Highlights by Carmen Herrero, Chief of Service of Economic Development, Employment, Commerce and European Projects of the municipality of Alzira, Spain
A technical workshop took place in the Universitat Politècnica de València, focused on small and medium enterprises, as well as research and technological organisations, to share the lessons learnt during the implementation of PROMINENT MED. The main highlights of the experts who participated in the panels are gathered in the following lines.
Carmen Herrero, Chief of Service of Economic Development, Employment, Commerce and European Projects of the municipality of Alzira, Spain, highlighted the opportunities of learning that PROMINENT MED has brought to the municipality of Alzira.
- One of the advantages of getting involved in the project was to have the collaboration of other stakeholders to solve the difficulties found in the way.
- The administration MUST innovate, as a way of working to promote the mechanism to adapt to unmet necessities of the future society.
- It was also a good chance to develop coordination among departments inside the administration which worked usually in non-communicated departments, i.e. procurement, architects, engineering and economic intervention.
- In addition, the project has served as an experiential learning to help continue replicating and transferring the knowledge to other necessities.
More experts to come and share knowledge about Public Procurement on Innovation in the following posts. Be aware!