SMART Community Review (SCR) May/June 2014 TransAtlantic Eco Commerce(clone) - Page 15

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The on-going financial crisis inevitably affected all economic sectors, local business and labour since • Audio and Video market. On the BUSINESS other hand, the financial downturn has provided theProduction. for a comprehensive and structural reform, aimed at impetus • Scriptwriting. the development of a healthier investment and business environment, including among others faster licensing procedures, a • Online Showroom Content. 365/24/7 • Social Media Content. better focused investment law and the liberalization Social Media; however the implementation of these structural of a number of • changes is Marketplaceearly stage. still at an Services • White Paper Reports. Virtual • Newsletters, Blogs, Articles, Sales Letters. • Press Releases. • ‘Done for you’ - the economic and The uncertainty of Interactive Showroom. social environment seems to have further enhanced the openness of the Greek businesses • Digital Media Kits. • Multi Media Marketing and society Assistance. System however, the majority •of indices measuring innovation rank the country below the EU27 average, to new concepts; (MMMS). Email Blasts and Ad Design. • Virtual • new ideas. Greece seems to be performing better in the promotion of new showing particular difficulties in the implementation ofMedia Kits.and Sell Sheets. • E-Commerce. • Brochures • E-Learning to the firm products or processes, as well as to organisational Cards and Letterhead. • Business innovation. • Newsletter • Email Subscriptions • Ad Design • Integrated is not an Tools Eco innovation Social Media exception to the above. Despite the crisis, public funding available for eco-innovation investments has Contact • Mobile Integration increasedmore! (Structural Funds), while the availability of scientific and research personnel has remained adequate, even though • and often lacks sufficient business experience. Availability of eco-innovation inputs is expected to be further improved in the future; the Greek National Strategic Framework forEARN MORE: and Innovation (NSFRI) is based on a global target for R&D public Research L ECO at the same time anticipates that research will be primarily focused on selected priority spending at 2 % of GDP in 2020, while COMMERCE EXCHANGE (ECE) areas, with ‘Environment’ already being identified as a prominent sector, in line with the national strategic objective for Green Growth. It shows relatively better performance in company level eco innovation activities targeting energy and material efficiency improvement. Furthermore, Greece ranks among the five top EU performers in energy productivity of its economy. Food and chemical industries are showed to be more active in promoting eco innovative products and processes. Present policy priorities and strategic developments indicate the following emerging lead markets with a good potential for eco-innovation: the waste management sector (recycling, treatment, re-use), the green tourism industry; the green banking services. Eco innovation is not explicitly framed in the policy agenda of Greece; its elements are somewhat captured by general innovation and S&T policy strategies and the availability of eco innovation inputs is expected to grow in the future. At the same time, there are regulatory and policy restrictions in business exploitation of eco innovative concepts. 2013 Greece Eco Innovation Report ECOnomic Development Eco Commerce Marketplace Technology and Regions Trade Missions