TR Associates (MALTA)

EU funding - Consultancy - Innovation Services

Storyboard - On the way of Innovation

It's the time to tell our story.  How did our business idea come about?  When was our business formed? How has it evolved over time?  As our business is a member of few european associations/entities, this is a good place to mention it.  We share here with you few photos/links of the business and in action from us.

The history of the Living Labs in Europe has been started at 2006 and the set-up of Living Lab Malta in 2008..Let's follow the birth, development and future of LLs by the videos and press, where we made personal intervenrions:

Download from:
1. LL general (Quicktime viewer )
http://mediamail.ami-communities.eu/Living_Labsfilm_02.html?play=clip1
2.  LL  general
http://www.helsinkivirtualvillage.fi/Resource.phx/adc/opiskelu/livinglab/livinglabinenglish.htx
3.Hungary LLs
http://mediamail.ami-communities.eu/panacfilm01.html?play=clip1
4. Switzerland LL
Real Player v.10 (11 Mbyte) Cyber Care Living Lab, Switzerland. | (English)
from http://www.virmed.net/ (mediacenter) and http://www.digitalelite.net/                                                                                                  5. The Living Lab at the center of territorial innovation in Open Days, organised by Committee of the Regions  October 7. 2009).            http://www.empreinte.com/rvn/brussels/intro/intro_FlashLD_944x600.html                          6. The creation and edition of the "European Knowledge and Innovation Communities" web-site at September/October 2009: http://kic.territories-of-tomorrow.org/                                                                                                                     7. Press: "International conference on ICT, clusters and networks " organised by MIMCOL and TR Associates Ltd.                                                                                                                             Posted on 20th of February.2009.                                                                                    "The EU’s Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) Malta National Contact Point, and the Enterprise Europe Network have organized on Wednesday 18th February an international conference entitled ‘ICT, clustering and other networking frameworks: Exploiting their potential to boost competitiveness, innovation and sustainable growth’.                            The event provided a local forum for debate and best practices sharing between the local private sector, the local public sector and key international ICT companies, amongst others Nokia and Cisco. The event also introduced the European Network of Living Labs to the local scene, including two recently certified Maltese Living Labs: EuroMedITI and the Living Lab Malta."                                                                                                                            More: http://www.maltamediaonline.com/?p=5199  and http://www2.maltabusinessweekly.com.mt/news2.asp?artid=6694  and http://www.independent.com.mt/news2.asp?artid=83507