Who we are
Chamber of Commerce Bistrita Nasaud, Romania
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Bistrita Nasaud County (CCI BN) is an independent, not-for profit, multispectral entity, representing 300 member companies in the Bistrita Nasaud county. Its main tasks are lobbying, promoting entrepreneurship, stimulating innovation, delivering services and training on different aspects of entrepreneurship, sustainable business, human resource management, local/strategical planning, project management, other specific activities.
Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania
It is the largest Technical University in Romania greatly contributing to the development of Higher Education in the country and has a large expertise in fostering innovation and creativity in Technical Engineering, these concepts being taught to students for several years. The staff of the departement research and innovation center CAMIS, has experience in modern and innovative engineering technologies.
Lawton School S.L, Spain
Lawton School is a SME specialized in language training, business and vocational studies, facilitating vocational training through language competences for a wide range of companies, professional associations, trade unions and official bodies. It hosts its own eLearning Management System (LMS) which is used to access training material developed in European projects as well as course content for its clients.
Drosostalida Social Enterprise, Greece
The social enterprise Drosostalida aims to promote the integration into economic and social life in general and the social integration of individuals who belong to vulnerable groups, mainly via their promotion in the employment. The enterprise has great potential and reflects great expertise in: Train the trainer workshops, e-learning design and development, project management, hybrid between public and private sector, networking and dissemination actions.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU)
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is the fifth largest university in Scotland with nearly 17,000 students from over 100 countries and over 1,500 staff. The University is made up of three academic schools in the areas of business, health, science, law, built environment and engineering. The university has offered environmental programs at both undergraduate and postgraduate level for over 20 years, during which the agenda has evolved from pollution control, zero waste, energy efficiency, and renewables, to resource efficiency and carbon reduction.
Panevezys Labour Market Training Centre, Lithuania
Panevezys Labour Market Training Centre is a vocational training institution, established in 1952. Institution has HORECA sectoral training centre, equipped with modern and innovative training machinery. PLMTC regularly organizes trainings for business and educational representatives, seeking to promote environmentally and socially responsible decisions; to raise awareness about food waste as well as the benefits of its reduction; and to motivate for choosing healthier food options.