The partners defined the framework and the content for the development of innovative and comprehensive digital transborder entrepreneurship strategies in a business environment. Through the use of Guide chambers’ employees, VET teachers, as well as entrepreneurs, will be able to implement the idea of work-based learning in their workplaces.
The meeting summarizing the halfway point of the DigiER project: "Digital, cross-border entrepreneurship" was held at the headquarters of the project partner, in KAINOTOMIA, located in the Greek city of
The meeting lasted from June 27 to 28, 2022. The meeting was chaired by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice (Poland), which is the leading partner of DIGIER project.
Discover Slovenia and its many opportunities for investment. Presentation video was prepared for EXPO REAL 2020, International Trade Fair for Property and Investment.
The guest of honour was Nikolas Takas, Vice-President at Thermi Group, based in Thesalloniki, Greece.
Guest of honour was Eliodor Apostolescu, Managing Director at Phoenixy Group, based in Baicoi, Romania, the largest corn puffs producer in Romania, and one of the largest in Europe.
Together with British experts and Slovenian exporters, we discussed the specifics of the British market, successful penetration on the UK market and the experience of Slovenian companies in doing business with the British.
The 1st kick-off meeting for the project Digital transborder Entrepreneurship Readiness - DigiER was impelemented online on the 26th and 27th of May 2021. There are 6 partners in the project. The leading partner is Regionalna Izba Gospodarcza w Katowicach from Poland.
The aim of the project is to raise awareness on effective of digital transborder entrepreneurship among employees of chambers of commerce, regional development agencies, local authorities and centres for entrepreneurship development, but also VET teachers, trainers and mentors.
This handbook magazine is one of the core outputs of the EU funded WBL Accelerator project.
The primary objective of this project is to design and implement a highly innovative, effective and sustainable Software Skills Strategy for Europe that will ensure the skills needs of the rapidly expanding and evolving Software Sector can be met in the short, medium and long term.
The WBL-Q project idea is founded on two predecessors: the ECVETgoesBusiness project (2015-2017) and the WBL Accelerator project (2018-2021).
The CreO project is in its final stages.
Among several analysed initiatives and projects two significant parts which are on one hand most innovative and on the other hand crucial for success are missing...
Here are some strategies on how to build trust in your business, specifically with regard to the technologies you, your customers or your employees are using.
It might seem far-fetched for your SME to become part of such a ‘disruptive innovation’.
Within a fast changing economy and society the role and contribution of a well working work based learning (WBL) system in European countries as core part of the VET systems is a crucial issue.
In front of the overall project aim of the WBL-Q project which is the significant improvement of quality in work based learning processes in businesses and companies.
Maybe you are still sceptical about the importance of innovation in your business.
“InTraRed: Innovation Transfer Ready SMEs” aims to foster the innovation management within SMEs placing particular emphasis on building new learning partnerships between the world of work and the world of VET provision.
Based on collective discussions, the following specific professional and personal skills of a mentor were recommended...
A Mentor Training Programme that includes online and classroom training opportunities is available free of charge on the project website and in the partner countries.
The InTraRed project aims to foster the innovation management within SMEs through the building of new learning partnerships between the world of work and the world of VET provision.
The third partner meeting of CreO partners in Ljubljana successfully completed!
While empirical studies on the cost-effectiveness of WBL are scarce, studies carried out in recent decades in countries with well-established WBL systems have shown that the financial benefits of apprenticeships often at least equal the financial costs of training, and that in many cases the financial benefits of WBL outweigh the training cost, even during the training programme.
Strategic focus on Professional Skills in the construction industry.
The Cultural and Creative Occupations: New opportunities in the traditional industries
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