support the Sibenik -Knin, Istria, software platform WP actions. Podgorica, Shkoder, developed. All partners: Support Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- The activity is carried to the organization of Bari, Serbia out according to an meetings to illustrate Installation plan, which the modalities of provides activities, platform use timetable and procedures. The activity foresees also the initial population of the system, with data and information collected in WP3. The activity’s result is the system that hosts the production environment, with the software solution and the related databases installed and properly functioning, that is, with everything necessary to ensure the overall availability of services, in compliance with the contractual and planning requirements. To support the use of the online platform partners will plan meetings in the territories and provide help desk services and the elaboration of FAQs. 4.4 12/2013 04/2015 41.160,00 The maintenance of Partner n.2: contracting Marche-Ancona, the platform is a critical authority to support the Sibenik -Knin, Istria, activity to ensure the WP actions. Podgorica, Shkoder, full functioning and All partners: support in Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- appropriateness of the the identification of Bari, Serbia system. It regards the possible improvements programs, their data and structures, specifications and documents for use. In particular, the maintenance service will have the following objectives: •maintain the hardware infrastructure fully operational; •reduce downtime due to malfunctioning or errors; •check and maintain the functional security requirements; •provide all information necessary for the correct use of the platform; •handle maintenance requests efficiently; •facilitate communication with users for those problems that do not require the direct intervention on the system. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 48 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 08/2013 Technical and functional specifications. All beneficiaries through both n.Technical and The document contains a technical and contractor selected by tender and functional functional description of: POT specifications: 1 • technical architecture, i.e. hardware/ software and other requirements for the provision of services; • functional architecture of the service, i.e. the service with its control characteristics and methods; • security plan, i.e. the technical and organizational criteria for the protection of areas and data. It allows the analysis of the application with respect to: processes and ways to disclose them to the final users, logical design of the data according to the relational model, non- functional aspects (architecture, security, constraints, performance, etc..), interfaces documentation. The level of completeness will be such to allow: • approval of the functionalities by project coordinators; • implementation of subsequent development phases; • traceability in relation to the requirements description. 10/2013 NEXT IS - The online platform "NEXT IS" will All beneficiaries through both n.on line platform: 1 feature: contractor selected by tender and • search system that will allow access to the POT data of the system and elaboration of customized ranking according to the search parameters; • reporting useful for different users with high communication impact and innovative graphics solutions; • intelligent application for monitoring funding opportunities; • library for storing and consulting the documentation; • "files/ thematic paths" to organize and enhance the information available on the platform, ensuring maximum fruibility; • Specific tools for “web 2.0” interaction; • REST or SOAP services for possible integration with external platforms (e.g. Marche Innovation Portal, etc.). The usability and the satisfaction level of the platform will be verified thanks to periodic "think aloud" tests to samples of users, representative of the targets. The results will enable the improvement of the interface. 11/2013 Meetings for the presentation of the online All beneficiaries through both n. Analysys tools of platform. The partners will provide for the contractor selected by tender and platform use: 1 organization of meetings in their territories in POT n. local order to present NEXT IS and stimulate the workshop:>or=2 participation of RTTCs, enterprises and researchers. The meetings will be operational and will illustrate the features and modalities of use of the online platform aiming to facilitate its use by different targets. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 Facilitating and speeding up of relations between All beneficiaries n. RTTCs, enterprises and researchers participants registered on the online platform, grouped in RTTC, companies and researchers: >20031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 49 of 89
    • 04/2015 Project showcase, through organization and return of All beneficiaries n. accesses the knowledge elements available to the online platform, grouped by territory: >500.000 Average access time:>5 minutes Total amount 482.259,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 50 of 89
    • WP 5 Title Common services based on the online platform Description The WP foresees the creation and publication of the online services of the NEXT IS platform. These services are divided into: • Basic services (community, library, blogs, news and events, etc.). • Advanced services (thematic outlook by Country and sector, self-assessment tests, support for demand / supply matching of services / projects / solutions). Their articulation will take into account the expectations and the characteristics of the different kinds of innovation actors (research and technology transfer centres, universities, development agencies, enterprises and researchers), ensuring the implementation of a number of convergent interventions to favour the consolidation of cross-border cooperation and the individual centres and territories. The services will also represent an immediate benefit for the participants in terms of information and documentation available, statistical analysis, self-assessment tools, consulting assistance, monitoring and funding opportunities. The definition of services and their implementation will be guaranteed by the project working group, supported by external structures to be identified through public procurements. The quality of the actions will also be evaluated through ad hoc feedback from the users. The results of the collaborations on the online platform will be subsequently analysed and used to support discussions to be conducted under WP 7. Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 5.1 12/2013 02/2015 203.411,00 The action foresees the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, activation and contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, continuous support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, management of the actions. Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- platform Basic services All partners: Bari, Serbia and it is divided, involvement in the among others, in these activities through the sub-activities: participation of referees • Management of the for the activities of platform and of the platform animation with users reference to the actors • Creation, acquisition of the territory and for and publication of the information and contents contacts / relationships • Animation of the with local actors. discussion community and blogs • Verification of the completeness of data and information related to the various centres and registered users • Online assistance for the registration data filling • Technical support for the acquisition of data and information from external information sources • FAQs management • Website updating and fine-tuning, by means of analysis of the usage patterns of the site by its users, and analysis of accesses to the contents and traffic.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 51 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 5.2 12/2013 02/2015 145.423,00 The action involves the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, creation of the contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, Advanced services support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, available on the actions. Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- platform and is divided All partners: Bari, Serbia in the following sub- involvement in the activities: activities through the • Constant updating participation of referees and publication of the for the animation data of the Repository activities of the of research and platform with reference technology transfer to the actors of the centres (Open Book); territory and for the • Implementation of a information and self-assessment test, contacts / relationships available to individual with local actors. centres to determine their innovation standing and their level of openness to international markets; • Statistical Analysis; • Preparation and publication of online thematic outlook by Country and sector; • Support in matching demand and supply of services / projects / solutions. 5.3 12/2013 02/2015 70.678,00 The action is Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, articulated in a contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, monitoring and support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, reporting activity actions. All the project Mostar, Tirana, Puglia- designed to provide a beneficiaries will be Bari, Serbia systematic and well- involved in the structured flow of data activities through the and information ("just in participation of referees time"), able to: for the monitoring of • disseminate the cooperation knowledge among activities of the project stakeholders platform with reference and relevant to the territory institutions, drawing attention to certain phenomena and situations; • allow for detailed and flexible analysis of the level of platform use and effectiveness (analysis of accesses, geographical origin etc.) • enable continuous monitoring of the progress of the project. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 52 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 12/2013 Next Box-Basic services:it is the package of All beneficiaries through both N. Basic services: >4 basic services that are offered to participants contractor selected by tender and (centers, universities, development agencies) POT and users (enterprises and researchers). These services are designed not only to facilitate and support the creation of links between the different actors of innovation, but also to return the actual benefits to individual participants in terms of adequate visibility, dissemination of knowledge, support for interests and/or specific needs. As an example they include: •Community: a space moderated on a daily basis that can facilitate the growth of each center and researcher as well as the exchange of experiences with colleagues from the entire area •Library: archive of documents and national and international relevant sources, on research, innovation and technology transfer •Blog •News and Events •Collection and selection of researchers’ thesis and preparation of information summaries on university thesis in research sectors relevant to the area 12/2013 Next Box-Advanced services: package of All beneficiaries through both N. Advanced services: advanced services made available on the online contractor selected by tender and >5 platform which includes inter alia: POT •Thematic outlook: combines qualitative and statistical analysis with authoritative sources by topic, sector or territory; in a streamlined and user-friendly format, with the aim of deepening the reference context, obtaining valuable information for the relationship, receiving inputs useful in developing the business •Radar for innovation: a self-assessment test, based on an instrument designed by 3 professors of the Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University (Illinois). The test allows RTTC to assess their position in relation to some key variables of the innovation processes •Other services(support to matching demand and supply of services/projects/solutions; monitoring funding opportunities; supporting academic spin-offs on innovation; supporting the mobility of researchers in the Adriatic area; marketing actions on research projects and patents) 11/2014 Indications and suggestions for the All beneficiaries through both n.Indications and improvement of services and relations contractor selected by tender and suggestions for the POT improvement of services and relations: >10 Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 Creation of clusters of competence to enhance the All beneficiaries n. working research capacity through synergetic actions groups/joint projects among RTTC: >10 n. relevant theses selected, by territory:>1031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 53 of 89
    • 04/2015 Creation of links among RTTCs and the productive All beneficiaries n. system of the cooperation area (enhancement and contracts/ag transfer of academic knowledge, strengthening reements/or relations which are preparatory to technology ders (survey transfer) through ad hoc questionnair es): >10 % participants to the platform that have benefited from the services (grouped by type of service): >70% n. posts and comments on blog and forums: >100 04/2015 Improvement of RTTCs positioning in the market, in All beneficiaries perception terms of skills, visibility, relationships, growth in size of the and networking services provided by the platform (qualitative) 04/2015 Identification of technological sectors relevant for the All beneficiaries n. territories, but especially for the cooperation area in agreements/ order to develop cluster policies and collocation in contracts supply chains among RTTC: >5 04/2015 Development of enterprises absorption capacity, i.e. All beneficiaries % of the level of skills that enable the dialogue with the companies RTTCs registered by territory, die and productive sector:>3% Total amount 419.512,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 54 of 89
    • WP 6 Title Promotion and investment opportunities Description The WP includes initiatives aimed at facilitating the matching between demand and supply; such initiatives are oriented to put into concrete practice the collaborations promoted by the platform and to promote financing opportunities for the development of innovative activities. The foreseen initiatives are the following ones: • Promotion of technological and organizational innovation, encouraging the contacts between research and enterprises, aimed at their application in an operational context. • Promotion of start-up and spin-offs in the research sector, facilitating their presentation to the specialized financial community (business angels, venture capital, investment banks). The events will be structured and have methodologies that are in line with the specific characteristics of the actors involved: university departments, researchers, technology transfer enterprises; universities and financial community). The platform will have the role of supporting the organization, publicity and dissemination of promotional events. These initiatives aim to enhance research, reducing the distance between the laboratories and the enterprises, or facilitating its transformation into business providing the necessary capital. Responsible beneficiary Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 6.1 02/2014 02/2015 133.213,00 The action involves the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, organization of contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, business speed dates support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, through: actions. Mostar, Tirana,Puglia- • Analysis of the All partners: support to Bari, Serbia activities, competences the organisation and and services available implementation of of each research business speed date center on ones territory and • Analysis and related documentation selection of local enterprises, assessed on the basis of their inclination to innovation • Selection of the centers with competences which are more related to the needs of the local economy, and to the types of selected enterprises • Preparation of participants presentation forms • Management of events, at least two per Country (the effectiveness is linked to the limited time for each meeting, 10 minutes each; the participants cannot exceed the number of 20 and 20, the total duration within 2 hours) • Collection of feedbacks from the participants31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 55 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 6.2 02/2014 02/2015 120.210,00 It foresees the Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, structuring of contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, supporting ‘paths’ to support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, financing through: actions. Mostar, Tirana,Puglia- • Collection and All partners: support for Bari, Serbia evaluation of studies, the identification of proposals, patents and ideas/projects/patents, financeable projects for the organization (basic research and implementation