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Welcome
 
 
... Welcome to the official NEEBOR website. The project has grown out from the Network of Eastern External Border Regions, a wide European initiative aimed at the collaboration of regions from European Union countries on its external borders, which decided to work more closely together and to elaborate joint actions for their common challenges. The project has 12 partners - representative regional bodies from eight European countries, and intends to involve further interested European and non-European partners in their activities.
The core elements of successful Small and Medium Enterprises development and innovation policies in these areas are cross-border business cooperation with non-European neighboring countries, and better access to knowledge and financing for SMEs in periphery areas. Good practices and the special opportunities in these common fields should be better exploited and strengthened. That is why the overall objective of the NEEBOR project is to exchange and exploit solutions for a more competitive and innovative SME sector while increasing the efficiency of regional SME development and innovation policies in the external border areas.

 

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NEEBOR Winter 2011 Newsletter is published!

The NEEBOR INTERREG IVC project has published its Winter 2011 Edition of its Newsletter.

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Network

The main objective of the network is to increase the awareness of EU institutions, member states, regions and local authorities and civil organizations on both sides of the borders of the weaknesses and strengths of the cross-border region. NEEBOR will serve as a platform for open dialogue and coordination of joint actions and initiatives in order to promote the exchange of good practices and enhance cooperation and synergy in the regions.


 
 
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Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund within the INTERREG IV C programme.