About Us

Started in 2001 as an informal network, ERRIN is a well-established Brussels-based platform of around 120 regional stakeholder organisations from more than 20 European countries, most of whom are represented by their Brussels offices.

Our members are mainly regional authorities, universities, research organisations, chambers of commerce and clusters. They drive the agenda and the priorities of the whole network by taking an active role within the Working Groups or in the Management Board.

Through our 13 Working Groups, ERRIN works with research and innovation in a very comprehensive way, promoting triple and quadruple helix cooperation approaches and the importance of regional innovation ecosystems.

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Latest News & Events

Stay up-to-date on ERRIN's wide range of activities in Brussels and make sure you are informed about our upcoming Working Group meetings.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

New European Bauhaus Awards and New European Bauhaus Rising Stars

New European Bauhaus Awards and New European Bauhaus Rising Stars recognise existing achievements and support the younger generation to further develop emerging concepts and ideas. Deadline for applications: 31 May.

  • By Gaia Ialisa Marotta

Join the Be.CULTOUR Community and foster your regional development through circular cultural tourism

ERRIN is building a community of passionate regional representatives committed to shaping the future of cultural tourism in their territory. Twelve local and regional representatives will have the opportunity to benefit from a peer-learning scheme that follows the pilot/mirror approach. Applications are open until 30 May 2021!

  • By Hilary Webb

Call for experts for artificial intelligence and data in education and training

As the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and data as tools in the education and training sector triggers a discussion about the ethics of their uses, the European Commission is forming an expert group on the subject.

Our services

Our services

Some examples of what you can gain from an ERRIN membership


We support collaboration and project development between members through providing networking opportunities to share project ideas, best practices, and personal contacts.

R&I policy

We provide concrete input to European research and innovation policy based on our members' experiences and expertise. 

Working groups

Here members can exchange knowledge and best practices in different thematic areas. We also work to create partnerships between members and external organisations. 

Are you interested in collaborating with us?

If you would like to find out more about the benefits of ERRIN membership, please contact info@errin.eu.