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1.

OKINLAB GMBH

Fully-automated software platform with 3D freeform configurator for design and production of individual and affordable furniture

  • 3 Million
  • Germany
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Fully-automated software platform with 3D freeform configurator for design and production of individual and affordable furniture
Company Name OKINLAB GMBH
Funded By 38
Country Germany , Western Europe
Project Value 3 Million
Project Detail

Mass customization is finding its way into innumerable areas of daily life, e.g. textiles, shoes, as consumer strive for individuality. 84 million customers bout furniture online in the EU. The preconditions for mass furniture are enabled by digitization. Yet there is no solution for affordable individualized furniture representing a tremendous unexploited market. FORMBAR, our novel parametric design software based on mathematical-physical-architectural principles, is the enabling technology allowing customers for the first time to freely shape their furniture individually. In this Phase 2 project FORMBAR will be 100% automated. With simple mouse movements, the customer designs a photo-realistically rendered 3D model and thus constantly inspects his created piece of furniture visually with regard to the selected materiality and colour. By directly integrating the machine specifications into the design process, the self-generated 3D piece of furniture is automatically converted into an optimized cutting pattern and produced cost-effectively using state-of-the-art CNC milling machines. The generated milling data are sent to one of the more than 100 carpenters of OKINLAB in close vicinity to the customer. FORMBAR covers the entire furniture manufacturing process 100% automated, from design to production, in a single application. In combination with mathematically implied algorithms, OKINLAB can guarantee the functionality as well as the producibility of the furniture while at the same time implementing a scalable business model. With FORMBAR mass customization of individual furniture becomes affordable for the first time. OKINLAB with its team of 16 employees from software development, architecture, design, marketing, has developed a configurator in the past selling more than 1,500 pieces of furniture as of today. By automation of FORMBAR costs of the furniture is reduced by 50% opening the technology for the mass market with a potential of €25.3 billion.

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Company Name OKINLAB GMBH
Address Ursulinenstrasse 35 66111 Saarbrucken
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223011/factsheet/en

2.

Visit Värmland Ekonomisk Fören

Competitive Visiting Industry Värmland

  • 16 Million
  • Sweden
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Competitive Visiting Industry Värmland
Company Name Visit Värmland Ekonomisk Fören
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 16 Million
Project Detail

