On 20 April, an online event takes place to present the opportunities of Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) to support companies in their digital transformation. SMEs, start-ups, research and technology organisations, DIHs, and policymakers from all around Europe and beyond are invited to participate.
The ‘DIHs over the borders’ event will take place in MS Teams (online), and is co-organised by Pannon Business Network and PROFACTOR GmbH, in the framework of the EU-funded IMPROVE! and CEUP2030 territorial cooperation projects.
Digital Innovation Hubs are one-stop shops that help companies to become more competitive in their business/production processes and products or services, using digital technologies. They provide access to the latest knowledge, expertise and technology to support their customers with piloting and testing digital innovations. Digital Innovation Hubs also provide business and financing support to implement these innovations, if needed. A DIH is a regional multi-partner cooperation including organisations like research and technology organisations (RTO), universities, industry associations, chambers of commerce, incubators/accelerators, development agencies and governments.
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