Documents & Publications

BEDA Cluster Measuring Design - Report 2017

Building on the legacy of €Design EDII project (2012-2014), this Cluster is aimed at continuing working on inititatives towards measurement and monitoring of design’s contribution to the economy and jobs creation, and about the relevance of these data

Outputs of BEDA Insight Forum 2017

Policy Lab: What is the future of design for policy-making?

Guidelines for collecting and interpreting design data

On February 13th 2014, €Design took part in the Expert Workshop on Measuring the Use and Economic Impact of Design: New Perspectives on Innovation, with the participation of EU, OECD, Eurostat, NESTI and WIPO representatives to share the knowledge and

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A guide to EU funding (2017 edition)

In response to the evolution of the world economy and its impact on Europe, the European Commission proposed a set of programmes to boost jobs, growth and investment across the European Union.

BEDA European Design Forum Report

The BEDA GA+, an additional day during the General Assembly, was initiated in Milan in 2015 to allow members to share their experience, discuss current challenges in design and encourage closer collaboration.

BEDA Cluster Measuring Design - Report 2016

According to the COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT Implementing an Action Plan for Design-Driven Innovation (September 2013), promoting understanding of design’s impact on innovation is one of the three strategic areas for action to accelerate the take

Survey on Membership Benefits

The BEDA MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS SURVEY was developed for BEDA by the “Cluster on Membership Benefits” to map the existing benefits and services delivered by professional designers’ associations as well as other organisations representing

Report on WIPO SCT 37th session

Report on the 37th session of the Standing Committee on the Law of Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications (SCT) WIPO, Geneva from 27-30 March 2017.

BEDA Manifesto

Design Now - The potential to meet great needs