The TRIBUTE partnership gathered at the end of last week for the online technical meeting, which was organized according to the agenda. For its most important part the meeting was focused on the activity “Identification of relevant stakeholders”. Project partner in charge of supervising and implementing this activity, City of Maribor, elaborated in detail next steps that all partner cities should take.
Several target groups (such as relevant ministries, NGO’s engaged in sustainable mobility promotion, ICT experts, mobility operators, elderly associations and elderly service provider businesses etc.) selected according to the Quadruple Helix Concept and representing different interests and needs, will be asked to actively participate in the project and in the transnational network of stakeholders for innovative and sustainable mobility in the AI region. The plan is to create a joint stakeholder database and involve these targets groups from different cities & countries in the TRIBUTE project through different tools and procedures according to their nature. The commitment of institutional and political stakeholders will be guaranteed by a Memorandum of Understandings. In the next project phase identified and willing stakeholders will be involved in processes concerning Living Lab creation and implementation.