Overall goals, project goals and sub-goals The overall objective of the project is to contribute to sustainable expansion of the tourism industry in Värmland. The project objective is to increase the competitiveness and growth of Värmlands SMEs in a rapidly growing global visitor industry and to increase the number of visitors to Värmland. To achieve the goal, the project has set sub-goals: 1. Increased business intelligence among the companies 2. Increased business development among the companies 3. Companies are working on a broader market (more segments and countries) 4. Increase the visibility of companies through digital tools 5. Develop Värmland as food and drinking destination (increased meal tourism) How to work to achieve the projects objectives The project will further develop a cluster-oriented approach in Visit Värmland based on the regional visitor industry strategy through practical activities and by developing methods, systems and structures to strengthen the competitiveness of SMEs in Värmlands hospitality industry. The project also creates an active link between the food and visitor industries, which according to the project offers an opportunity for the tourist industry companies to use locally produced food and drink as part of the offer in order to strengthen the overall experience. The project will have a gender equality and diversity integrated approach and be based on the guide for sustainable project management that Visit Värmland has developed together with Life Academy. The guide contains checklists and templates that help integrate sustainability throughout the work process. How the regional business community will participate in the implementation The regional business community will be involved in most of the projects activities. Both the project organization and the companies in the hospitality industry will, through various networks, create a contact area for inspiration and new knowledge. The project will carry out activities in order for the companies to develop their products and services and be ready to meet an international market. The project will arrange and carry out processes / workshops / seminars focusing on various business development activities. Companies will be given the opportunity to participate in activities and get guidance on issues regarding digitization. The regional business community will also be represented in the projects steering and reference groups in order to be able to continuously respond to the project. The projects expected results and benefits at the end of the project period - Companies have improved their ability to provide new knowledge from the market, All sorts of digital development have changed this into new products and processes. The group is expected to be able to develop its offering and make it into a rapidly expanding glossy business. - The project has resulted in an increased growth in domestic visits companies. - The projects only co-operation with the food ring, has been developing Va rmland seam and the beverage destination island (island maid time tourism). More visits companies regularly seek to use onion-based food seams an active part of the offer. - The project has strongly emphasized Visit Va rmlands directional leadership before visiting the company in Va rmland, in line with the regu- latory visit strategy. -The project is, in general, expected to contribute to the visibility of women and the foreign society as the work of the company seems to be concerned with utilizing the supply chain and the training for the entire herd. The project runs to have contributed to the companies knowledge of how to work with the perspective of equality and increased mea- sures in order to strengthen their gender power. In the same way, the project runs the power of the firms companies to work actively with sustainability and environmental aspects, while the incentive-driving factors in the training process are etc. The project contributes to increased growth in the governments small and medium-sized businesses. The project runs to have contributed to the companies knowledge of how to work with the perspective of equality and increased mea- sures in order to strengthen their gender power. In the same way, the project runs the power of the firms companies to work actively with sustainability and environmental aspects, while the incentive-driving factors in the training process are etc. The project contributes to increased growth in the governments small and medium-sized businesses. The project runs to have contributed to the companies knowledge of how to work with the perspective of equality and increased mea- sures in order to strengthen their gender power. In the same way, the project runs the power of the firms companies to work actively with sustainability and environmental aspects, while the incentive-driving factors in the training process are etc. The project contributes to increased growth in the governments small and medium-sized businesses.

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Company Name Visit Värmland Ekonomisk Fören
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 65224 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Sarah Andrén Telnr/Telephone number 054-776007
Email sarah.andren@visitvarmland.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

3.

Stift Högskolan i Jönköping

TRANSFORM to AAA

  • 19 Million
  • Sweden
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TRANSFORM to AAA
Company Name Stift Högskolan i Jönköping
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 19 Million
Project Detail

TRANSFORM to AAA is aimed at companies and organizations that see a need to strengthen their competitiveness with the help of the possibilities of digitization. Digitization in the project refers to everything from technology development, business model development to administrative solutions and infrastructures. The project is open to business and public organizations, and the primary target group is small and medium-sized companies. The goal is that at the end of the project, small and medium-sized companies have strengthened their digital skills, developed digital products and utilized digital knowledge for a more sustainable business. Companies in the region have a clear entrance and the collaboration arena around digitization where business, public organizations and academia can meet.

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Company Name Stift Högskolan i Jönköping
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 55111 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Marco Stevenazzi
Email marco.stevenazzi@ju.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Destination Funäsfjällen AB

Business driving Multiarena - Sustainable collaboration for international competitiveness

  • 36 Million
  • Sweden
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Business driving Multiarena - Sustainable collaboration for international competitiveness
Company Name Destination Funäsfjällen AB
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 36 Million
Project Detail

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the long-term growth and employment of the 180 small and medium-sized enterprises in the primary and secondary tourism industry by creating an internationally competitive sustainable management system. One also wants to improve the conditions for the companies business development and business sense. Through a number of investments in joint infrastructure and digitization together with business-developing workshops, one intends to achieve the project goals. The business community is strongly involved in the implementation of the project and at the end of the project, Funäsfjällen will have one of Europes most competitive lead systems and the best overall product for the guest. In the long term, Destination Funäsfjällen will be responsible for managing the results of the project.

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Company Name Destination Funäsfjällen AB
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 84095 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Petter Eurenius
Email petter@funasfjallen.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Värmlandskooperativen Ek. For.

