As a RUN-EU associated partner, you’re making history with us
Our partnerships are essential for us to achieve our goals.
They advise us on the most urgent and important challenges of our regions.
They help us create opportunities for students and researchers to thrive.
And they show us what the future holds and what kind of skills our students will need to face such a fast-changing labour market.
By involving associated partners from each country drawn from industry and enterprise, regional government, and society in our alliance, we’re boosting the economy and ensuring the maximum relevance and impact of our activities for sustainable regional development.
Together, we’ll secure a sustainable future for our regions and build a European Zone for Interregional Development.
The Associated Partner Advisory Board
Our associated partners have been selected from a broad range of industry representative bodies, small and medium enterprise organisations, national and regional entrepreneurial and innovation agencies, regional government agencies, regional and national social innovation and cultural bodies and agencies.
They compose our Associated Partner Advisory Board, which advises RUN-EU on societal engagement affairs.
Every year, four representatives of the Associated Partner Advisory Board meet at the RUN-EU General Assembly to advise the Management Committee and Coordinator.
|Centro Regional Coordination and Development Commission (CCDR-C)||Public body||Portugal|
|Norte Regional Coordination and Development Commission (CCDR-N)||Public body||Portugal|
|Clare County Council||Public body||Ireland|
|Limerick City and County Council||Public body||Ireland|
|Roscommon County Council||Public body||Ireland|
|Regional Council of Häme||Public body||Finland|
|Province of Fryslan||Public body||The Netherlands|
|Municipality of Győr||Municipality||Hungary|
Business and Economy
|NERLEI Entrepreneurial Association of the Leiria Region||NGO||Portugal|
of Public Interest
|Limerick Chamber of Commerce||Public Body||Ireland|
|AUDI Hungária Zrtt||Enterprise||Hungary|
|Dutch TechZone||NGO||The Netherlands|
Education, Skills Development, Society and Culture
|OECD Higher Education Policy Team and the Labour Market Relevance and Outcomes of Higher Education Project||Policy Unit||France|
|Agência para a Competitividade e Inovação (IAPMEI)||Public Body||Portugal|
|Irish Development Agency Ireland||Semi-State Body||Ireland|
|Limerick for Engineering / Explore Engineering||NGO||Ireland|
|Midlands Regional Skills Forum||Enterprise – Upskilling Training||Ireland|
|TUS Athlone – Enterprise Forum||Enterprise – Higher education||Ireland|
|Győr Philharmonic Orchestra||NGO||Hungary|
|Tourism Collective Friesland||NGO||The Netherlands|
|Pädagogische Hochschule Vorarlberg (PH Vorarlberg)||Higher Education Institution||Austria|
Discovery Programme and European Innovation Hubs
|International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)||Research Centre||Portugal|
|ADAPT||Research Centre – Enterprise||Ireland|
|Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructures and Nanodevices (CRANN) – Trinity College Dublin||University||Ireland|
|CONFIRM||Research Centre – Enterprise||Ireland|
|Innovate Limerick||Public Body||Ireland|
|Irish Bioeconomy Foundation||NGO||Ireland|
|Centre of Expertise Water Technology / WaterCampus Leeuwarden||Research Centre||The Netherlands|
|National Test Center Circular Plastics||NGO||The Netherlands|
|Wirtschafts-Standort Vorarlberg GmbH (WISTO)||NGO||Austria|
Are you a representative from an SME organisation, national and regional entrepreneurial and innovation agency, regional government entity, or regional and national social innovation and cultural body?
Interested in retaining and attracting young talent and correcting existing unfavourable bias in development trends in peripheral EU regions?
Get in touch to collaborate with RUN-EU and contribute to the sustainable development of your European region.