InnovationGUIDE partners were carefully selected based on their experience, dedication, and excellence. The collaboration has five members from four different countries (Turkey, Netherlands, Spain, and Malta). 

The consortium variety helps to bring together experiences from different sectors such as academia, NGO, and SME, boosting collaboration among private sector, research and innovation players.

The consortium’s capacity to create significant stability and synchronisation of the European innovation support ecosystems is a key asset of the project.


Türkiye Exporters Assembly (TİM) was established to guide Türkiye’s foreign trade, determine export policy, improve market diversity, and facilitate the competition of Turkish exporters in the international arena. TİM is the only umbrella organization of Exporters Associations and Turkish Export, represents over 114,000 exporting companies under 27 sectors and 61 Exporters Associations.

Maastricht University (UM) is the most international university in the Netherlands with nearly 22,000 students and 4,400 employees. The university distinguishes itself with its innovative education model, international character and multidisciplinary approach. Thanks to its high-quality research and education, as well as a strong focus on social engagement, UM has quickly built a solid reputation. Today, it is considered one of the best young universities in the world.

The Fundación Empresa-Universidad Gallega (FEUGA) is a non-profit organisation specialised in the transfer of knowledge, innovation and technology. FEUGA has more than 10 years’ experience in EU projects promoting the participation of research groups from the Galician universities, as well as from industry, in international research & innovation initiatives and actions through tailor-made advice.

The Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology [MCAST] is Malta’s leading vocational education and training institution, with a strong relationship to public bodies and industry. MCAST aims to drive applied research and innovation, which is aligned with current national and European priorities.

SEAM – Social Entreprenuers Association Malta – is a network of entrepreneurs committed to bring positive change. We are interested in working with a sense of duty, and a set of honourable ethics and principles to create innovation and impact in the environmental, social and cultural sectors. 

StartupCentrum brings startups together with all players in the ecosystem, use data to grow the ecosystem, and support the development of this innovative world with their mission of providing 360-degree service.