Cooperative solutions for smart growth, KLÖS

  • 6 Million
  • Sweden
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Cooperative solutions for smart growth, KLÖS
Company Name Värmlandskooperativen Ek. For.
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 6 Million
Project Detail

The overall goal of the project is to develop the enterprise with cooperative character and to foster co-operative cooperation for a better Värmlandà ¢ €⠄¢. The projects activities are planned on the basis of the three sub-goals. Sub-objective 1 is the ambition to develop and implement smart, sustainable business models, among other things. with inspiration from internationally functioning models. There are good examples of how cooperative solutions have emerged to solve societal challenges. In parallel with the development of society, new business and business models are being developed. The project sees a need for cooperative solutions in both our cities and in the countryside. New and developed business models are needed to develop inter alia organized business collaboration, new energy solutions, organization within the so-called sharing economy, etc. Objective 2 aims to create local meeting places (start own days or equivalent) throughout Värmland in collaboration with other advisory organizations ¿and thereby ensure physical customer meetings as a complement to the ongoing digitization. Business advice is generally becoming increasingly digitalized. From a customer perspective, the development is mostly positive, but the project believes that alternative platforms in the form of physical meeting places should complement the digital system. The fact that local and regional "start your own days / fairs" basically disappeared is unfortunate. There are various needs in the advisory business depending on the target groups. Start of e.g. one-man companies often get the needs satisfied through IT based systems, while "joint venture" requires more of jointly developed strategies and organization, which usually requires physical meetings. Sub-goal 3 is about cooperative cooperation, within the framework of KoopSam, contributing to a better VärmlandÃ. Sub-objective 3 can be partly compared to a cooperative cluster collection for increased involvement in regional development work. The project owner has previously run the project KIT (Co-operative for Inclusive Growth) where some business model development such as connects to the generation switch made. The project KLÖS takes over where the previous project KIT ends. Expected effects: The Värmland cooperatives will use the new cooperative business models in the regular advisory business, which gives more potential entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and start sustainable companies. participate in a better VärmlandÃ. Sub-objective 3 can be partly compared to a cooperative cluster collection for increased involvement in regional development work. The project owner has previously run the project KIT (Co-operative for Inclusive Growth) where some business model development such as connects to the generation switch made. The project KLÖS takes over where the previous project KIT ends. Expected effects: The Värmland cooperatives will use the new cooperative business models in the regular advisory business, which gives more potential entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and start sustainable companies. participate in a better VärmlandÃ. Sub-objective 3 can be partly compared to a cooperative cluster collection for increased involvement in regional development work. The project owner has previously run the project KIT (Co-operative for Inclusive Growth) where some business model development such as connects to the generation switch made. The project KLÖS takes over where the previous project KIT ends. Expected effects: The Värmland cooperatives will use the new cooperative business models in the regular advisory business, which gives more potential entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and start sustainable companies. The project owner has previously run the project KIT (Co-operative for Inclusive Growth) where some business model development such as connects to the generation switch made. The project KLÖS takes over where the previous project KIT ends. Expected effects: The Värmland cooperatives will use the new cooperative business models in the regular advisory business, which gives more potential entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and start sustainable companies. The project owner has previously run the project KIT (Co-operative for Inclusive Growth) where some business model development such as connects to the generation switch made. The project KLÖS takes over where the previous project KIT ends. Expected effects: The Värmland cooperatives will use the new cooperative business models in the regular advisory business, which gives more potential entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and start sustainable companies.

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Company Name Värmlandskooperativen Ek. For.
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 65340 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Leif Tyrén Telnr/Telephone number 070-5625637
Email leif@varmland.coop
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Örnsköldsvik municipality

Digital steps for growth

  • 8 Million
  • Sweden
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Digital steps for growth
Company Name Örnsköldsvik municipality
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 8 Million
Project Detail

This project is based on the major social transformation that is currently taking place as a result of new technological opportunities and changing patterns of behavior. The goal is that small and medium-sized companies, especially in Örnsköldsvik, but also in the rest of the county, will increase their awareness of the opportunities and threats that digitalisation entails and create strategies to meet them and thereby strengthen the regions growth. Growth potential exists in the SMEs and there is a great need for increased creativity and innovation. Digitization has already hit hard on certain industries and yet we have not seen the full force it carries with it. Most companies know that something needs to be done but do not know where to start. The project helps companies set up a plan for how they should work with the digital process that will permeate the entire company.

