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Funding from Vinnova SEK 575 000
Project duration July 2017 - June 2018
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

SNITTS´ purpose is to strengthen the individuals operating in the national innovation support system. By developing the skills of the individuals and, together with our members, finding processes and methods to streamline research utilization, we help to create benefit for the society. The project has resulted in member growth and an increased number of collaborations. The biggest goal achievement was reached in the increased number of participants in our activities as well as our new target area, collaboration for innovation, which now is an integrated part of the SNITTS offering.

Expected results and effects

In 2017, 480 persons attended SNITTS’ educations and other activities. This number has increased by 170 persons compared to last year. In most activities, we observe a significant increase in participants compared to the beginning of the project. Collaboration is further integrated into SNITTS activities and member support and has enabled more professional roles to take part of our offering. Today SNITTS offers a strengthened professional development through enhanced formats, a broader target area and more collaboration partners.

Planned approach and implementation

SNITTS exists for its members and to strengthen the profession. The network consists of people who engage themselves, want to contribute and who makes the research utilization- business a truly dynamic and creative job. In 2017, SNITTS focused on knowledge exchange between different member categories as well as on promoting new innovative formats for knowledge exchange. Partner collaboration has been highly prioritized and has resulted in several joint activities.

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Last updated 8 January 2019

Reference number 2017-03104

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