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ESIC Services

The European Service Innovation Centre (ESIC) initiative is run by a Consortium led by Ramboll Management Consulting. Other partners in the Consortium are the Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT), Strasbourg Conseil, the Technopolis Group Belgium and Valdari Vicari Associati (VVA).

Please contact the consortium experts for further information related to the following themes:

ESIC Management

Kimmo Halme
Ramboll Management Consulting
+358 504634405
kimmo.halme(at)ramboll.com

Henri Lahtinen
Ramboll Management Consulting
+358 407796975
henri.lahtinen(at)ramboll.com

European Service Innovation Scoreboard

Hugo Hollanders
Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT)
+31(0)43 3884412
h.hollanders(at)maastrichtuniversity.nl

ESIC Regional Policy Analyses

Alasdair Reid
Technopolis Group Belgium
+32 2 737 7440
alasdair.reid(at)technopolis-group.com

ESIC Communications

Hanna Koskela
Ramboll Management Consulting
+358 400745605
hanna.koskela(at)ramboll.com

 

In order to explore the ESIC initiative in greater depth, please do not hesitate to contact:

The European Commission 

Carsten Schierenbeck
Policy Officer
European Commission
Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General
+32 2 29 60767
carsten.schierenbeck(at)ec.europa.eu

 

Interested in working with ESIC?

Regions which would like to receive advisory support from the European Service Innovation Centre are welcome to send an initial expression of interest to the following email address: ESIC@ecesic.com

The subject of the e-mail should be entitled ‘ESIC/Expression of interest’ and it should provide the following information:

1) A short description of the region, focusing on its existing traditional and emerging industries;
2) The challenges or problems that the region would like to address through implementing a large-scale demonstrator approach to make better use of the transformative power of service innovation;
3) The expected added-value from the support services that would be provided by ESIC, including topics on which advice, input and ideas are needed;
4) The region’s commitment and ambition to implement the large-scale demonstrator approach;
5) Contact details of the individual designated to liaise with ESIC.

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