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Company Name Örnsköldsvik municipality
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 89188 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Sara Rudälv
Email sara.rudalv@ornskoldsvik.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Västernorrland County Council

Digga Health Center

  • 47 Million
  • Sweden
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Digga Health Center
Company Name Västernorrland County Council
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 47 Million
Project Detail

The project will develop and implement new and existing digital services to improve accessibility to private and public services. Digitization contributes to increased accessibility by bridging geographical distances. They will develop an accessible, equal and equal care. for residents throughout Västernorrland. This will be achieved through increased use of digital services and remote care contributes to increased accessibility.

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Company Name Västernorrland County Council
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 87185 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Anna-Lena Lundberg Telnr/Telephone number 070-258 82 00
Email anna-lena.lundberg@rvn.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Industrial Development Center in Kalmar AB

Smart Industry Kalmar County - SMINK

  • 7 Million
  • Sweden
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Smart Industry Kalmar County - SMINK
Company Name Industrial Development Center in Kalmar AB
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 7 Million
Project Detail

The overall goal of the project is to strengthen sustainable growth and increased competitiveness in Kalmar Countys technology SME. Project goals are increased competence of Kalmar Countys technology SME in Smart Industry, Action Plan 2, three of four focus areas: - Industry 4.0, - Sustainable production - Test bed Sweden. The projects target group is Kalmar Countys technology SME with growth potential (industrial companies in wood, metal, glass, food, textile, plastic, IT) The project is based on conducting company visits to technology SMEs, and via challenge-driven dialogue with the help of the IUCs analysis tool TBN (Growth in Existing Nutrition) identify development needs as a basis for proposing initiatives. The initiatives are directed directly to the companies in the form of digitization programs (kickstart and indigo), coaching in sustainable production and offering the companies specialist expertise from academia and research institutes. The projects expected results and benefits at the end of the project period are that most of the participating companies have begun a growth journey within the framework of Smart Industry, Action Plan 2. The projects expected effects in the long term is that the companies are seen as an attractive employer, attractive partner, and work with investments on new technology, research and sustainability issues.

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Company Name Industrial Development Center in Kalmar AB
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 39236 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Stefan Karlsson Telnr/Telephone number 0730-89 01 04
Email stefan.karlsson@iuc-kalmar.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Visit Dalarna AB

Sustainable and Digital service innovation in the tourism industry in Dalarna

  • 15 Million
  • Sweden
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Sustainable and Digital service innovation in the tourism industry in Dalarna
Company Name Visit Dalarna AB
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 15 Million
Project Detail

