INNOSUP-funded PITCCH project has achieved insightful outcomes on Open Innovation. The PITCCH Open Innovation platform was used (between May 2020 and April 2023) to facilitate collaborations between large corporations and SMEs or start-ups, with the help of the PITCCH consortium and technology centers.
During the pandemic and geopolitical crisis, the project started crafting out a safe and synergic space to promote collaborations among companies at full speed. The consortium has gathered all the knowledge, findings, and recommendations, built over the three years of the project’s implementation, into a digital booklet.
In this booklet, you can find relevant information about the project, including, among others: a portfolio of brokerage services; case studies of successful collaborations; most effective business and collaboration models and insights on how to manage intellectual property in open innovation.
The booklet not only serves as a resource for anyone interested in open innovation, but it further provides a sneak peek into the future of the PITCCH network. For more details about the document, please refer to this blog post.
Case studies from successful collaborations are also available in dedicated articles on the PITCCH website that you can access at this link.
PITCCH was funded by the European Union program INNOSUP, with the goal of creating a network for open innovation across Europe. The PITCCH Open Innovation platform was used to facilitate collaborations between large corporations and SMEs or start-ups, with the help of the PITCCH consortium and technology centers.
For further information, visit PITCCH website.