Regional economic development aims at creating more employment and a rising standard of living in the region. Through causing expansion of profitable business activity in the region, it seeks to do it. As to create higher-paid jobs, the businesses created or expanded need to be on the high-value-added end of the spectrum. This means often that skill- or knowledge-intensive industries are aime for as new jobs in low-productivity manufacturing or service businesses will not increase the average wage. Advantages of specific residences, production environment, sectoral structure and other aspects will make up the differences between regions.
Activa International has a strong history with programme management, usage of community funds, and the complex work involved in public and private sector collaboration. We are involved in market research, feasibility studies and project management.