The Regional Government of Andalucia represents AEBR in the Euro-Mediterranean Regional and Local Assembly (ARLEM) since its constitution on the initiative of the CoR in 2010.
ARLEM’s 12th plenary session last 22 February appointed the Junta de Andalucía as rapporteur on Innovative ecosystems and start-ups in the Mediterranean as a means of recovering from the COVID-19 crisis.
Various coordination meetings and exchanges between the CoR, its framework contractor, Andalucía, and AEBR have taken place to prepare a consultation to ARLEM members, which is accessible here in English, French, and Arabic. Interested AEBR members and partners can also contribute by sending their answers to the following questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are the 4 questions:
1. What are the main obstacles to entrepreneurship in the Mediterranean? What is the impact of COVID-19 on the different actors of the entrepreneurship ecosystems, especially on entrepreneurs and investors who are the main actors for the generation of startups, jobs and development? How has COVID-19 transformed the relationships between the different actors of the ecosystem and what new challenges and opportunities have arisen?
2. Do you know of any good practices or success cases among entrepreneurship, innovation and technology investment ecosystems within or outside your region or city that could be exportable at regional level in the Mediterranean?
3. Do you consider that there are initiatives underway at institutional level at supranational, national, regional or local level that can strengthen the ecosystem of entrepreneurship, innovation and technological investment in the Mediterranean?
4. What recommendations do you think ARLEM can offer to strengthen and achieve greater integration in the entrepreneurship, innovation and technological investment ecosystems in the Mediterranean?
Please send your written reply per email to email@example.com
If you have any comment, please get in contact with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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