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GROW

Kathy Vuillaume,


Programme Manager


GROW Partner Fair in the Netherlands,


18 January 06




INTERREG IIIC


Regional Framework Operation 2005
-
7

Key Objectives


GROW is a 7.5 million euros INTERREG IIIC between

South East England, Andalucia, Emilia
-
Romagna, Noord
-
Brabant
and Malopolska


For the joint implementation of the Lisbon agenda


Sustainable growth and ‘not growth at all cost’


3 themes open to bidders:

Green Growth
-

Environment

Business Growth
-

Business Co
-
operation, innovation & entrepreneurship

Inclusive Growth
-

Employment and social inclusion




Support up to 18
-
25 multinational projects

Eligible Projects


Combination of networking and pilot initiatives


to achieve a more balanced and


sustainable economic growth



Target of
18
-
25 multinational projects



Projects can run until November 07



Minimum of:


2 partner regions involved for


Green Growth and Business Growth projects


Minimum of 2 partner regions involved for Inclusive Growth projects

Programme Outcome

Update of Regional Policies and Strategies.

People

Planet

Profit

Grow

Management Structure

of the Programme

INTERREG III C
SECRETARIAT

GROW SECRETARIAT

based in SEEDA

Programme Manager

Contract Officer

Communication &
network Officer

REGIONAL
CORRESPONDENT

Andalucia

Emilia
-
Romagna

Malopolska

South East
England

REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

INTERNATIONAL
STEERING

COMMITTEE

International
Independent

appraisers

International
Thematic Working
Groups

REGIONAL
CORRESPONDENT

REGIONAL
CORRESPONDENT

REGIONAL
CORRESPONDENT

Noord
-
Brabant

REGIONAL
CORRESPONDENT

REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

REGIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

Green Growth

Exploring new ways of reducing the impact on our environment, that
can arise from economic growth within sucessful regions, which leads
to significant pressure on natural resources and the de
-
copling og
economic growth and environment degradation. Work towards the
guidelines of the Kyoto agreement.


7 sub
-
themes

-

Budget 2.5 millions

-

Sustainable construction


-

Brownfield regeneration


-

Waste management


-

Environmentally

friendly means of travel


-

Resource management


-

Environmental Management System


-

Flood risk management



Sustainable Construction:

Building for the future


Partnership:
UK and Spain
.


Association of South East Colleges (AOSEC),


Environment Agency, LSC, SEEDA,


F.L. de la Construccion Andalucia



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Undertake a review of construction curriculum’s with FE and identify
opportunities to include social and environmental considerations


-

Develop case studies and examples of good practice, promoted to target
audience


-

Develop «

how to

» guides for FE


-

Organise seminars & joint events to raise awareness


-

Design new training programmes in waste management and sustainable
building



Total Grant
: 226000 euros

Sustainable Construction:

A blue print for the Planning and Purchasing
Policies for Sustainable Built Development


Partnership:
3 countries UK, Spain and Poland.

Environment Centre (tEC), Hampshire County

Council, Cracow University of Technology,

Intituto Andaluz de Technologica



Key Objectives/deliverables:



-

Create a blueprint for planning and purchasing in relation to sustainable
built development


-

Target group: local authorities and business communities


-

Formulate recommendations for policies


upgrade of regional spatial and
environmental policy



Total Grant
: 289250 euros

Sustainable Construction:

Pilot programme for sustainable construction


Partnership:
UK and Spain. South East Centre


for the Built Environment (SECBE), Diputacion


Provincial de Huelva



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Pilot for industry best practices in sustainable design and construction,
optimising construction methods, water and energy efficiency


-

Network of professionals disseminating international best practices via
the organisation of forums & seminars




Total Grant
: 261 650 euros

Flood risk management:

FLORISPRE
-

Citizen risk prevention”


Partnership:
UK, Spain, Italy. Environment Agency,


Empresa de Gestion Medio Ambiental SA,


Municipality of Piacenza



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Community based approach to education with the development of
multimedia tools (DVD, toolkit, web site, guide and travelling exhibitions)
being develop to raise awareness on flood risks prevention and
management


-

Deliverables easily transferable to other regions. Promotion of the project
at the «

Green Week

» in Brussels in 2006 and 2007




Total Grant
: 164 000 euros

Business Growth

Exploring methods of developing a knowledge
-
based economy through
knowledge, innovation and business dynamism creating wealth and
employment while preserving the quality of the environment.


6 Sub
-
themes

-

Budget 2.5 millions

-

Support

and

implementation

of

programmes

in

fields

of

the

creation

and

development

of

high

tech

companies


-

Encouraging

a

culture

of

entrepreneurship

-

Mechanisms

to

support

cluster

development

and

their

internationalisation


-

Actions

to

enhance

technology

transfer

from

universities,

research

centres

and

large

companies

-

Encourage

interregional

trading

and

optimising

the

integration

of

the

supply

chain

-

Development

of

a

high

quality

workforce
-

anticipating

skill

gaps

-

encouraging

mobility


Incubation :

GROWENTERPRISE




Partnership:
UK, Spain, Poland and the Netherlands.


