Vote ENISIE at the RegioStars Awards 2020 by the European Commission!
Enisie is among the 206 finalist projects of the Regiostars Awards 2020, the annual competition launched by the DG REGIO of the European Commission to reward the best EU-funded projects which demonstrate excellence and new approaches in regional and cross-border development, representing a best practice capable of inspiring other regions and project managers across Europe.
Until July 9th, with a LIKE, support the candidacy of the Enisie project for the RegioStars Awards 2020 by expressing your preference.
Voting is simple!
- Go to the website https://regiostarsawards.eu
- Scroll to the fourth category entitled “Urban development. Citizens engagement for cohesive European cities “(Urban development. Citizen involvement for cohesive European cities).
- Click on the heart icon ️ next to the ENISIE project
Jury and award ceremony
Your vote will contribute to the awarding of the popular jury prize and to make the Enisie project known at European level, contributing to the dissemination of good practices among the various Member States.
An independent jury, made up of high-level academics, will evaluate the projects received on the basis of criteria such as innovative character, impact and results, economic sustainability.
The 5 finalists of each category will be announced on 9 July 2020.
Preference votes cast after 9 July will be counted towards the award of the Regiostars 2020 audience prize for the 5 finalists in competition.
The winners of the five categories and the winner chosen by the public will be awarded at the Regiostars Awards 2020 ceremony to be held during the European Week of Regions and Cities next October.
An acronym for “Enabling Network-based Innovation through Services and Institutional Engagement“, the Enisie project is part of the Interreg V-A Italy-Malta cooperation program.
The project, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, sees the innovative SME Tree, headquartered in Catania and specialized in innovation and education services, and a partnership formed by: Impact Hub Siracusa, the Sicilian hub of social innovation, Malta Enterprise – Life Sciences and the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector.
Goal: to promote the creation and the smart, sustainable and inclusive growth of enterprises (micro, small and medium-sized), supporting the employment in the cross-border area and in those sectors with a positive social and environmental impact.