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- Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
Based on their involvement in sectors covered by the proximity & social economy ecosystem, the main stakeholders are industry, associations, social economy partners, public authorities, and other organisations.
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The Commission services have prepared a staff working document to outline possible scenarios for a transition pathway towards a more resilient, green and digital Proximity and Social Economy industrial ecosystem. Through collaborative efforts, we aim to co-create concrete actions and commitments with all stakeholders of this ecosystem to step up its green and digital transition and strengthen its resilience to future shocks.
These efforts will build on the EU Industrial Strategy update that highlighted the need to accelerate the EU industry's green and digital transitions and identified the needs and challenges of 14 industrial ecosystems.
They will also build on the Action Plan on the Social Economy, which proposes a series of actions for the 2021-2030 period to support the development of the social economy.
Based on the results of the consultation, the Commission will organise further meetings with stakeholders to deepen the discussions towards finalising the 'proximity & social economy' pathway during 2022.