Developed in 2010 by the Aalto University Campus in Espoo (Finland), the Innovation Camps have been adopted by the European Commission‘s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Committee of the Regions as a tool to help regions identify and tackle societal challenges locally.
With a view to exploring the interest of ERRIN Members in bringing the Innovation Camps to their regions, ERRIN is organising a breakfast discussion on 6th December from 08.30 to 10.30 to examine how the methodology can help to face common territorial development challenges. To have a look at the agenda and register for the meeting, please click here.
Prior to the event, ERRIN Members are asked to identify key challenges that they are facing in their regions. These challenges will be used to support the discussions and help JRC / Innovation Camps to better address those challenges and finding solutions. Possibilities for an ERRIN innovation camp will also be explored.
We are looking for a Member to host the event. If you wish to welcome us to your premises, please do not hesitate and get in touch with Veronica (firstname.lastname@example.org)