Supporting the Smart Specialization Approach in the Silver Economy to Increase Regional Innovation Capacity and Sustainable Growth


January 2019 -
June 2021
1. Innovation 1.2 Smart specialisation

OSIRIS

The silver economy related to products and services aiming at the elderly creates considerable business opportunities. The OSIRIS project designs an innovative cooperation model to improve smart specialisation approaches and market uptake of innovative products and services dedicated to the elderly, e.g. in the health sector. Smart Silver Labs in five regions around the Baltic Sea support innovation actors in generating new silver products and services viable to the market. The project sets up a digital hub to ensure exchange of new knowledge and business schemes across the borders.

Budgets

Total
€ 2.38
million
Erdf
€ 1.69
million
Eni + Russia
€ 0.23
million
Norway
€ 0.00
million

PARTNERS

CONTACTS

Project manager

Häme University of Applied Sciences

Marina Weck

+358 3 6462565

Legal representative

Häme University of Applied Sciences

Pertti Puusaari

+358 3 6464220

Financial manager

Häme University of Applied Sciences

Toni Pulliainen

+358505764221

Communication manager

Häme University of Applied Sciences

Botond Vereb-Dér

+358403250143