About the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)
The European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN) was created in 2013 at the request of the European Commission (DG GROW). It was initially led by TNO and Workplace Innovation Limited (now Workplace Innovation Europe CLG).
Our aim since then has been consistent: to promote the concept of workplace innovation throughout Europe as a way of enhancing capacity for product, service and process innovation, increasing business competitiveness and creating better working lives for our citizens.
EUWIN grew rapidly as did its impact, reaching over ten thousand people and companies through conferences and workshops. Hundreds of thousands found inspiring cases, articles and evidence on the Knowledge Bank curated by Workplace Innovation Europe CLG. Hundreds of experts and collaborators pushed the message across to thousands of companies all over Europe. EUWIN also guided the development of major new policy initiatives for workplace innovation in the Basque Country, Scotland and elsewhere.
European Commission funding ran out at the end of 2017 but, as its coordinators, we were not about to walk away from such a dynamic (and much needed) network. Since then EUWIN has functioned as a network run by its partners, supporting activities in several countries and promoting the further development of workplace innovation in European policy frameworks.
European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)
EUWIN was established by the European Commission in 2013 and is now entirely supported by contributions from an international network of partners co-ordinated by HIVA (University of Leuven). EUWIN also functions as a network partner for the H2020 Beyond4.0 project.
Contact: Workplace Innovation Europe CLG (firstname.lastname@example.org).