Mazovia Development Agency Plc is a leader in the project Public4MSME - "Sharing economy model as a resource for SMEs during COVID-19 recovery time" under the Bratislava's International Visegrad Fund. The following partners in the project are NGO Agency of European Innovations (AEI) - Ukraine, Secondary Technical School of Electrical Engineering (SPŠE) - Slovakia, Foundation for Enterprise Development in HB County - Hungary and Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova. The project aims to strengthen the SMEs in urban areas during the ongoing recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only facing the current problems but also the project is planned to work in the phase of expected economic recovery. The Public4MSME is a response to the expected greater involvement of the public sphere in saving companies. Therefore, together with partners from the Visegrad region, we want to collect best practices in that field. As a result, a "Case Study Folder" will be created - a catalogue of examples of sharing public resources with SMEs, implemented at the local level, described according to detailed criteria including the purpose, characteristics and guidelines regarding the possibility of transferring to other cities. In other words, each partner will analyze the current state of knowledge on activities that supports companies during the COVID-19 pandemic and collect a specific list of case studies. Mazovia Development Agency will gather all of them in a total of 30 examples (also from Mazowieckie Voivodeship). 

By implementing this project, we want to encourage public institutions in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship: city halls, culture and education institutions, universities and research institutions and others to share knowledge and ideas that fit into the Sharing Economy model. More information about the project: www.public4sme.EU The project team: Department of Urban Policy and Innovation Michał Klepka, Patrycja Laskus,

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Zespół projektowy:
Dział Polityki Miejskiej i Innowacyjności
Michał Klepka,
Patrycja Laskus,

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. 

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