Welcome to Like!'s website!

How can we use digital improvements to innovate our public service delivery? How can we incorporate collected data for innovative solutions for regions/municipalities? And how will this all contribute to the citizen’s perspective on public service delivery?

These questions are central in Project Like! Building a local digital innovation culture

The Like! Project will:

  • Work together with 10 partners in 5 countries in the North Sea Region
  • Combine knowledge of local governments, citizens, universities and SME's
  • Co-create smarter services through 9 transnational pilots
  • Contribute to the North Sea Region Programme 2014-2020

The Like! Project partners are:

  • The Netherlands: Groningen Municipality (lead beneficiary), Groningen University, Drenthe Province, Rotterdam Municipality
  • Denmark: Aalborg Municipality
  • United Kingdom: Angus Council, Suffolk County Council
  • Belgium: Roeselare Municipality
  • Germany: Vechta Stadt, Vechta University

The Like! Project highlights:

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Latest Project News

Vechta City Council (DE) simplified language council website

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Thinking Growth

Vechta City Council’s website has been revised to include content in simplified language, providing straightforward explanations and guidance written …

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All you can eat and learn

Friday, September 7, 2018
Thinking Growth

In the city of Roeselare masterclasses have been set up, after the example of the Summerclasses in Groningen Municipality (NL). The concept in Roesela…

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Sharing News and Knowledge

Friday, September 7, 2018
Thinking Growth

In the province of Drenthe a Newsroom is being set up. A Newsroom is an interdisciplinary approach to communication and customer services. It’s a phys…

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Counting Footfalls in Suffolk (UK)

Friday, September 7, 2018
Thinking Growth

Suffolk County Council (SCC), to trial LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network technology) in a coastal town.

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Improving digital and innovative skills

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Thinking Growth

To take a peek into the future, Groningen set up 6 Summer classes on innovative and digital developments which could - or should? - have their impact …

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