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DESUR (Developing Sustainable Regions through Responsible SME’s) is a European Funded Project co-financed by the INTERREG IVC Programme. The objective of the project is to improve regional policies in order to promote responsible innovation in SMEs throughout the exchange of experiences among all the partners, based on the triple bottom line: PEOPLE-PROFIT-PLANET. The DESUR project will address the difficulties that SMEs encounter when trying to incorporate social responsibility into their business model. SMEs often lack the resources and awareness necessary to adopt sustainable practices such as: respect for the natural environment, removal of barriers and inequalities, lifelong learning, increased productivity, efficient resource usage, better quality of life for employees, etc. The DESUR partner regions aim is to develop policies that enable SMEs to adopt sustainable practices in their day to day business. That is, foster eco-innovation in SMEs to increase competitiveness, create quality employment and be more respectful of the environment. The main objective of the project is to improve policies, instruments and methodologies to promote responsible and sustainable innovation in SMEs. The DESUR partnership is composed of local and regional representatives from 8 European countries. The Partnership consists of regions with well developed social responsibility policies and regions who wish to further the development of such policies. A responsible company operates its business based on the three pillars of sustainability: Profit, People and Planet Without economic benefit (Profit), it is not possible to perform actions on the other axis. Without motivated personnel/staff (People), a company will be less successful. Without caring for their environment (Planet), it cannot be said that the company achieves good results. The project activities promote the exchange of experiences, knowledge and good practices in policies through the collaboration of the participating regions. The staff members will be trained in good practices related to policies and tools that can be transferred to their own regions, such as innovative public procurement, tax relief or public recognition through labeling or award schemes.