News for Technopolis Group

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…

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…

Technopolis Group has opened an office in Abidjan

4th February 2019

Technopolis Group has opened an office in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire this January. Karine Kouacou will be the face of Technopolis Group in Africa and liaise with our locally based clients. Technopolis Group’s Africa team now comprises 3 Africa based consultants (Abidjan, Yaoundé, Abuja), a network of preferred experts across the continent and our 25 Europe based…

Technopolis Group to Evaluate 17 Swedish Strategic Innovation Programmes

11th December 2018

The Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems (Vinnova), the Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Formas) and the Swedish Energy Agency have commissioned Technopolis Group to evaluate the 17 Strategic Innovation Programmes (SIPs) that the three agencies co-fund. The goal of the evaluation, to be undertaken along with Sweco Society AB, is…

Technopolis contribution to new Commission report on Monitoring the impact of EU Framework Programmes

30th October 2018

The European Commission has just published a new expert report on ‘Monitoring the impact of EU Framework Programmes’. The report is based on inputs from three monitoring experts, including Technopolitan Alfred Radauer who leads the “Intellectual Property & Standards” (IPS) group at Technopolis Group. The report is largely based on literature review and lessons learned…

Evaluation of the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme (IHP)

25th October 2018

Technopolis has been selected to carry out an independent external evaluation of the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme (IHP) Phase VIII, together with the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP). The evaluation will be looking at the impact of the programme on sustainable water resource management across the globe. Technopolis will be providing strong methodological support…