Phase 012019-05-27T12:39:55+00:00

Analysis and conceptualization of the rural living lab concept need from stakeholders.

Analysis of the rural living lab concept and conceptualization of existing rural business models in EU and regional areas, with specific attention to the following sectors: fruits and vegetal products, dairy products, cultivation from arid territories, agritourism, organic farming, hadcraft, social inclusion, smart rural sector and livestock.

Phase timeline

Phase progress


Tasks progress

Task 2.1 – Progress 100%
Task 2.2 – Progress 100%
Task 2.3 – Progress 100%
Task 2.4 – Progress 100%


🇫🇷 Commissariat à l´Energie Atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)

Website: http://www.cea.fr/

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Our latest news

Report on the 4th Project Meeting of LIVERUR

November 18th, 2019|

Last week the 4th Project Meeting of Living Lab Research Concept in Rural Areas (LIVERUR) took place in Reggio Emilia, Italy. There, our 23 partners from 13 different countries gathered with the aim of sharing their [...]

LIVERUR project was presented in the RUBIZMO conference

November 11th, 2019|

On 24th October 2019 took place in the European Economic and Social Committee (Brussels) “Supporting rural business success across Europe Conference”, organized by RUBIZMO. In this event, RUBIZMO partners presented their findings about rural business [...]

#3 LIVERUR partners involvement: CESIE

November 4th, 2019|

Why Rural Development is important? What are the main obstacles to rural business? What are the personal challenges of rural entrepreneurs? These and other aspects of the Sicilian rural life and economy have been explored [...]


Next events

1st project meeting

June 25, 2018

The first meeting take a place in The Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM). It aim is to present the project and its work methods.

In this conference, sector professionals talk about research and innovation of European Union programs.


LIVERUR aims to expand an extremely innovative business model called Living Labs among rural regions. Living laboratories are ecosystems of open innovation, centered on the user, which often operate in a territorial context, integrating concurrent research and innovation processes within a public-private partnership.


The Liverur project involves more than 20 European partners from peripheral areas in which the development of the rural economy is vital for their survival. Although Liverur is focused on Europe, one of the partners is located in Tunisia, which provides a greater internationalization to the project.

Work in progress