News for Technopolis Group

UK Space Agency publishes Technopolis evaluation of a decade of funding through the ESA ARTES programme

30th October 2019

Technopolis was commissioned to evaluate the participation of the UK in the European Space Agency’s Advanced Research into Telecommunications (ARTES) programme.  The final study report presents a body of evidence on the activities and outcomes of past UK investment in ARTES and demonstrates the wide-ranging benefits and value for money to inform future decisions.  The…

Social Business Initiative (SBI) follow up: Cooperation between social economy enterprises and traditional enterprises

14th August 2019

This study aims to analyse business cooperation between social economy enterprises and traditional enterprises. It also provides validated recommendations to support this kind of cooperation. The study investigated the different patterns of cooperation explored 16 specific aspects in greater detail identified best practice in EU countries and at an enterprise level The study also compared…

International Landscape Study of Research and Innovation Systems

1st July 2019

This report presents the findings of the International Landscape Study of Research and Innovation Systems, commissioned by Research England and carried out by Technopolis. We have studied the institutional assessment and funding systems for research-performing organisations in 20 research-active countries, with three headline study questions: what research assessment mechanisms are being used? What are the…

Technopolis Group completes evaluation of Business Finland programmes for co-creation and innovative procurement

20th June 2019

Technopolis Group Baltics recently completed evaluation of three Business Finland programmes (Witty city, Smart procurement, Built environment) focusing on co-creation and innovative procurement. Evaluation provided information on what results each of the programmes have created, how well have the objectives set for the programmes been achieved, what impacts they have had, and how relevant, efficient…

An evaluation of UK funding through the ARTES programme

1st June 2019

This study was commissioned to evaluate the participation of the UK in the European Space Agency’s ARTES (Advanced Research into Telecommunications) programme. The study presents a body of evidence on the activities and outcomes of past UK investment in ARTES and demonstrates benefits and value for money to inform future decisions.  It finds, amongst other…

Bold policy actions to tackle some of the biggest European industry competitiveness challenges

18th April 2019

European industry is being tested by increased global competition, weaknesses in industrial structures and problems accessing raw materials. Threats also arise from changing consumer demand, an ageing population, climate change, and on a short-term tension in the world trade system.  Europe’s long-standing challenge to close the productivity gap, especially with the US in areas such…

Fix Europe’s Digital Mentality Gap!

16th April 2019

There is an enormous gap between those EU companies which keep up to date with digital innovation and those which don’t. Fortunately, there is a solution to this economic challenge: digital skills training. The EU’s labour market has been seriously impacted by the digital revolution. Replacement of labour by technologies, creation of new types of…