Distance LAB – remote service hub for SME’s and public sector

Distance LAB -project is conducted by Centria University of Applied Sciences, LAB University of Applied
Sciences, More and Romsdal County Council, University of Latvia, Kaunas Science and
Technology Park, Rzeszow Regional Development Agency, Skellefteå Science City, Public Institution Lithuanian
Innovation Centre and Foundation Ventspils High Technology park. The project also has a wide group of public sector organizations, business support organizations, regional and local public authorities and NGOs and interest groups as associated partners who take part in the development process. The project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region -programme. The project budget is 2 817 691 € of which the programme finances 2 167,339 €. The budget of LAB is
370 332 €.
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Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027
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Distance LAB co-develops tools for SMEs to improve their remote innovation capabilities, hybrid business strategies, and sustainability. Services and tools will be piloted in 2024. Finally, a transnational hub is developed for private and public organizations to access transnational business services and peer-learning opportunities.
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