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SILVER SMEs publishes its third newsletter!

 

Did you know that approximatively 70% of the EU’s older adults agree that developing products and services responding to their needs will become a key driver of the economy? This is why SILVER SMEs is investigating interconnections between SMEs in the silver economy and local authorities in rural areas!

The SILVER SMEs project is celebrating its first birthday with the publication of its third newsletter. During the last 6 months, project partners collected good practices across Europe. From housing to well-being and ICT, these initiatives can help in understanding how public policies can support SMEs in the silver economy to develop their services in rural and mountainous areas.

Alongside the third partners’ meeting, an international conference was also organized in Tolmin, Slovenia, in May 2019, to capture business opportunities arising from Active Ageing. The conference was an opportunity to learn about challenges in the silver economy in Slovenia and to discover more initiatives thanks to the inputs of local stakeholders. Slovenian policymakers also presented their views on the future development of the sector in the country.

Read here the entire newsletter for more information on the project’s activities and to find out where are the next events on Silver Economy!

Did you miss something? Catch up with SILVER SMEs’ first and second newsletters and subscribe to receive the next ones directly in your mailbox!

 

About SILVER SMEs

The SILVER SMEs project aims to support regional policies in rural and mountainous areas by enlightening the potential for SMEs to develop new innovative products and services of benefit and joy for a senior population. By supporting the development of new SMEs in the Silver Economy, an intrinsic objective is to stimulate growth and competitiveness of rural areas and mountainous areas. Have a look here at the SILVER SMEs project’s brochure!

This 5-years Interreg Europe project was launched in June 2018. The project leader is the Spanish province of Teruel, and the other 8 project partners come from Ireland, Slovenia, Portugal, Spain, France, Sweden and Poland.

 

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4 June 2019

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FINAL COUNTDOWN 😱
From Monday and until yesterday, we have been very busy attending our 3rd General Assembly. We have been working very hard during these three years and we are very excited for our last year of project. We will keep you updated!🙃
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We are today at @mbs_2019 in Tarbes, where our President intervenes on mountains resilience in the face of #ClimateChange !

Have you had a look on our database of #socialinnovation in #rural areas lately?We have updated it! And we LOVE how it looks like now 🥰 @lachicadelDyane has just presented these changes to the General Assembly and you can take a look at it on our website👉https://t.co/1nSAjlIORs

How to address rural depopulation in mountain areas?👉Have a look at this interesting article written by Blandine Camus (@Euromontana)
https://t.co/dj71MwU1kL

📢📢You are a small farmer or forester? The @EIPAGRI_SP is seeking for your voices for its workshop "Smart is smart"! Innovation is crucial to develop circular wood and food chains in mountain areas, so it's time to share your experiences!
Register ➡️ https://t.co/4sSDYZ9R4g

Involved in mountain #SustainableTourism? @EU_ENV published digital toolkits on green tourist accomodations to help you out in promoting your initiatives!
👉 Toolkits: https://t.co/8Qt7gSlXyY
👉 Good practices from green hostels in mountain areas: https://t.co/SBt08tcJ8C

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