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CROBUS PARKS (Realisation of European Border Crossing Business Parks)
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There are three central issues in this Dutch-led project: How can a cross border business park be set up? How can it be internationally marketed? And, how can it be successfully managed? To answer these issues on behalf of three existing parks and another of others at an infant stage of development, the 6 partners from Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands are launching a cost-efficiency search, a contacts database and a marketing strategy. The objectives of this project are to contrib [...]
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http://www.crobusparkx.com/


 CROBUS PARKS (Realisation of European Border Crossing Business Parks)

Lead Partner:
City of Breda
P.O. Box 3920, 4800 DX, Breda
NL
Tel +31 (0)76 529 37 61
Fax +31 (0)76 529 36 46

Contact:
Mr. J. Lange

jw.lange@breda.nl

Measure: 1.2

Start date: 2002/04/01
End date: 2005/07/01

ERDF Grant: € 248 692
Total eligible cost: € 0.5 M€


Partners involved:

NL - City of Breda

NL/DE - Europark Coevorden-Emlichheim / City of Coevorden

NL/DE - Avantis

NL - N.V. Industriebank LIOF

BE - City of Hoogstraten

NL - Ministry of Economic Affairs


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Summary
There are three central issues in this Dutch-led project: How can a cross border business park be set up? How can it be internationally marketed? And, how can it be successfully managed? To answer these issues on behalf of three existing parks and another of others at an infant stage of development, the 6 partners from Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands are launching a cost-efficiency search, a contacts database and a marketing strategy. The objectives of this project are to contribute to regional economic development, enhance social-cohesion, and reduce peripherality. It will encourage the pooling of knowledge, development of good practice, development of development of an international marketing campaign through transnational cooperation, and the provision of spatial planning platform to ensure compliance with different legislation (i.e. waste management). The project aims will work towards the creation of two border crossing business parks and the sustainable development of the regions involved, taking on board a toolbox for implementation and transferring the knowledge between those partners and observers with previous experience in the Benelux region and relative newcomers.

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