INNOSPARK Project presents its unique creativity and innovation boosting tools! - Final Evaluation Conference in the UK
The Final Evaluation Conference of the InnoSpark project took place in Plymouth, on 15/09/2017, hosted by Europa Training Ltd. On that occasion, project partners presented the project's oputputs for boosting innovation and creativity in the ICT sector.
To respond to the new challenges of the quickly changing market, INNOSPARK project set the overall aim to spark creativity thinking skills in ICT SMEs, so as to foster innovation and contribute to increasing the growth and competitiveness of European high-tech industries.
To this end, a set of unique tools have been developped for boosting creativity and innovation, that are mutually interlinked and complementing each other, all of them grounded on creativity areas contributing to boosting creativity.
- As a first step, with the help of the ‘Self-Diagnostic Test’ ICT SMEs can assess their level of creativity skills and identify areas for improvement.
- Based on the results, the ‘InnoSpark Toolkit’ offers a personalized practical training with the help of which ICT SMEs can enhance their competitiveness and the innovation capacity
- The third InnoSpark product, the ‘Compendium of Best Practices and Innovation’ helps ICT SMEs to learn from the successful experience of peer companies which have faced similar sectoral challenges but thrived on knowledge, skills, innovation and creativity.
All InnoSpark project products are available in e-format and can be downloaded from the InnoSpark project’s website.