Taftie Task Force SoftPower has published its reports
The Taftie Task Force SoftPower, in which seventeen member organsiations participated, carried out a roadmap of activities for developing research and extensive dialogue across Europe between September 2019 and April 2019. The purpose has been to develop a clear picture of the non-financial support services provided by innovation agencies and, to better understand the competences and skills required to deliver and improve them.
Research was conducted as part of the TAFTIE Taskforce to develop a clear picture of the non-financial support services provided by innovation agencies, and to better understand the competencies and skills required to deliver them. The report focuses on the findings of a bespoke survey that was designed and implemented with TAFTIE members in 2018, as well as a series of qualitative interviews, workshops and focus groups conducted in 2018 and 2019. The innovation agencies included in the study are: ANI (Portugal); Bpifrance (France); Business Finland; CDTI (Spain); ENEA (Italy); Enterprise Estonia; Enterprise Ireland; FFG (Austria); VLAIO (Belgium); Hamag-Bicro (Croatia); Innosuisse (Switzerland); Innovate UK; Innovation Fund Serbia; Innovation Norway; ISERD Israel; Luxinnovation (Luxembourg); MITA (Lithuania); NKFIH (Hungary); RVO (Netherlands); PtJ Juelich (Germany); SPIRIT Slovenia; TACR (Czech Republic); TTGV (Turkey); Vinnova (Sweden). Report