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Welcome to the DANUBIONET Bioeconomy Capacity Building Survey jointly launched by the Central European Initiative and PANNON Pro Innovations in the framework of the Danube-INCO.NET project.
The survey will allow spotlighting the main challenges of the development of bioenergy and bioeconomy in the Danube Region by mapping knowledge and capacities, but also through the collection of your views and suggestions on how to minimize bottlenecks. It has been designed specifically for respondents from the public sector, research and academia, as well as businesses that are active along the biomass value chain in the Danube Region.
We intend to apply an open innovation approach to turn the challenges into opportunities. The results of the survey will allow tackling the challenges with the capacities that are already available in the Danube Region. To this end, we will organize open innovation events in which “challenge owners” will have the opportunity to meet and interact with “solution providers”.
If you don't want to miss the opportunity to participate in one of the open innovation events – let us know!  If you are interested in such opportunity, please fill in your contact details at the end of the survey. You can also apply for a limited number of vouchers that are available to cover travel expenses. 
The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to fill.  

The answers for the survey are handled anonymously, even though at the end of the survey we invite you to share your contacts for further discussion. Your contact will enable us to get in touch with you in order to support you in finding the “solution provider” that could help you to overcome the specific challenge you’re facing.

The project team really appreciates your contribution, and looks forward to knowing your views on bioenergy and bioeconomy in the Danube Region.

The survey is supported by the Danube-INCO.NET project.
For more information, please visit the project website:
What is the bioeconomy?

The bioeconomy comprises those parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from land and sea – such as crops, forests, fish, animals and micro-organisms – to produce food, materials and energy.

Source: European Commission
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