EU-funded SME4SMARTCITIES launches survey on main challenges faced by Mediterranean cities

April 7, 2020
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SME4SMARTCITIES has just launched a survey targeting representative cities in the Mediterranean area to better understand what are the main economic, social and environmental problems and challenges they faced, and (if existing) the actual solutions they are applying to reduce/correct their impact.

More specifically, this study seeks to assess the potential for collaboration between municipalities and businesses to promote smart innovation, urban well-being and sustainability.

The results of the survey will be used by the SME4SMARTCITIES project to understand which are the most needed solutions in terms of smart innovation for Mediterranean cities.

The SME4SMARTCITIES project (Mediterranean SME working together to make cities smarter) is funded under the ENI CBC Med Programme. It aims at enhancing the collaboration between public authorities and SMEs to make the Mediterranean cities more efficiently managed and more livable for communities. The project will help cities be the front-runners of innovation, and support Mediterranean SMEs in order to guarantee that their products and services meet the expectations and needs of smart cities.


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Countries covered:

  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Palestine *