The purpose of the project is to contribute to the realization of the goals set in the tourism industry Dalarnas Strategy 2030. The project activities will result in the development of tools / methods / templates and carry out activities to create innovative solutions, primarily based on Strategy 2030s overall focus areas Sustainability and digitizing. The tools should facilitate the companies willingness to innovate and develop so that they themselves work with their development. The project is a collaborative project between Visit Dalarna AB, Center for Visiting Industries Research / Dalarna University and Visiting Research College Dalarna. By developing a common vision and strategy for the tourist industry cluster in Dalarna, the visitor industry is being developed so that more business, both nationally and internationally, is created, thereby increasing sales and employment in Dalarna. Project objective To strengthen the innovation capacity of the tourism industry in Dalarna. ¿By more companies collaborating within the cluster that stimulates innovations and product renewal in a structured and systemic way with models industry-adapted for a sustainable visitor industry in Dalarna Sub-target - increase digitization by 150 companies undergoing digital transformation - increase sustainability by sustainability marking 10 destinations - increase innovation capacity via analysis and knowledge transfer. The project will work together with Visit Dalarnas local business developer, which facilitates contact with the companies. 1. Sustainability. - Sustainability labeling: 10 destinations must implement Sustainability labeling based on a quality labeling system for tourist destinations in Norway. In the model, both the private and the public are involved. The model contains a number of criteria, primarily in the environmental area, but also gender equality and diversity, as well as tourism economic impact on the companies and the local community. -Digital sustainability tool: The participating companies will be offered a digital sustainability tool that accommodates all 3 horizontal criteria. -New business models: Collaboration partner Dalarna University will investigate the conditions for new business models for companies / organizations daily activities in order to contribute to the financing of recreation managers, such as bicycles, scooters, etc. and which ensure sustainable development of nature tourism. 2.Digitalization Through digital transformation, accessibility of the Dalarna supply will increase. The work in the project will renew and adapt the companies working methods, communication, sales and reception using digital technology. It is about improving the distribution of existing and new products in national and international markets. Activities include analyzes of market players and platforms, as well as inspiration, lectures and workshops for the companies. 3. Analysis and knowledge dissemination Analyzes and knowledge mediation should focus on Business Intelligence - knowledge that can be translated into future business. The projects expected results and benefits at the end of the project period - By investing in visitor industry development in Dalarna, the project contributes to gender equality, integration and sustainability, as the hospitality industry contributes to a gender equality labor market and entry work for young and new arrivals, especially in rural areas. - The hospitality industry contributes to the maintenance and creation of social services and jobs in small towns with a limited labor market. - The projects target group strengthens its competitiveness through participation in the projects activities. - The target group will have undergone a digital transformation. - The target group will have a focus on sustainability work. - The project has strengthened Visit Dalarnas regional leadership for the tourism industry in Dalarna.

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Company Name Visit Dalarna AB
Address Beneficiary postal code / Beneficiary postal code 79530 Support recipient country / Beneficiary country Sweden Project leader / Project leader Lotta Magnusson Telnr/Telephone number 070 520 79 59
Email lotta.magnusson@visitdalarna.se
Web Site https://projektbank.tillvaxtverket.se/projektbanken2020#page=76150736-06ea-4f56-b3cf-a2503d23d9ff

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Ministry of Industry and SMEs

Support to MSME Growth Competitiveness and Access to Finance

  • 30 Million
  • Guinea
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Support to MSME Growth Competitiveness and Access to Finance
Company Name Ministry of Industry and SMEs
Funded By 106
Country Guinea , Western Africa
Project Value 30 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the Support to MSME Growth, Competitiveness and Access to Finance Project is to support micro, small and medium enterprises’ access to markets and access to finance in the Conakry urban area. There are four components to the project, the first component being Support entrepreneurship and MSME Development. This component includes three subcomponents: MSME business development services, connect MSMEs to sales contract opportunities, and support to entrepreneurship and ecosystem providers. The second component is the support financial infrastructure. This component will help set up a retail payment platform connecting financial institutions, making it more efficient for them to provide funding to businesses at a lower cost. Digital data derived from financial transactions processed by the new platform will feed into scoring mechanisms that allow for creditworthiness evaluation of micro-entrepreneurs. The national switch platform has the potential to address the asymmetry of information hampering access to credit. Beyond interoperability, digital platforms today can provide consumer data and analytics that are used as decision-making tools by lenders. This component includes four subcomponents: retail payment infrastructure, digitization of microfinance activities, strengthening credit reporting, and creation of an electronic collateral registry for lending and leasing. The third component is to develop financial services tailored toward MSMEs. This component includes three subcomponents: risk sharing facility, technical assistance, and equity investment ecosystem. Finally, the fourth component is the project management and monitoring. The component will also finance TA to support project implementation costs for procurement, FM, communication, and the monitoring and evaluation (M and E) of the project. It will include operational expenditures, consultant Read Less»

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Company Name Ministry of Industry and SMEs
Address Sarah Zekri, Mariama Cire Sylla
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P164283?lang=en

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