Partner Searches

Partner Searches

If you are looking for a partner for an EU-funded project, post your partner search here. The partner searches are automatically ordered by the date they were posted, though it is possible to use the filters to order them by the call or expression of interest deadlines. It is also possible to use the tool below to filter the partner searches by funding programme, location, desired partner, associated working group or keyword.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

KOSGEB (Turkey) seeks partners for COSME: Supporting the Development and Promotion of Transnational Thematic Tourism Products

In line with the priorities of the Commission, the actions proposed under COSME 2018 work programme contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of the EU tourism sector and increase its contribution to economic growth and jobs in the EU. The actions under COSME will particularly aim, on the one side, at improving the business environment for tourism enterprises, through enhanced socio-economic and market intelligence and exchange of best practices, and on the other side, at diversifying and increasing the visibility of Europe's transnational tourism offer.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Fossil free district

Like all cities in the Netherlands, Eindhoven is currently looking how to comply with the target set by the Dutch national government to phase out the use of natural gas for cooking and heating by 2050.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

DIALOG: Dialog for Innovation And Local Growth

What is the aim of the project idea? (What are the issues, problems, opportunities you want to address? Three are the main protagonists of European Structural Funds policies for local development: public administrations, knowledge-production centres (universities and research centres) and businesses. As regards businesses, their role and contribution has largely been associated with the management line, because of their decision-making capacity. Hence, the contribution of workers to the decision-making process and to making investment choices has been very limited.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

DIALOG: Dialog for Innovation And Local Growth

What is the aim of the project idea? What are the issues, problems, opportunities you want to address? Three are the main protagonists of European Structural Funds policies for local development: public administrations, knowledge-production centres (universities and research centres) and businesses. As regards businesses, their role and contribution has largely been associated with the management line, because of their decision-making capacity. Hence, the contribution of workers to the decision-making process and to making investment choices has been very limited.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Urban Area Regeneration In North West Europe (UARIN)

OBJECTIVE To facilitate the deployment of low carbon energy strategies in urban regeneration schemes, in a way which maximises their impact through integrating renewable energy generation with energy efficiency measures, energy storage and demand side response. The major regeneration of towns and cities takes place periodically across the NWE region.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Transforming historic urban areas and/or cultural landscapes into hubs of entrepreneurship and social and cultural integration

The project results are expected to contribute to: reversing trends of abandonment and neglect of historic heritage in urban areas and landscapes; new and tested blueprints for the socially and economically viable regeneration of European historic urban areas and cultural landscapes, with enhanced well-being and quality of life, social cohesion and integration; boosting heritage and culture-relevant innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship and light 'reindustrialisation' of historic urban areas and cultural landscapes; cross-sector collaboration, creation of job opportunities and skills in cul