We present to your attention Bulletin 5 of the project "Gazelle - Stimulating the development of innovative SMEs with high potential", where you can view the results and events carried out in the period July-December 2022. Meet our new partner from the Republic of North Macedonia, who has become part of our consortium.
Within 4 consecutive weeks, students from the 11B and 11G classes of AEG "Geo Milev" had the opportunity to go through the financial literacy training program for the FINMAN project. The project, financed under the Erasmus + program, is an international undertaking coordinated by the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry and gathers the expertise of 8 organizations from 7 European countries. Young people don't…
Operational program "Competitiveness" is collecting project proposals, starting from November 2019. The deadline for submission is January 2020. The total budget under the scheme is BGN 58,674,900.
Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes a professional exchange visit to Norway in the period June 19-23, 2023, aimed at sharing good practices between business representatives from Bulgaria and Norway. The visit will give Bulgarian small and medium-sized enterprises and their employees the opportunity to expand their contact networks, to see first-hand the use of innovative business solutions in real conditions, as well as to discuss their possible implementation in their current field of activity.
The Breaking Barriers Project Through sport we have the power to change lives. The adidas Breaking Barriers project is a commitment to breaking down barriers for women and girls across Europe by working directly with sports non-profits, empowering local leaders and coaches and giving the sports industry the tools it needs to lead…
According to the World Tourism Organization, global trade is expected to fall by between 13% and 32 % this year due to the disruption of normal lifestyles and economic activity around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The economy should be restarted immediately after the crisis ends, with tourism expected to play a major role in stimulating consumption and revitalizing the economy.
RTIK is part of the "SMART VILLAGE - Development of rural tourism through circular economy and social innovations" project, financed by the Erasmus+ program of the EU. The main objective of the project is to create a new educational curriculum to build new basic digital skills and competences for over 900 low-skilled adults affected by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis and more specifically for persons living in rural areas from at least 9 European local communities .