The general objective of the TEXGLOBAL project is to support the growth, competitiveness and industrial modernisation of European Textile enterprises in long run by enhancing its innovation capacity.
SMEs of European Textile sectors have to confront daily with an increasing competition. SMEs have it increasingly integrate their activities into global value chains by mean of new cooperation. A partnership composed of main Textile clusters in Europe will allow toprovide SMEs with specialised business support services such specific abs strategical contacts from the target market, the organisation on international study visits, partnering missions, matchmaking events and incoming events.
The activities of TEXGLOBAL project will support European SMSEs to identify growh opportunities worldwide, raise their excellence and innovation capacities in a global ecosystem. Textile industry sustainability is based on the innovation process that bring new products, applications, markets, production processes and services, and in this project will be transferred to SMEs the importance and, tan the methodology, to find a tight partner to develop, prototype and produce an Innovative Globally competitive material, product or service.
The TEXGLOBAL internationalisation strategy for SMEs address the following countries: Mexico, USA and Vietnam.
- Collaboration activities with international partners in targeted markets (missions to technological centres, universities, innovative industries; matchmaking events; pilot operational collaboration project to further develop of innovative products)
- Business agreement to develop innovative solutions in strategic thematic areas
- Generation of innovation, technology transfer and business models, by the transnational exchange of textile based solutions and innovation process theories and bet practise.
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