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27 May 14 | Delft University of Tech

RIG meeting Delft/Rotterdam

On May 27th the members of the Regional Implementation Group Delft-Rotterdam gathered in Rotterdam for their fifth meeting. They briefly discussed the preliminary results of the Avilés study visit. After this, they continued their discussion, which they began in January, on the SWOT analysis of the regional incubation system.
Image - PictureBy confronting the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats resulting from the analysis, the Delft team identified a number of fields on which policy interventions should focus. These were discussed by the RIG, in order to specify the focus of the Regional Implementation Plan. Recurrent issues during this discussion were the availability of venture capital and crowd funding, the need for a regional perspective, and the trend to separate working spaces and entrepreneurial support programmes.
Image - Picture The next step will be to translate the identified fields for policy intervention into a policy strategy and concrete policy measures, making use of the practices observed in the various partner regions of InCompass. It was agreed that an outline of this will be discussed at the next meeting, scheduled for september.
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