Dublin Chamber represents more than 1,300 companies, from start-ups to multi-nationals, connecting over 50 industry sectors through a membership programme designed to engage every level and discipline. Networking is a pillar of Dublin Chamber, offering members 130 events per annum at which to learn best practice and connect with the wider Dublin business community.
Dublin is the engine of growth in the national economy and the Chamber is a key contributor to the development of enterprise and economic policy throughout Ireland. The Chamber provides a range of business services, including international business assistance, export services and business promotion opportunities. Founded in 1783, the Chamber has represented the interests of business across the Greater Dublin Area for more than 200 years.
The Enterprise Europe Network at Dublin Chamber offers support and advice to SMEs, helping you to make the most of business opportunities beyond Irish and European Union borders.
Our services include a free international partner sourcing service, advice on new markets, advice on access to finance & funding, advice on EU legislation, and networking opportunities with international trade missions.
Danmar Computers LLC is a private company operating in the field of Information Technology and providing vocational training in this field. Danmar has an extensive experience in developing modern Web and mobile applications that are used for educational purposes. Danmar also has long-term experience of carrying out European projects within which company’s R&D staff conducts research and prepares trainings tailored to the needs of various learners. During 15 years, Danmar has successfully implemented over 50 projects within Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, Progress and recently Erasmus+.
In many of these projects Danmar was responsible for designing and coordinating dissemination strategies. Danmar Computers is the developer and provider of AdminProject, the on-line system for management of European projects. All activities of the company are based on wide and well-established cooperation network, both on national and international levels. The national networks include training and counselling institutions, universities, schools, non-governmental organisations as well as private sector companies. International network include partners of various profiles coming from every European Union’s country. Danmar Computer’s mission is the promotion of life-long education and assurance of equal access to education for everyone with the use of modern technology.
Instalofi Levante S.L. (FyG Consultores) is a private, high-level training enterprise, pioneers in co-creation with companies, adults and young people in the training on innovative concepts, business creation, employability basic skills, literacy and numeracy skills, entrepreneurship and soft and hard skills training.
FyG has experience in running a wide range of trainings courses and mentoring programmes for companies, entrepreneurs, Start-Ups, also with individuals from disadvantage groups. It acts a body providing career guidance, professional counselling and information providing services of job insertion and intermediation on the labour market for unemployed as: orientation, training, assessment and information.
In recent years, FyG has developed and implement a number of European international cooperation projects with Erasmus+ and COSME programme, dealing with enterprise creation and development, employability, management, Start Ups training, internationalization, Gamification and Innovation of the Entrepreneurial Training.
“KAINOTOMIA” is a Center for Lifelong Learning (I.C.L.L) in Greece, operating in the field of Vocational education and training. KAINOTOMIA has implemented more than 60 continuous vocational training programs targeted at unemployed people, educators of all education levels, students of higher education, employed/self-employed persons and vulnerable social groups, for the development of professional opportunities and their promotion and integration into the labour market and the society in general, through innovative close to market programs. “KAINOTOMIA” provide business consultancy to companies & supporting services and consulting support services to trainees to facilitate their (re) entrance into the labour market. KAINOTOMIA has participated in several national projects, offering a high degree of expertise regarding training in contemporary fields, matching them with those that have a high demand in job’s market, in order to develop trainees’ knowledge, skills and attitudes towards their integration in the labour market. “KAINOTOMIA” has been participating in co-funded national projects under the name of “local development plans and entrepreneurship for unemployed based on specific local needs and growth potential”. Furthermore, it has participated in EU projects, under Erasmus+, as a coordinator and partner.
“KAINOTOMIA” works closely with various enterprises, having a network of over 60 collaborative partner businesses, mainly industries. Therefore, has a strong network of collaborating associations and partners in Greece and Europe. The organization collaborates with Region & Local Government, Universities and Technological Institutes and Private & Non-Private Companies in Greece and in Europe. “KAINOTOMIA” is a member of Association of Thessalian in Enterprises and Industries and has strong collaboration with the Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas.
