Author: Nikola Benin
LIVERUR aims at expanding an extremely innovative business model called Living Labs among the rural regions. Living labs are user-centred, open-innovation ecosystems often operating in a territorial context, integrating concurrent research and innovation process within a public-private partnership. The basis for the strategic development of a rural Living Lab is in establishing a sustainable stakeholder partnership; users, policy-makers, companies, researchers enter into agreements on the basis of which they may engage in longer term collaboration.
Extensive report on the comparison between entrepreneurial traditional approaches, advantages and disadvantages, and the new revolutionary approach of Living Labs
Strategy for gradual shift toward the Living Lab approach
Training activities for entrepreneurs and regional development energy on the new concept of open innovation and Living Lab approach.
Deep knowledge of the new approach called Living Labs
Implementation of shifting plan from traditional to more innovative approach in the rural sector
Increase of entrepreneurs knowledge about rural business models and alternative approaches.