Exploring Best Practices: SIRENE 2nd Capacity Building Workshop on Establishing Ecosystems

Capacity Building Workshop

The SIRENE project recently hosted a Capacity Building Workshop titled “Learning from the best: Establishing an ecosystem” on February 20th, 2024. This workshop aimed to provide expert insights and practical tips for establishing successful social innovation ecosystems, offering valuable guidance to participants.

Led by Andy Bleaden, Community Director at ECHAlliance – The Global Health Connector, the workshop delved into key strategies and methodologies essential for building robust ecosystems. Participants had the opportunity to gain insights from representatives of successful ecosystems, including Renáta Csabai from the Pannon Business Network Association (PBN), Hungary, and Bernadett S. from the Ministry of Public Administration and Regional Development, Hungary.

The event, held from 16:00 to 17:00 CET, offered a platform for knowledge sharing, interactive discussions, and networking opportunities. Attendees were equipped with practical tips and actionable steps to take in establishing and nurturing thriving ecosystems within their respective regions.

The workshop not only highlighted the importance of collaboration and community engagement but also emphasized the significance of adopting innovative approaches to address societal challenges. By leveraging the expertise shared during the workshop, participants were empowered to drive positive change and foster a culture of social innovation within their communities.

For those who missed the event, the recording is available for viewing on YouTube, providing an opportunity for wider dissemination of knowledge and insights. Stay tuned for future events and capacity-building initiatives by SIRENE as we continue to support the advancement of social innovation ecosystems across Europe and beyond.

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