The project iRegions - Internet-based and mobile technologies for regions in the net economy (FP7 - Regions of Knowledge) was initiated by the three involved clusters CyberForum (Germany), Kista Science City (Sweden) and Baltic Innovation Agency (Estonia).
The project followed the target of understanding and controlling the change in the economic structures and processes caused by the net economy and net society, which are based on new competitiveness principles like openness, equality, sharing and global action.
In March 2008, inno Gemany submitted a successful EU proposal and joined the project as member of the CyberForum in January 2009. inno Germany carried out the project management and coordination on behalf the CyberForum.
2009 - 2011