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Hamburg – “Gateway to the Baltic Sea”
Hamburg – “Gateway to the Baltic Sea”
The BSR – “Top of the World”
The BSR – “Top of the World”
Hamburg – Links to the Baltic Sea Region
Hamburg – Links to the Baltic Sea Region
Hamburg – Inter-Regional Development
Hamburg – Inter-Regional Development
BSLN – From Project to Institution
BSLN – From Project to Institution
Hamburg – The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
Hamburg – The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
Hamburg – INTERREG IV B
Hamburg – INTERREG IV B
Hamburg – Current Projects
Hamburg – Current Projects
Hamburg – Current Projects
Hamburg – Current Projects
Hamburg – Improved use of EU-funding
Hamburg – Improved use of EU-funding
Hamburg – Food for Thought
Hamburg – Food for Thought
Thank you for your attention
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1 Hamburg – “Gateway to the Baltic Sea”

Hamburg – “Gateway to the Baltic Sea”

Inter-Sectoral and Inter-Regional Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR)

2 The BSR – “Top of the World”

The BSR – “Top of the World”

One of the most competitive regions globally Baltic regions among most productive & innovative worldwide Highly dynamic economic area “Top of Europe”

3 Hamburg – Links to the Baltic Sea Region

Hamburg – Links to the Baltic Sea Region

Largest Industries Maritime and Shipbuilding Aviation Media and IT Tourism Largest port in Germany and 2nd largest in Europe 10% of total trade volume with Baltic States BSR 2nd most important trading area worldwide

4 Hamburg – Inter-Regional Development

Hamburg – Inter-Regional Development

Regional Challenges Expansion of economic, scientific, educational and cultural infrastructure... ...to counter environmental challenges, demographic change, globalisation etc. How does Hamburg approach regional cooperation? Political Networks (BSSSC, BDF) Bilateral Partnerships (St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad) Regional Partnerships (STRING, Turku Process) Strategies, Programmes and Projects (EUSBSR, INTERREG etc.)

5 BSLN – From Project to Institution

BSLN – From Project to Institution

Transnational cooperation project aimed at sustainable labour market 22 partners from 9 countries EU and non-EU partners From project to permanent regional cooperation Successfully integrated into CBSS as permanent forum

6 Hamburg – The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

Hamburg – The EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

Hamburg actively involved in formulation of the strategy Goals: Creation of a strategically unified approach Ecologically sustainable economic growth Security Hamburg coordinates PA Youth & Education Project-lead “BSR-QUICK” Turku Process New regional approach Joint Initiative of Turku, Regional Council of SW Finland, St. Petersburg, Hamburg

7 Hamburg – INTERREG IV B

Hamburg – INTERREG IV B

Positive Results 24 projects from 2007 to 2013 €8.5 million in funding assistance Exchanging ideas & developing joint solutions Motor for innovation High involvement in planning for next funding period Opportunity to affect development, overall aim and prospective projects Involved in project coordination

8 Hamburg – Current Projects

Hamburg – Current Projects

Pooling of researchers, facilitating exchanges and collaboration Supports innovation of SMEs Scientific analysis at some of Europe's leading research facilities

9 Hamburg – Current Projects

Hamburg – Current Projects

Harmonisation of climate protection and conservation of historic buildings Technological advances, improvements in vocational training and political effort Hamburg working with 18 partners

10 Hamburg – Improved use of EU-funding

Hamburg – Improved use of EU-funding

Structural Funds (EFRE, ESF) EU Action Programmes (e.g. Horizon 2020)

11 Hamburg – Food for Thought

Hamburg – Food for Thought

Recommendations Participate in the programming of next EU funding period Look for funding opportunities beyond INTERREG Early preparation of projects

12 Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention

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