Regions are one of the main potential user groups of satellite-based services and products. Indeed, to be fully informed about their territory and to efficiently manage its planning, regional and local authorities need data, knowledge and tools. These needs could be met by Earth Observation and Copernicus-based solutions. In this context, one of the challenges of the Copernicus program is to address diversity of local issues working with local and regional authorities (LRA). In the “Copernicus end users uptake” framework, along a theoretical and perfect added value chain, data are made available through Copernicus Program and are used to design new added value products. End users assimilate these data (images, products) to build their own application or services (be they developed internally or by providers).