SEEDA Enterprise Hub network, Chamber of Commerce


and Industry of Seville, Fundacja inkubator Technologiczny


BPCC, NV Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschppij



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

To improve the experience and performance of those involved in helping
business to start
-
up and grow (Incubation director etc)


-

To support start
-
up companies in their «

internationalisation

» process and
to provide contacts and new business opportunities : cross
-
cultural
seminars, business coaching, International Meet the Buyers in Krakow etc..




Total Grant
: 328192 euros

Technology transfer :

BBAS


Bridging business and science”




Partnership:
UK, Poland and Spain. University of Surrey, University of
Greenwich, University Foundation of the Development of the Province of
Cordoba, Jagiellonian University



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Knowledge transfer activities focus on 4 key sectors: biotech/health, ICT,
new materials and technologies, environmental solutions.

-
Technology transfer mechanism exploed amongst the participative reigons
and Path Finder groups established comprising businesses from targeted
sectors, academic/researchers and students/recent graduates involved in
the comercialisation of research

-
Outputs: Knowledge transfer partnership agreement signed between
regions




Total Grant
: 347 245 euros

Trading :

Growing trade and innovation




Partnership:
UK, Poland, the Netherlands.


UKTI, 6 BL, SE Chamber of Commerce, Set Squared, University of
Southampton, Oxford Brookes University, Portmouth University, Innovation
Relay Center South East, European Information Centre Kent, South Area
EIC, Thames Valley Economic partnership, CTT PK, Brabant Regional
Development Agency, EUNite



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Organise 3 major international business match
-
making events for high
tech SMES held in England in May 2006, in Malopolska in September
2006, in Noord
-
Brabaant in Many 2007


-

Match
-
making web site for SMEs available in all languages




Total Grant
: 295420 euros

Inclusive Growth

Explore ways of encouraging growth within an inclusive society, facilitating
intra
-
regional disparities between communities in terms of the access to
employment and working towards work
-
life balance and quality of life.


5 Sub
-
themes

-

Budget 1 million

-

Models

and

best

practices

in

human

resource

management

-

Urban

Renaissance
-

promote

and

mainstream

ways

of

engaging

local

communities

in

shaping

proposals

for

new

development

in

their

area

-

Research

into

labour

market

functionality

in

diverse

and

complex

regions,

models

to

maximise

employment

and

skills

opportunities,

and

making

best

use

of

labour

including

target

groups

and

deprived

areas

-

Development

of

social

enterprises,

whose

primary

objective

is

to

deliver

social

or

environmental

benefit




-
Innovative

forms

of

public
-
private
-
community

partnerships

to

promote

social

inclusion
.


Social Enterprise :

“ A model of entrepreneurship

for the socially excluded”




Partnership:
UK, Spain, Italy. Fundacion red andalucia Emprende,
Enham and Form.Art.Soc.Cons.ARL



Key Objectives/deliverables:


-

Benchmarking and exchange of best practices between partner regions
on models to support and encourage the socially excluded and
disadvantage groups to become sucessful entrepreneurs


-

Development of a training and awareness programme for disadvantaged
groups: disabled people, ex
-
offenders, women/alone parents, BEMs
-

Link
with social Enterprise/Gateways


-

Outputs: 16 new start
-
ups created




Total Grant
: 212 000 euros

1
st

Call


24 bids received


8 projects recommended



All regions participating / most active ones being Spain and the UK



Emergence of a group of projects with linkages



58% of the budget is committed

UK
Spain
Italy
Poland
Netherlands
Priorities for the 2
nd

call


Spain will exclusively fund projects under Inclusive Growth


For the UK: prioirities is given to the sub
-
themes of the programme
not yet taken up but will also consider other sub
-
themes if funds
available


For Italy: all themes


For the Netherlands: priority given to Green Growth and Inclusive
Growth projects but will also consider Business Growth projects if
funds available


For Poland: priority given to Green Growth and Inclusive Growth
projects but will also consider Business Growth projects if
fundsavailable

How to apply & funding regime


Down load the application forms and programme handbook from

the GROW web site:
www.grow3C.com



Contact your Regional Correspondents and the GROW Secretariat
-

Put a partner search request through the web site



Quarterly reporting on
-
line using a secure area on the Grow web site



6 month audited report compiled by the leader and sent to the GROW
Secretariat




Payment in rear by your Regional Authorities in local currency



Your Contacts in Region

For Andalucia: Miguel Presencio Fernandez

e: miguel.presencio
@
juntadeandalucia.es


For Emilia
-
Romagna: Maria Paola Dosi

e: LFacca@Regione.Emilia
-
Romagna.it


For Malopolska: Aneta Widak

e: awid

@
malopolska.mw.gov.pl


For Noord
-
Brabant: Rob de Groot

e: RdeGroot

@
brabant.nl


For South East England: Kathy Vuillaume: Programme Manager

Pascale Waschnig, Network Officer

Alison Partridge, Contract Manager


grow
@seeda.co.uk


THANK YOU


www.grow3C.com