Through University of Twente’s European project called PROCEDIN, their goal is to improve responsible/sustainable & innovations procurement in the European Union, both for procurers and service/product/construction providers.
The PROCEDIN project covers two critical areas of innovation – circular economy and green mobility, in the context of European cities’ innovation for sustainability and resilience agendas.
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Building Procurement Capability for Embedding and Driving Innovation is the main objective within PROCEDIN. They are on a mission to encourage the Procurement of Innovation capability development and accelerate the growth of Circular Economy and Green Mobility innovation ecosystems.
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