The P4SME opening meeting focused on social innovation and sustainable business models
On 14 September, a kick-off meeting of the Peer for People, Planet, Profit in SME (P4SME) project took place at FUNDECYT-PCTEX in Badajoz, Spain.
The P4SME project has three partners -–Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Johanneberg Science Park (Sweden) and FUNDECYT Science and Technology Park of Extremadura (Spain) who share several working groups in one year, environmental, economic) and which would be more beneficial for science parks in their day-to-day work by working with small and large companies.
The aim of the project development workshops is to learn about other science and technology park best practices and to analyze how this can be adapted more widely to provide better services and help businesses integrate sustainability into their business strategies.
The focus of the September meeting was on people and partners sharing their best practices in the field. The FUNDECYT-PCTEX presentation was a social accelerator towards sustainable business models that can have a social impact. Johanneberg Science Park announced how they have previously provided expert advice in the field of social innovation and social impact. Tehnopol learned about how data-based alternative mobility solutions could add value behind the city.
P4SME is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under Grant Agreement No. 970887.