KAINOTOMIA Center for Lifelong Learning
111 Socratous Str., Larissa, Greece
Polish Chamber of Commerce (PCC) founded in 1990 is the largest economic self-government institution in Poland. We group above 154 business organizations.
PCC promotes social responsibility of business. Our trainings and conferences encourage to implement the highest standards of business ethics. During the last 10 years we completed almost 50 projects financed from EU funds related to entrepreneurship and business development.
PCC cares about entrepreneurs in the international arena. PCC is a member of EUROCHAMBRES, Association of the European Chambers of Industry and Commerce, which groups the European chambers of commerce, and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris. PCC also cooperates with the biggest worldwide national organizations.
PCC does its best to increase the international recognition of Poland. PCC is aware of chances that Polish companies will have on the international markets if Poland is perceived more positively. That is why PCC organizes national exhibitions (Hanover, Aichi), invites entrepreneurs to international trade, fairs, trade missions, economic forums, multi and bilateral business meetings and other projects.
MEUS is a private organisation based in Valencia, Spain, aimed at bettering people´s capacities in their environment, both at professional and private levels. Thus, it focuses on skills development of the individuals at each stage of their life, from school to adult education.
In line with the European strategy related to education, MEUS works on the development of new training materials and methodologies adapted to different target and market needs, so improving the integration on the labour market. It also encourage the development of new business projects, offering assessment and training to entrepreneurs, supporting them in being creative, innovative and successful in their initiatives.
MEUS explores and promotes sustainable business models, seeking for the implementation of best practices of CSR. MEUS strongly supports new and growing sectors of the economy, and is attentive in the societal changes, this is why we are particularly engaged in issues such as the green economy (and green skills), the orange economy (culture), ICT, adaptation to the aging population and new demographic features generating higher demand in person services, etc.
MEUS promotes mobility of youth and adults, students and professionals as a way of learning from experiences in other countries.
In order to support individuals personal development, MEUS is also engaged in the development of initiatives in the field of active participation in society, bell-being, equality and solidarity, integration, and non-discrimination. It is engaged in sustainable development, and takes into account environmental concerns as well as sustainable growth and local development as key element of its missions, promoting behavioral changes among society to adapt current needs (sustainable consumption, waste optimization, etc.).
Further, MEUS is born with the ambition of being an active stakeholder in its environment, providing expertise for the development of international and European Projects in line with its objectives, thus providing assessment to other entities to encourage them in participating in European projects.
MEUS comes from the collaboration of two professional experts in the field of projects development and management, entrepreneurship, and consultancy, with a European scope. Together and on their own, they have developed many EU projects, mostly in the field of education and entrepreneurship, from different EU programmes such as Erasmus +, COSME-EYE, LIFE, EAsI, among others. They have a very good knowledge of their regional environment, enabling them to reach a wide range of key target groups and stakeholders in different sectors.
Youth Work Ireland is the largest not-for-profit youth organisation in Ireland and is a federation made up of 21 Local Member Youth Services and a National Office. YWI delivers an Integrated Youth Services Model to young people in their communities. This means that young people around Ireland can avail of a whole range of services and supports – if and when they need them.
We engage with around 76,000 young people across nearly 500 sites nationwide. Over the years we have developed highly innovative services, supports and programmes for young people between the ages of 10-25 years, including: mental health supports, resilience building, anxiety programmes, drug and alcohol supports, sports activities, LGBT+ youth work, club development, employability programmes, road safety programmes, digital skills attainment, music programmes, positive sexual health information, counselling services, rural outreach, and fun safe spaces for young people to gather.
YWI also work to enhance youth work internationally in cooperation with European partners with the support of Erasmus+, EYCA, ERIYCA, EYCIC, PEAVE IV, the 5 Nations/BIPA etc and this includes advocacy, youth exchanges, exchanges of best practice, innovation projects and more.