Denmark (SMEs, Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

With the Danish Globalisation Strategy, the Danish government has created a comprehensive framework that sets out to strengthen Danish competitiveness. The Strategy, which became operative in 2006, contains 350 specific initiatives that introduce reforms in key areas such as education and training, innovation, research and entrepreneurship. For 2010 the funds allocated to initiatives in the Strategy exceeds DKK 8.5 billion. Among other things, the Strategy aims at making substantial improvements in the framework conditions for growth and innovation in new and existing enterprises. The Regional Centres of Growth and Programme for User-driven Innovation are two of the Strategy's initiatives.
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