Business Models for Flexible and Sustainable Manufacturing

THE PROJECT

The INSPIRE project will develop innovative business models for a selection of complementary sectors that will create flexible networks based on intensified processing enabling more local production in Europe and reverse the delocalisation trends. This will be possible thanks to a clear identification of research and business (including SMEs) needs, followed by the deployment of routes (roadmap) and guideline targeting to measure and assess the performance of such novel models under different possible scenarios under a cost effective and sustainable perspective.

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NEWS & EVENTS

14 Dec 2017

EVENT: European Industry Day 2018, 22 - 23 Februari 2018, Brussels

This event will update stakeholders on the Commission's strategic approach to industrial policy and actions to further develop industrial competitiveness in Europe.

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14 Dec 2017

EVENT: Hannover Messe 2018, 23 - 27 April 2018

Despite today’s networked world, trade fairs still serve as a central meeting place for market participants. Hannover Messe create such platforms – worldwide – on the basis of its extensive and experienced network, unique skills [...]

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28 Nov 2017

Workshop of INSPIRE project gives insights in drivers for re-shoring

On November 23rd of 2017, the INSPIRE business model innovation workshop was held at Crowne Plaza Brussels. The day, co-organized by SPIRE, was focused on how business models and related value chain configurations may change [...]

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