Maximising on the opportunities available in the EU ecosystem regarding EU SME collaboration with third countries and entities; ADELVE has recently proceeded with an innovative collaboration proposal submission with AVOMA Group (South Africa Region).
The INNOWWIDE pilot call intends to bring European highly innovative SMEs to the forefront of international markets by opening two calls that will allow them to conduct Viability Assessment Projects (VAPs) in cooperation with local stakeholders. It will, then, create the conditions to increase the uptake of European innovative solutions in markets outside of Europe.
Viability Assessment Projects (VAPs) are a comprehensive, balanced and coherent set of preliminary technical, market, legal and socioeconomic assessments intended to validate the viability of international, innovative businesses solutions along emerging global value chains.
ADELVE has collaborated with AVOMA Group, of Swaziland and has submitted an innovative call proposal that merges Business Driven Research with local-social and economic impact.
The proposal touches on the needs of local secondary ecosystems in the Kingdom of Swaziland for primary medical services, in the form of micro- dispensaries; under an innovative cluster.
ADELVE has engulfed and evoked the primary pillars and objectives of the current call, by engaging into a direct transfer of knowledge and expertise into a third country and collaborating closely with a local Industry Specialist into developing and delivering an innovative VAP output; thus providing the necessary quality information for a viable business service - process.
Special thanks to Dr. Andreas Lambrianou of AVOMA Group who has led the preliminary consultation and collaboration sessions with ADELVE. (www.avomagroup.com)