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Strengthen interaction among universities Promote research Provide opportunity for graduates to develop knowledge/skill base Business community Strength the possibility of introduction innovations Manage the supply chain Show assumption of social responsibility Local community Develop a culture of entrepreneurship and self-assessment Retains revenues within community International community Create opportunities for trade/technology
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Incubator Subotica Case Study Summary transfer between companies and customers incubator hosts Allows better understanding of business culture Allows exchange of experiences through associations Business Incubators and Clusters in Serbia 8 Business incubators in Serbia have been set up on the territory of the Vojvodina region and are located in the following towns; o Novi Sad, Subotica, Zrenjanin, Backi Petrovac, Pancevo, Senta, Knjazevac, Prokuplje, and Medveda. Largest incubator (2,700m^2) – Vranje Second largest (2,000m^2)- Subotica Third (1,650m^2) -Nis Setting up business incubator usually boost economic development of an entire region o Attract new investments, therefore economic growth engines o Create specialised knowledge centres and increase production based on competitive advantage they focus on. Networking Incubators (in Vojvodina) will be connected to a common association o As well as; national & international organisations & associations Aim to develop a partner network of business incubators and local authorities As well as financial and educational instituions and other sources of funding Facilitating this information exchange of founders within individual incubators (Vojvodina region) needs to be initiated. Alumini need to be involved and networked Level 1. Incubator – Cluster Network 2. Local, Regional and National Institutions (Regulators, Decisions) 3. Institutions that provide financial support 4. Scientific research and education institutions 5. Other Partners Local Regional National International
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Incubator Subotica Case Study Summary o This will allow knowledge and know-how to be transferred from the experienced to start-up ventures and potential entrepreneurs Furthermore, networking with other 3 rd party orgs (eg; investment funds, vip funds, trade associations) must be checked and pursued.
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