of projects, patents that the events on the can be used for start- territory and the related up or spin-offs, documentation licensable patents) • Selection of the most qualified initiatives • Support for initiatives presentation (e.g. Market analysis, business plan, exit strategy) • Research and involvement of the most qualified stakeholders from the institutional and financial areas • Research and involvement of the most qualified media stakeholders (media mainstream, economic and sectorial ones) • Support and publicity of the initiatives on the online platform 6.3 02/2014 02/2015 50.445,00 The action is Lead beneficiary: Marche-Ancona, articulated in a contracting authority to Sibenik -Knin, Istria, monitoring and support the WP Podgorica, Shkoder, reporting activity actions. Mostar, Tirana,Puglia- designed to provide a All partners: support in Bari, Serbia systematic and well- the evaluation and structured flow of data utilization of the results, and information ("just in translations time"), able to: • disseminate knowledge among project stakeholders and towards relevant institutions, drawing attention to the potentials of the local economic fabric • reduce the distance among the institutions in charge of research and the business and financial sector • identify compatibility, possibility of mergers in clusters, chains, identification of any research or production supply chains at cooperation area level. • enable continuous monitoring of the project progress. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 56 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 02/2015 Business speed dating events (at least one per All beneficiaries through both n. speed date events Country) organized to bring together Research contractor selected by tender and by territory: >or=1 centers and enterprises in order to match needs POT n. participants, divided and solutions. The optimal number of into demand and participants will not exceed 20 for each type supply: >280 (centers and enterprises). Materials in support of the event: • Research Survey: reports highly targeted on to the needs of enterprises and on the services that the Centers can provide, identifying skills, areas of application, structure information (research, turnover, infrastructures) and contact points. This report will be based on the data on the online platform. • Industry Monitor: fiches aimed at the presentation of enterprises which participate in the even (sectors, data on exports and international markets, features, special matching indications). The reports will be available in printed copies and online on the platform. 02/2015 Investment Booster - Finance: Events for the All beneficiaries through both n.activated paths for presentation of innovative initiatives to financial contractor selected by tender and each territory:>or=2 investors (at least one per Country). POT Support material for the event: • Research Opportunities: a repository of ideas, patents, projects, start-ups, spin-offs arising from research. Each item will be contextualized with respect to the target market, stage and growth forecasts, business plans and its exit strategy, financial need. • Research presentation: a collection of fiches to present the initiatives, taken from the Repository/list, which are included in the press kit for the media. • Research Follow-up: a summary of the meetings, with interviews to participants and data from the outputs of the meetings. The reports will be available in printed copies and online on the platform. 11/2014 Indications and suggestions for the promotion of All beneficiaries through both n. suggestions and investment opportunities contractor selected by tender and indications provided: POT >10 Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 Start of relations between enterprises and RTTC All beneficiaries % of exchanges that lead to a follow up: >10 04/2015 Expressions of interest from financing subjects for the All beneficiaries n. initiatives presented participants to presentation s, by idea/project and territory:>35 0 % investors involved on participants: >10% % presentation s that lead to subsequent steps towards financing: >10%31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 57 of 89
    • Total amount 303.868,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 58 of 89
    • WP 7 Title Project capitalization: recommendations for the sustainability of the collaboration platform and policy indications Description There are two key words to describe the WP: sustainability and capitalization. With reference to the first aspect, the NEXT partners intend to consolidate and enhance the experience gained through analyses aimed at identifying the conditions for the sustainability of the project from the content, organization and economic perspectives. With regard to the capitalization of the results, the elements of knowledge developed within the project will allow considerations about the contribution of the different actors to promote research and innovation, identifying also recommendations for policy support. The overall and final objective of NEXT, is therefore to identify a possible shared action strategy in supporting of a R&I "enlarged" governance, given that reducing the innovation gap between the different territories is a prerequisite for increasing the competitiveness of the Adriatic area. This objective lies within the new priorities established by the Europe 2020 Strategy, focusing on the promotion of innovation as a factor of cohesion (besides of economic growth) and on the adoption of an integrated approach to development policies. Responsible beneficiary Foundation “Partnership for Development” Actions ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 7.1 05/2014 12/2014 127.924,00 A series of studies will Partner n.10: Marche-Ancona, be carried out and will coordinator and Sibenik -Knin, Istria, lead to the elaboration responsible for studies Podgorica, Shkoder, of a business plan for Other partners: support Mostar, Tirana,Puglia- potential "investors", to analysis and Bari, Serbia concretely contributing transposition of to the sustainability of documents into "input" the platform. In and translation of particular, these business plan contents studies will cover: - Potential for transferability of the cooperation model and its exportability to other territories/sectors/ services; - Organizational structure engineering; - Structure costs covering in the absence of the EC contribution; - Solutions for the new institutional configuration of the project, considering also the feasibility of setting up an EGTC, which reinforces its stability and performance; - Future territorial dimension, i.e. possible involvement of other territories/Countries.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 59 of 89
    • ACT Starting month Ending month Total amount € Description Role of each beneficiary Location 7.2 05/2014 12/2014 83.476,00 The aim of the action is Partner n.6: Marche-Ancona, to promote the coordinator and Sibenik -Knin, dialogue in terms of responsible for studies Podgorica, Shkoder, future policy-making on Other partners: Mostar, Puglia-Bari, the basis of the support to analysis and Serbia contributions offered by transposition of the collaborative documents into "input" platform. In particular, and translation of the action includes the: Outlook report contents • analysis of participants and relations on the platform; • Identification of strengths and weaknesses of the relations and processes undertaken (e.g. balance among actors with complementary skills, territorial openness); • analysis of the effectiveness of public policies to support innovation in the target area; • identification of improving actions; • identify possible benefits related to policy coordination in the area. The action will help to systematize the results of monitoring, evaluation and quality check conducted in WP 5 and 6. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the outputs Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 12/2014 Next suite – a business plan that can be Lead beneficiary and partner n.10 n.business plan: 1 presented to public and/or private bodies to verify the interest in investing in the future implementation and continuity of the collaborative platform. In particular, the document will include: - the executive summary, which will list clearly and concisely all the most important issues; - the experience gained with the NEXT project; - the innovation reference context in the involved areas - the strategy: the business plan "core" as it allows to evaluate the objectives of the collaborative platform and the steps/optimizations expected to achieve them; - the economic-financial projections. The document will be drafted taking into account the objective of "selling" a complex project, it will not exceed 50 pages and will be concise, logical and clear.31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 60 of 89
    • Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 12/2014 Next Outlook: It is an evaluation report, which Lead beneficiary and partner n.6 n.outlook report: 1 includes: - control of the outputs and results achieved by the collaborative platform; - Identification and creation of models of some successful experiences carried out in support of innovation; - Proposals for improvement areas to be reported to the Programme Authority, taking into account the effects and impacts that the project will have on the Programme and vice versa; - directions for policy development on innovation, research and higher education both within the national Operational Programs financed by the Structural Funds, and for improving the ability to align with EU policies and targets in the field of research and innovation, and for the development of shared policies in the Cross-border area. Qualitative and quantitative descriptions of the results Date of delivery Description Beneficiary/ies Target value 04/2015 Expression of interest from financing subjects All beneficiaries % (institutions, Development Agencies, private entities, expression etc.) on the cooperative platform of interest on the business plan out of the total nr of actors to whom it has been presented 04/2015 Contributions to the institutional stakeholders to All beneficiaries sharing the increasingly take on the role of stimulating, study results connecting and strengthening R&I policies of each by the territory and of the area. This will be done by stakeholder clarifying the factors of complexity in the definition of s strategies for research and innovation, which viewed (qualitative) from a distance appear blurred and simplified, resulting from the interaction between systems that are significantly different from each other. Total amount 211.400,00 €31/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 61 of 89
    • 5.1 Total project budget per WP WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Marche Regional 10.000,00 96.464,00 295.978,00 146.014,00 54.477,00 233.159,00 159.823,00 23.085,00 1.019.000,00 33,98 Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Foundation 1.500,00 40.052,00 33.873,00 9.910,00 20.913,00 16.036,00 12.236,00 75.480,00 210.000,00 7,00 “Partnership for Development” Faculty of Agriculture 1.500,00 58.873,00 35.953,00 17.610,00 27.070,00 20.441,00 22.249,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 6,39 and Food Technology, University of Mostar City of Šibenik 1.500,00 43.874,00 26.124,00 54.118,00 229.330,00 13.277,00 8.837,00 4.440,00 381.500,00 12,72 Regional Council of 1.500,00 42.956,00 34.756,00 11.949,00 22.859,00 17.558,00 11.557,00 66.865,00 210.000,00 7,00 Shkodra University of Donja 1.500,00 53.205,00 35.696,00 19.410,00 27.009,00 23.711,00 23.165,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 6,39 Gorica, Faculty of Information Systems and Technologies Association for 1.500,00 47.734,00 25.511,00 12.656,00 19.325,00 15.776,00 13.984,00 5.514,00 142.000,00 4,73 Economic Development REDAH Chamber of Economy 1.500,00 49.413,00 44.213,00 19.470,00 24.084,00 27.008,00 18.728,00 7.084,00 191.500,00 6,39 of Montenegro Istrian Development 6.720,00 51.008,00 47.554,00 61.076,00 19.610,00 20.422,00 11.910,00 3.200,00 221.500,00 7,39 Agency Regional Economic 1.500,00 39.160,00 16.920,00 9.280,00 10.920,00 11.840,00 7.360,00 3.020,00 100.000,00 3,33 Development Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje Puglia Region – 1.400,00 33.529,00 27.321,00 10.361,00 26.662,00 20.284,00 14.019,00 7.104,00 140.680,00 4,69 Economic Development Department – Research and competitiveness unit TOTAL 30.120,00 556.268,00 623.899,00 371.854,00 482.259,00 419.512,00 303.868,00 211.400,00 2.999.180,00 % 1,00 18,55 20,80 12,40 16,08 13,99 10,13 7,0531/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 62 of 89
    • 5.1.1 Total project budget per costs category Staff (€) Overheads (€) Travel and External expertise Meetings and Promotion costs (€) Equipment (€) Investments (€) Fin. charges & TOTAL (€) % accommodation (€) (€) events (€) guar. (€) Marche Regional 180.000,00 0,00 11.434,00 754.386,00 49.186,00 20.040,00 3.954,00 0,00 0,00 1.019.000,00 33,98 Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Foundation 56.540,00 4.075,00 4.901,00 100.417,00 38.841,00 4.080,00 1.146,00 0,00 0,00 210.000,00 7,00 “Partnership for Development” Faculty of 66.980,00 4.018,00 9.801,00 52.369,00 54.692,00 2.340,00 1.300,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Agriculture and Food Technology, University of Mostar City of Šibenik 45.600,00 0,00 4.901,00 290.900,00 39.446,00 0,00 653,00 0,00 0,00 381.500,00 12,72 Regional Council of 55.820,00 4.040,00 4.901,00 100.915,00 39.083,00 4.200,00 1.041,00 0,00 0,00 210.000,00 7,00 Shkodra University of Donja 75.180,00 3.896,00 9.801,00 44.806,00 54.329,00 2.172,00 1.316,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Gorica, Faculty of Information Systems and Technologies Association for 53.800,00 3.922,00 8.425,00 36.212,00 38.259,00 0,00 1.382,00 0,00 0,00 142.000,00 4,73 Economic Development REDAH Chamber of 82.780,00 3.966,00 4.901,00 41.866,00 47.069,00 9.600,00 1.318,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Economy of Montenegro Istrian Development 80.760,00 6.848,00 8.460,00 59.000,00 48.082,00 17.000,00 1.350,00 0,00 0,00 221.500,00 7,39 Agency Regional Economic 42.000,00 0,00 8.712,00 26.380,00 22.400,00 0,00 508,00 0,00 0,00 100.000,00 3,33 Development Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje Puglia Region – 67.120,00 0,00 4.899,00 28.557,00 40.104,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 140.680,00 4,69 Economic Development Department – Research and competitiveness unit TOTAL 806.580,00 30.765,00 81.136,00 1.535.808,00 471.491,00 59.432,00 13.968,00 0,00 0,00 2.999.180,00 % 26,89 1,03 2,71 51,21 15,72 1,98 0,47 0,00 0,0031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 63 of 89
    • 5.2 Table of co-financing sources per Beneficiary Total budget Total budget (€) Total budget Programme contribution Total Programme Beneficiary Beneficia rate (%) contribution (€) public/private co- ry EU co-financing National co-financing financing (€) public/pri IPA (€) IPA rate State (€) Regional (€) Local (€) Other (€) National vate co- of co- co- financing financing financing rate (%) (%) rate (%) Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, 866.150,00 85,00 152.850,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15,00 1.019.000,00 0,00 0,00 1.019.000,00 33,98 Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit Foundation “Partnership for 178.500,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 31.500,00 15,00 210.000,00 0,00 0,00 210.000,00 7,00 Development” Faculty of Agriculture and Food 162.775,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 28.725,00 15,00 191.500,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Technology, University of Mostar City of Šibenik 324.275,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 57.225,00 0,00 15,00 381.500,00 0,00 0,00 381.500,00 12,72 Regional Council of Shkodra 178.500,00 85,00 0,00 31.500,00 0,00 0,00 15,00 210.000,00 0,00 0,00 210.000,00 7,00 University of Donja Gorica, Faculty of 162.775,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 28.725,00 15,00 191.500,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Information Systems and Technologies Association for Economic Development 120.700,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 21.300,00 15,00 142.000,00 0,00 0,00 142.000,00 4,73 REDAH Chamber of Economy of Montenegro 162.775,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 28.725,00 15,00 191.500,00 0,00 0,00 191.500,00 6,39 Istrian Development Agency 188.275,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 33.225,00 15,00 221.500,00 0,00 0,00 221.500,00 7,39 Regional Economic Development 85.000,00 85,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15.000,00 15,00 100.000,00 0,00 0,00 100.000,00 3,33 Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje Puglia Region – Economic Development 119.578,00 85,00 21.102,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15,00 140.680,00 0,00 0,00 140.680,00 4,69 Department – Research and competitiveness unit TOTAL 2.549.303,00 173.952,00 31.500,00 57.225,00 187.200,00 2.999.180,00 0,00 2.999.180,0031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 64 of 89
