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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research in Western Greece.

Through the following questionnaire we aimed to provide information (answers) annually to the business world and the general public of Western Greece and Apulia, which will allow for both a periodic mapping of the situation and a periodic assessment of the course of entrepreneurship and innovation. We guarantee the confidentiality of individual responses. The processing and correlations of the information, as well as the image resulting from the aggregated data, are expected to contribute to the development of better-oriented development policies. An Annual Report of the findings, as well as suggestions for their exploitation, will be published on this website, next to the questionnaire to inform all research participants and all stakeholders. For any questions about the questions, please contact: pjprodr@kepe.gr.

The Computer Technology Institute and Press DIOPHANTUS (CTI) recognizes and respect the importance of the privacy of all participants in the present research through the "egov_INNO" project website. CTI has adopted a Privacy Policy, which is fully in line with the current regulatory framework for the Protection of Personal Data (European Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 / EU-CCP) and the relevant national laws (Greek Law 4624/2019).

Responsible for the processing of personal data for the purpose of the operation of this site is the Computer Technology Institute and Press DIOPHANTUS (CTI), which is a body of the General Government and is based in the Building. "D. Maritsas", Nikou Kazantzakis, University of Patras, PC 265 04 in Rion. For any questions or requests related to the processing of personal data, you may contact the designated Data Protection Officer of CTI by e-mail at dpo@cti.gr or by phone at +302103350709.

In this context, we guarantee the confidentiality of individual responses, related with the respect for privacy and data protection of those who complete the questionnaire, is a top priority. Information processing and correlations, as well as the reports resulting from aggregated (not individual) data, are expected to contribute to the formulation of targeted development policies.

The individual contact details of those who complete the questionnaire are asked on the grounds that we may need to contact them for clarification or to invite them to participate in the investigation and in the future.

An Annual Report on the findings, as well as suggestions for their exploitation, will be published on this website, next to the questionnaire to inform all research participants and all stakeholders.

The recorded information will be stored and retained without limited time, as archival material. No one other than CTI analysts will have access to the personal data of the respondents. If the material or part of the material is requested by a third party for research purposes, it will be provided anonymously (without contact, registry information etc). Data subjects (the natural persons to whom personal data refers) retain the right to apply to the CTI Data Protection Officer for access, correction or deletion of the data held or for complaint, if they believe that their rights have been violated or the person responsible does not properly apply the data protection legislation to the competent supervisory authority, (Data Protection Authority, http://www.dpa.gr).