Local Business Support Organizations
A central element in the ADSA project is building on best practice from previous projects and initiatives from around Europe which have supported startups going international. Our aim is to help create an ecosystem where entrepreneurs can find the support, access, tools and skills they need to go global. Local Business Support Organizations (BSO) which have a better understanding of these methodologies and needs play a vital role. To this end we have gathered, analysed and presented examples of good practice in the form of case studies, you can follow the links below for the 5 case studies in the series.
Throughout the project, all partners will involve the business support actors from their Startup Ecosystems, to help share their know how with others and increase their own capacity to provide these services. BSOs can learn and implement methodologies and tools adapted to the needs of this fast growing sector. They can build relationships with other organizations across countries to facilitate the access of Digital Startups to new international markets.
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La Cantine is a non-profit organisation which aims to connect companies and individuals in the fields of the web and digital innovation in the Loire region.
An accelerator with an innovative and “born global” vocation, which planned to support the set-up of 10 startups through an acceleration programme held in four ecosystems.
Developed and tested a methodology for the internationalisation of companies from SUDOE Area (France, Portugal and Spain) in cooperation with partners from Brazil and USA with 99 companies from ICT, Biotech and Greentech sectors.
A programme aimed at advising the 10 most promising scale-ups in Andalusia in order to take advantage of the opportunities posed by the European Single Market Strategy
iFactory West was a tailored business and innovation support programme aimed at small and micro businesses that had ambitions to grow, compete and succeed internationally.