    • 5.3 Total budget overview per budget lines and per WP WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 30.120,00 265.940,00 30.380,00 57.520,00 166.080,00 128.240,00 87.440,00 40.860,00 806.580,00 26,89 Overheads 0,00 27.125,00 0,00 1.320,00 681,00 830,00 809,00 0,00 30.765,00 1,03 Travel and 0,00 81.136,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 81.136,00 2,71 accommodation External expertise 0,00 172.053,00 282.614,00 240.715,00 250.890,00 261.988,00 167.808,00 159.740,00 1.535.808,00 51,21 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 258.319,00 72.299,00 64.608,00 28.454,00 47.811,00 0,00 471.491,00 15,72 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 48.632,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 10.800,00 59.432,00 1,98 Equipment 0,00 10.014,00 3.954,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.968,00 0,47 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 30.120,00 556.268,00 623.899,00 371.854,00 482.259,00 419.512,00 303.868,00 211.400,00 2.999.180,00 % 1,00 18,55 20,80 12,40 16,08 13,99 10,13 7,0531/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 65 of 89
    • 5.4 Total spending forecast per WP and per period WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 30.120,00 56.300,00 18.729,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 105.149,00 3,51 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 65.051,00 68.540,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 133.591,00 4,45 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 50.032,00 18.247,00 41.800,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 110.079,00 3,67 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 43.708,00 34.912,00 47.424,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 126.044,00 4,20 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 49.518,00 120.372,00 112.337,00 157.132,00 58.083,00 39.930,00 0,00 537.372,00 17,92 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 43.705,00 30.783,00 36.697,00 159.285,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 270.470,00 9,02 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 50.607,00 139.105,00 70.222,00 39.206,00 137.569,00 39.134,00 0,00 475.843,00 15,87 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 45.914,00 25.084,00 6.371,00 24.442,00 46.886,00 100.150,00 0,00 248.847,00 8,30 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 51.566,00 10.869,00 20.422,00 48.260,00 44.683,00 40.452,00 68.965,00 285.217,00 9,51 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 51.573,00 62.350,00 34.992,00 13.577,00 100.014,00 24.855,00 68.800,00 356.161,00 11,88 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 48.294,00 94.908,00 1.589,00 40.357,00 32.277,00 59.347,00 73.635,00 350.407,00 11,68 30/04/2015 TOTAL 30.120,00 556.268,00 623.899,00 371.854,00 482.259,00 419.512,00 303.868,00 211.400,00 2.999.180,00 % 1,00 18,55 20,80 12,40 16,08 13,99 10,13 7,0531/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 66 of 89
    • 5.5 Beneficiaries’ budgets per budget lines and per WP Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 10.000,00 57.200,00 4.000,00 8.800,00 43.200,00 30.400,00 17.600,00 8.800,00 180.000,00 17,66 Overheads 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Travel and 0,00 11.434,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 11.434,00 1,12 accommodation External expertise 0,00 27.830,00 254.100,00 122.694,00 5.227,00 200.763,00 140.287,00 3.485,00 754.386,00 74,03 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.684,00 14.520,00 6.050,00 1.996,00 1.936,00 0,00 49.186,00 4,83 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 9.240,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 10.800,00 20.040,00 1,97 Equipment 0,00 0,00 3.954,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 3.954,00 0,39 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 10.000,00 96.464,00 295.978,00 146.014,00 54.477,00 233.159,00 159.823,00 23.085,00 1.019.000,00 % 0,98 9,47 29,05 14,33 5,35 22,88 15,68 2,2731/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 67 of 89
    • Foundation “Partnership for Development” WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 21.760,00 1.600,00 2.880,00 11.520,00 8.640,00 5.760,00 2.880,00 56.540,00 26,92 Overheads 0,00 3.473,00 0,00 254,00 76,00 136,00 136,00 0,00 4.075,00 1,94 Travel and 0,00 4.901,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.901,00 2,33 accommodation External expertise 0,00 8.772,00 3.872,00 3.025,00 3.267,00 5.203,00 3.678,00 72.600,00 100.417,00 47,82 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.321,00 3.751,00 6.050,00 2.057,00 2.662,00 0,00 38.841,00 18,50 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 4.080,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.080,00 1,94 Equipment 0,00 1.146,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.146,00 0,55 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 40.052,00 33.873,00 9.910,00 20.913,00 16.036,00 12.236,00 75.480,00 210.000,00 % 0,71 19,07 16,13 4,72 9,96 7,64 5,83 35,9431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 68 of 89
    • Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology, University of Mostar WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 20.160,00 3.000,00 5.400,00 14.400,00 9.720,00 8.480,00 4.320,00 66.980,00 34,98 Overheads 0,00 3.412,00 0,00 182,00 182,00 121,00 121,00 0,00 4.018,00 2,10 Travel and 0,00 9.801,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.801,00 5,12 accommodation External expertise 0,00 24.200,00 4.840,00 4.163,00 5.228,00 6.970,00 3.484,00 3.484,00 52.369,00 27,35 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 25.773,00 7.865,00 7.260,00 3.630,00 10.164,00 0,00 54.692,00 28,56 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 2.340,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 2.340,00 1,22 Equipment 0,00 1.300,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.300,00 0,68 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 58.873,00 35.953,00 17.610,00 27.070,00 20.441,00 22.249,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 30,74 18,77 9,20 14,14 10,67 11,62 4,0831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 69 of 89
    • City of Šibenik WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 16.820,00 1.440,00 2.720,00 10.880,00 6.120,00 4.080,00 2.040,00 45.600,00 11,95 Overheads 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Travel and 0,00 4.901,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.901,00 1,28 accommodation External expertise 0,00 21.500,00 0,00 46.800,00 212.400,00 5.100,00 2.700,00 2.400,00 290.900,00 76,25 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.684,00 4.598,00 6.050,00 2.057,00 2.057,00 0,00 39.446,00 10,34 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Equipment 0,00 653,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 653,00 0,17 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 43.874,00 26.124,00 54.118,00 229.330,00 13.277,00 8.837,00 4.440,00 381.500,00 % 0,39 11,50 6,85 14,19 60,11 3,48 2,32 1,1631/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 70 of 89
    • Regional Council of Shkodra WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 19.920,00 2.000,00 3.600,00 11.520,00 8.640,00 5.760,00 2.880,00 55.820,00 26,58 Overheads 0,00 3.784,00 0,00 73,00 61,00 61,00 61,00 0,00 4.040,00 1,92 Travel and 0,00 4.901,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.901,00 2,33 accommodation External expertise 0,00 13.310,00 3.872,00 3.678,00 5.228,00 7.163,00 3.679,00 63.985,00 100.915,00 48,05 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.684,00 4.598,00 6.050,00 1.694,00 2.057,00 0,00 39.083,00 18,61 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 4.200,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.200,00 2,00 Equipment 0,00 1.041,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.041,00 0,50 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 42.956,00 34.756,00 11.949,00 22.859,00 17.558,00 11.557,00 66.865,00 210.000,00 % 0,71 20,46 16,55 5,69 10,89 8,36 5,50 31,8431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 71 of 89
