WORTH Partnership Project is supporting design-driven projects

12. September, 2018

WORTH is funded by COSME Programme of the European Union. WORTH aims to create cross-border and cross-discipline collaborations between fashion designers product and industrial designers, start-ups, SMEs, tech-firms, and manufacturers across EU-28 and COSME countries, to develop unique and high-end products in the following sectors: fashion and textile, footwear, fur and leather, furniture and home decoration, accessories and jewellery.

WORTH Partnership Project is about supporting design-driven projects/ideas, wherein the added value strongly lies in design concepts by integrating disruptive techniques and/or technologies in a creative way.

Up to 150 projects will be supported until 2021. Awarded projects will be supported with:

  • Direct economic support(up to 10 000€ per project)
  • Coaching program, performed by specialists from different areas of knowledge
  • Networking activities
  • Participation in two relevant eventsacross Europe.

We are convinced WORTH Partnership Project is indeed a programme of interest for the community of Estonian, Baltic and Eastern Europe companies, entrepreneurs and designers involved in the fashion and lifestyle industries. We have built a strong and fruitful relationship with several offices of the EEN and CCI across Europe.

We are now open for the second call for applications which is being widely promoted across Europe. Baltic countries are strategic states for WORTH, and we are highly interested in the implementation of relevant actions there to invite companies  to apply!

The second call closes on the 24th of October 2018.

Kristi Kuusk from Estonia is participating in the project. “I am very satisfied, the financial support is of significant importance to a small company,” she said. Read more about Kristi´s project here

For more information visit www.worthproject.eu and our social networks (FacebookInstagram, and LinkedIn).ative

Loov Eesti/Creative Estonia is an ambassador for the program.