    • University of Donja Gorica, Faculty of Information Systems and Technologies WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 22.160,00 4.000,00 7.200,00 14.400,00 12.960,00 8.640,00 4.320,00 75.180,00 39,26 Overheads 0,00 3.291,00 0,00 182,00 121,00 151,00 151,00 0,00 3.896,00 2,03 Travel and 0,00 9.801,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.801,00 5,12 accommodation External expertise 0,00 16.637,00 4.840,00 4.163,00 5.228,00 6.970,00 3.484,00 3.484,00 44.806,00 23,40 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.684,00 7.865,00 7.260,00 3.630,00 10.890,00 0,00 54.329,00 28,37 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 2.172,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 2.172,00 1,13 Equipment 0,00 1.316,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.316,00 0,69 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 53.205,00 35.696,00 19.410,00 27.009,00 23.711,00 23.165,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 27,78 18,64 10,14 14,10 12,38 12,10 4,0831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 72 of 89
    • Association for Economic Development REDAH WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 19.600,00 1.900,00 2.800,00 11.200,00 8.400,00 5.600,00 2.800,00 53.800,00 37,89 Overheads 0,00 3.643,00 0,00 75,00 75,00 75,00 54,00 0,00 3.922,00 2,76 Travel and 0,00 8.425,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 8.425,00 5,93 accommodation External expertise 0,00 14.684,00 3.370,00 3.229,00 4.072,00 5.429,00 2.714,00 2.714,00 36.212,00 25,50 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 20.241,00 6.552,00 3.978,00 1.872,00 5.616,00 0,00 38.259,00 26,94 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Equipment 0,00 1.382,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.382,00 0,97 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 47.734,00 25.511,00 12.656,00 19.325,00 15.776,00 13.984,00 5.514,00 142.000,00 % 1,06 33,62 17,97 8,91 13,61 11,11 9,85 3,8831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 73 of 89
    • Chamber of Economy of Montenegro WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 26.520,00 4.000,00 8.640,00 11.520,00 16.200,00 10.800,00 3.600,00 82.780,00 43,23 Overheads 0,00 3.364,00 0,00 254,00 76,00 136,00 136,00 0,00 3.966,00 2,07 Travel and 0,00 4.901,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.901,00 2,56 accommodation External expertise 0,00 13.310,00 4.840,00 4.163,00 5.228,00 7.163,00 3.678,00 3.484,00 41.866,00 21,86 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 25.773,00 6.413,00 7.260,00 3.509,00 4.114,00 0,00 47.069,00 24,58 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 9.600,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.600,00 5,01 Equipment 0,00 1.318,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.318,00 0,69 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 49.413,00 44.213,00 19.470,00 24.084,00 27.008,00 18.728,00 7.084,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 25,80 23,09 10,17 12,58 14,10 9,78 3,7031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 74 of 89
    • Istrian Development Agency WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 6.720,00 30.040,00 4.000,00 8.000,00 12.320,00 8.320,00 8.160,00 3.200,00 80.760,00 36,46 Overheads 0,00 6.158,00 0,00 300,00 90,00 150,00 150,00 0,00 6.848,00 3,09 Travel and 0,00 8.460,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 8.460,00 3,82 accommodation External expertise 0,00 5.000,00 0,00 46.000,00 0,00 8.000,00 0,00 0,00 59.000,00 26,64 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 26.554,00 6.776,00 7.200,00 3.952,00 3.600,00 0,00 48.082,00 21,71 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 17.000,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 17.000,00 7,67 Equipment 0,00 1.350,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.350,00 0,61 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 6.720,00 51.008,00 47.554,00 61.076,00 19.610,00 20.422,00 11.910,00 3.200,00 221.500,00 % 3,03 23,03 21,47 27,57 8,85 9,22 5,38 1,4431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 75 of 89
    • Regional Economic Development Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.500,00 16.440,00 1.440,00 2.080,00 8.320,00 6.240,00 4.160,00 1.820,00 42.000,00 42,00 Overheads 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Travel and 0,00 8.712,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 8.712,00 8,71 accommodation External expertise 0,00 13.500,00 2.880,00 2.800,00 1.200,00 3.600,00 1.200,00 1.200,00 26.380,00 26,38 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 12.600,00 4.400,00 1.400,00 2.000,00 2.000,00 0,00 22.400,00 22,40 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Equipment 0,00 508,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 508,00 0,51 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.500,00 39.160,00 16.920,00 9.280,00 10.920,00 11.840,00 7.360,00 3.020,00 100.000,00 % 1,50 39,16 16,92 9,28 10,92 11,84 7,36 3,0231/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 76 of 89
    • Puglia Region – Economic Development Department – Research and competitiveness unit WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % Staff 1.400,00 15.320,00 3.000,00 5.400,00 16.800,00 12.600,00 8.400,00 4.200,00 67.120,00 47,71 Overheads 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Travel and 0,00 4.899,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.899,00 3,48 accommodation External expertise 0,00 13.310,00 0,00 0,00 3.812,00 5.627,00 2.904,00 2.904,00 28.557,00 20,30 Meetings and events 0,00 0,00 24.321,00 4.961,00 6.050,00 2.057,00 2.715,00 0,00 40.104,00 28,51 Promotion costs 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Equipment 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Investments 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Fin. charges & guar. 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 TOTAL 1.400,00 33.529,00 27.321,00 10.361,00 26.662,00 20.284,00 14.019,00 7.104,00 140.680,00 % 1,00 23,83 19,42 7,36 18,95 14,42 9,97 5,0531/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 77 of 89
    • 5.6 Beneficiaries’ spending forecast per WP and per period Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 10.000,00 15.250,00 5.954,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 31.204,00 3,06 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 6.720,00 6.050,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 12.770,00 1,25 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 8.129,00 6.050,00 16.258,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 30.437,00 2,99 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 7.615,00 9.251,00 16.258,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 33.124,00 3,25 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 8.704,00 72.600,00 37.268,00 16.850,00 58.083,00 39.930,00 0,00 233.435,00 22,91 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 7.615,00 0,00 0,00 21.600,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 29.215,00 2,87 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 8.704,00 96.800,00 43.560,00 3.903,00 84.953,00 7.113,00 0,00 245.033,00 24,05 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 7.615,00 9.251,00 0,00 3.902,00 9.509,00 56.760,00 0,00 87.037,00 8,54 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 8.704,00 2.000,00 0,00 3.902,00 7.513,00 9.050,00 4.400,00 35.569,00 3,49 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 8.704,00 9.251,00 32.670,00 2.160,00 65.593,00 3.520,00 4.400,00 126.298,00 12,39 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 8.704,00 78.771,00 0,00 2.160,00 7.508,00 43.450,00 14.285,00 154.878,00 15,20 30/04/2015 TOTAL 10.000,00 96.464,00 295.978,00 146.014,00 54.477,00 233.159,00 159.823,00 23.085,00 1.019.000,00 % 0,98 9,47 29,05 14,33 5,35 22,88 15,68 2,2731/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 78 of 89
    • Foundation “Partnership for Development” WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 3.568,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.068,00 2,41 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 4.792,00 7.100,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 11.892,00 5,66 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 3.703,00 400,00 2.130,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 6.233,00 2,97 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.158,00 969,00 1.876,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 6.003,00 2,86 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 3.703,00 7.100,00 756,00 4.734,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 16.293,00 7,76 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.158,00 1.368,00 1.440,00 4.659,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 10.625,00 5,06 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 3.703,00 7.100,00 720,00 4.320,00 3.920,00 0,00 0,00 19.763,00 9,41 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.158,00 400,00 720,00 4.320,00 3.029,00 5.158,00 0,00 16.785,00 7,99 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 3.703,00 1.368,00 756,00 1.440,00 3.029,00 2.360,00 25.160,00 37.816,00 18,01 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 3.703,00 7.100,00 756,00 1.440,00 3.029,00 2.360,00 25.160,00 43.548,00 20,74 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 3.703,00 968,00 756,00 0,00 3.029,00 2.358,00 25.160,00 35.974,00 17,13 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 40.052,00 33.873,00 9.910,00 20.913,00 16.036,00 12.236,00 75.480,00 210.000,00 % 0,71 19,07 16,13 4,72 9,96 7,64 5,83 35,9431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 79 of 89
    • Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology, University of Mostar WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 3.844,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.344,00 2,79 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 7.790,00 7.613,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15.403,00 8,04 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 5.612,00 1.210,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 6.822,00 3,56 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 4.523,00 1.500,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 6.023,00 3,15 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 5.612,00 6.443,00 5.733,00 6.426,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 24.214,00 12,64 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 4.523,00 1.210,00 2.815,00 6.244,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 14.792,00 7,72 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 5.612,00 7.613,00 2.633,00 2.880,00 7.089,00 5.901,00 0,00 31.728,00 16,57 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 4.521,00 1.210,00 833,00 2.880,00 3.338,00 5.781,00 0,00 18.563,00 9,69 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 5.612,00 1.500,00 3.930,00 2.880,00 3.338,00 5.781,00 2.602,00 25.643,00 13,39 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 5.612,00 6.443,00 833,00 2.880,00 3.338,00 2.393,00 2.601,00 24.100,00 12,58 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 5.612,00 1.211,00 833,00 2.880,00 3.338,00 2.393,00 2.601,00 18.868,00 9,85 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 58.873,00 35.953,00 17.610,00 27.070,00 20.441,00 22.249,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 30,74 18,77 9,20 14,14 10,67 11,62 4,0831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 80 of 89
    • City of Šibenik WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 2.733,00 144,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.377,00 1,15 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 5.255,00 6.315,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 11.570,00 3,03 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 4.169,00 144,00 3.659,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 7.972,00 2,09 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.624,00 144,00 3.659,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 7.427,00 1,95 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.169,00 6.315,00 11.800,00 88.080,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 110.364,00 28,93 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.624,00 144,00 20.000,00 73.130,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 96.898,00 25,40 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 4.169,00 6.315,00 15.000,00 3.080,00 1.224,00 4.317,00 0,00 34.105,00 8,94 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.624,00 144,00 0,00 680,00 4.556,00 2.260,00 0,00 11.264,00 2,95 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 4.169,00 144,00 0,00 32.180,00 2.499,00 2.260,00 1.480,00 42.732,00 11,20 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 4.169,00 144,00 0,00 680,00 3.723,00 0,00 1.480,00 10.196,00 2,67 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 4.169,00 6.171,00 0,00 31.500,00 1.275,00 0,00 1.480,00 44.595,00 11,69 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 43.874,00 26.124,00 54.118,00 229.330,00 13.277,00 8.837,00 4.440,00 381.500,00 % 0,39 11,50 6,85 14,19 60,11 3,48 2,32 1,1631/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 81 of 89
    • Regional Council of Shkodra WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 3.303,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.803,00 2,29 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 5.109,00 7.221,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 12.330,00 5,87 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 4.020,00 1.000,00 2.806,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 7.826,00 3,73 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.476,00 1.000,00 2.733,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 7.209,00 3,43 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.020,00 7.221,00 2.733,00 9.149,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 23.123,00 11,01 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.476,00 1.936,00 736,00 9.088,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15.236,00 7,26 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 4.020,00 7.221,00 736,00 1.741,00 4.916,00 1.152,00 0,00 19.786,00 9,42 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.476,00 1.000,00 736,00 1.440,00 3.161,00 4.435,00 0,00 14.248,00 6,78 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 4.016,00 936,00 736,00 1.441,00 3.161,00 2.378,00 22.769,00 35.437,00 16,87 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 4.020,00 7.221,00 733,00 0,00 3.161,00 2.378,00 22.768,00 40.281,00 19,18 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 4.020,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 3.159,00 1.214,00 21.328,00 29.721,00 14,15 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 42.956,00 34.756,00 11.949,00 22.859,00 17.558,00 11.557,00 66.865,00 210.000,00 % 0,71 20,46 16,55 5,69 10,89 8,36 5,50 31,8431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 82 of 89
    • University of Donja Gorica, Faculty of Information Systems and Technologies WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 1.498,00 2.420,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.418,00 2,83 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 7.147,00 6.171,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.318,00 6,95 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 5.280,00 2.420,00 4.663,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 12.363,00 6,46 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 4.191,00 1.086,00 4.481,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.758,00 5,10 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.191,00 6.171,00 6.333,00 7.884,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 24.579,00 12,83 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 4.188,00 2.000,00 3.933,00 7.763,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 17.884,00 9,34 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 5.280,00 6.171,00 0,00 7.762,00 8.116,00 5.509,00 0,00 32.838,00 17,15 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 5.854,00 1.000,00 0,00 900,00 4.335,00 5.358,00 0,00 17.447,00 9,11 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 5.280,00 1.086,00 0,00 900,00 4.335,00 5.358,00 2.602,00 19.561,00 10,21 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 5.280,00 6.171,00 0,00 900,00 4.335,00 5.212,00 2.601,00 24.499,00 12,79 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 5.016,00 1.000,00 0,00 900,00 2.590,00 1.728,00 2.601,00 13.835,00 7,22 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 53.205,00 35.696,00 19.410,00 27.009,00 23.711,00 23.165,00 7.804,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 27,78 18,64 10,14 14,10 12,38 12,10 4,0831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 83 of 89
    • Association for Economic Development REDAH WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 3.915,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.415,00 3,81 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 6.352,00 6.747,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.099,00 9,22 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 4.475,00 1.123,00 3.335,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 8.933,00 6,29 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.539,00 1.000,00 4.661,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.200,00 6,48 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.475,00 6.747,00 4.660,00 6.090,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 21.972,00 15,47 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.539,00 1.123,00 0,00 3.900,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 8.562,00 6,03 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 4.475,00 900,00 0,00 1.867,00 4.712,00 3.830,00 0,00 15.784,00 11,12 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.539,00 0,00 0,00 1.867,00 2.766,00 3.777,00 0,00 11.949,00 8,41 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 4.475,00 0,00 0,00 1.867,00 2.766,00 3.777,00 1.838,00 14.723,00 10,37 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 4.475,00 6.747,00 0,00 1.867,00 2.766,00 1.000,00 1.838,00 18.693,00 13,16 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 4.475,00 1.124,00 0,00 1.867,00 2.766,00 1.600,00 1.838,00 13.670,00 9,63 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 47.734,00 25.511,00 12.656,00 19.325,00 15.776,00 13.984,00 5.514,00 142.000,00 % 1,06 33,62 17,97 8,91 13,61 11,11 9,85 3,8831/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 84 of 89
    • Chamber of Economy of Montenegro WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 5.221,00 3.210,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.931,00 5,19 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 4.089,00 8.843,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 12.932,00 6,75 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 4.638,00 1.210,00 3.461,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.309,00 4,86 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 4.093,00 8.843,00 6.087,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 19.023,00 9,93 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.638,00 2.000,00 2.880,00 6.158,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 15.676,00 8,19 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 4.093,00 8.843,00 2.880,00 4.340,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 20.156,00 10,53 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 4.638,00 1.210,00 2.080,00 3.663,00 8.318,00 6.274,00 0,00 26.183,00 13,67 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 4.093,00 2.400,00 2.082,00 6.083,00 4.673,00 5.838,00 0,00 25.169,00 13,14 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 4.638,00 1.210,00 0,00 1.920,00 4.673,00 2.297,00 3.542,00 18.280,00 9,55 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 4.638,00 6.444,00 0,00 1.920,00 4.673,00 2.160,00 1.800,00 21.635,00 11,30 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 4.634,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.671,00 2.159,00 1.742,00 13.206,00 6,90 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 49.413,00 44.213,00 19.470,00 24.084,00 27.008,00 18.728,00 7.084,00 191.500,00 % 0,78 25,80 23,09 10,17 12,58 14,10 9,78 3,7031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 85 of 89
    • Istrian Development Agency WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 6.720,00 11.300,00 4.000,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 22.020,00 9,94 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 5.945,00 3.250,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.195,00 4,15 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 4.065,00 3.250,00 3.688,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 11.003,00 4,97 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.125,00 6.639,00 3.388,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.152,00 5,94 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 4.065,00 2.625,00 33.000,00 4.890,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 44.580,00 20,13 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.125,00 6.639,00 2.000,00 12.000,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 23.764,00 10,73 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 4.065,00 2.625,00 2.000,00 680,00 5.616,00 0,00 0,00 14.986,00 6,77 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.125,00 6.639,00 2.000,00 680,00 4.814,00 5.790,00 0,00 23.048,00 10,41 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 4.063,00 2.625,00 15.000,00 680,00 6.664,00 2.040,00 0,00 31.072,00 14,03 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 4.065,00 6.639,00 0,00 680,00 1.664,00 2.040,00 1.600,00 16.688,00 7,53 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 4.065,00 2.623,00 0,00 0,00 1.664,00 2.040,00 1.600,00 11.992,00 5,41 30/04/2015 TOTAL 6.720,00 51.008,00 47.554,00 61.076,00 19.610,00 20.422,00 11.910,00 3.200,00 221.500,00 % 3,03 23,03 21,47 27,57 8,85 9,22 5,38 1,4431/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 86 of 89
    • Regional Economic Development Agency for Sumadija and Pomoravlje WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.500,00 3.588,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.088,00 5,09 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 6.558,00 3.150,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 9.708,00 9,71 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 2.686,00 1.440,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 4.126,00 4,13 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 3.654,00 1.440,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.094,00 5,09 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 2.686,00 3.150,00 2.894,00 1.400,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 10.130,00 10,13 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 3.654,00 1.440,00 2.893,00 5.040,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.027,00 13,03 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 2.686,00 3.150,00 3.493,00 3.840,00 4.148,00 2.000,00 0,00 19.317,00 19,32 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.654,00 0,00 0,00 640,00 2.148,00 2.587,00 0,00 9.029,00 9,03 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 3.654,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 2.148,00 1.387,00 1.020,00 8.209,00 8,21 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 3.654,00 3.150,00 0,00 0,00 2.148,00 1.386,00 1.000,00 11.338,00 11,34 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 2.686,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 1.248,00 0,00 1.000,00 4.934,00 4,93 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.500,00 39.160,00 16.920,00 9.280,00 10.920,00 11.840,00 7.360,00 3.020,00 100.000,00 % 1,50 39,16 16,92 9,28 10,92 11,84 7,36 3,0231/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 87 of 89
    • Puglia Region – Economic Development Department – Research and competitiveness unit WP0 (€) WP1 (€) WP2 (€) WP3 (€) WP4 (€) WP5 (€) WP6 (€) WP7 (€) TOTAL (€) % 01/07/2012 - 1.400,00 2.080,00 3.001,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 6.481,00 4,61 31/10/2012 01/11/2012 - 0,00 5.294,00 6.080,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 11.374,00 8,09 31/01/2013 01/02/2013 - 0,00 3.255,00 0,00 1.800,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 5.055,00 3,59 30/04/2013 01/05/2013 - 0,00 2.710,00 3.040,00 4.281,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 10.031,00 7,13 30/06/2013 01/07/2013 - 0,00 3.255,00 0,00 4.280,00 5.471,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 13.006,00 9,25 31/10/2013 01/11/2013 - 0,00 2.710,00 6.080,00 0,00 11.521,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 20.311,00 14,44 31/01/2014 01/02/2014 - 0,00 3.255,00 0,00 0,00 5.470,00 4.557,00 3.038,00 0,00 16.320,00 11,60 30/04/2014 01/05/2014 - 0,00 3.255,00 3.040,00 0,00 1.050,00 4.557,00 2.406,00 0,00 14.308,00 10,17 30/06/2014 01/07/2014 - 0,00 3.252,00 0,00 0,00 1.050,00 4.557,00 3.764,00 3.552,00 16.175,00 11,50 31/10/2014 01/11/2014 - 0,00 3.253,00 3.040,00 0,00 1.050,00 5.584,00 2.406,00 3.552,00 18.885,00 13,42 31/01/2015 01/02/2015 - 0,00 1.210,00 3.040,00 0,00 1.050,00 1.029,00 2.405,00 0,00 8.734,00 6,21 30/04/2015 TOTAL 1.400,00 33.529,00 27.321,00 10.361,00 26.662,00 20.284,00 14.019,00 7.104,00 140.680,00 % 1,00 23,83 19,42 7,36 18,95 14,42 9,97 5,0531/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 88 of 89
    • 6. Timeplan 2012 2013 2014 2015 Tot. act. Month cost May May Sep Nov Dec Aug Sep Nov Dec Aug Sep Nov Dec Feb Mar Feb Mar Feb Mar Jan Jun Jan Jun Jan Oct Apr Oct Apr Oct Apr Jul JulActivityact. 0.1 5.200,00act. 0.2 24.920,00act. 0.3 0,00act. 1.1 55.295,00act. 1.2 13.480,00act. 1.3 10.010,00act. 1.4 436.449,00act. 1.5 21.394,00act. 1.6 19.640,00act. 2.1 62.714,00act. 2.2 561.185,00act. 3.1 199.603,00act. 3.2 104.581,00act. 3.3 67.670,00act. 4.1 141.328,00act. 4.2 116.888,00act. 4.3 182.883,00act. 4.4 41.160,00act. 5.1 203.411,00act. 5.2 145.423,00act. 5.3 70.678,00act. 6.1 133.213,00act. 6.2 120.210,00act. 6.3 50.445,00act. 7.1 127.924,00act. 7.2 83.476,00 2.999.180,0031/10/2011 17:33:54 2°ord./0023/0 Page 89 of 89