Training2000 is a partner in the recently started EU Erasmus+ project InnoGreen-Innovative entrepreneurs leading green businesses. From o6-07 December the project partners from seven countries met for the kick-off meeting in Vienna, Austria. InnoGreen project will provide approaches, methods and good practices aimed at strengthening the individual contributions of Trainers, Adult educators and entrepreneurs to the Green Economy in order to improve their professional competences of implementing innovation in green business.
The kick-off meeting was organized by the host partner Blickpunkt Identität. During two days, the participants discussed the project objectives and concretized tasks and activities. Important decisions had been taken concerning the future activities to be implemented during the project development. Also administrative issues were discussed as well as the dissemination ones.
The consortium of the InnoGreen project involves seven partners from seven countries with broad areas of expertise: the lead partner Universitatea Dunarea de Jos Din Galati- Romania; Research Network Lukasiewicz-Poland; Institute of Entrepreneurship Development- Greece; Training2000- Italy; Desenvolvimento Organizacional, Social, Profissional e Pessoal, Lda- Portugal; University of Malta- Malta; Blickpunkt Identität- Austria.
About the project:
One of the EU policies is related to the green deal and the pursuit of national targets to be applied by local companies.
Starting from this objective, the project aims at to increase the competences of trainers in the principles and good practices of implementing innovation in green economy. Trainers, in turn, will empower entrepreneurs to take better environmental decisions, to understand the advantages of green actions, thus contributing to the greenification of economy. With proper knowledge, entrepreneurs will be able to identify opportunities related to green economy and implement successful businesses, using an innovation business canvas. The project partnership will identify the characteristics and methods used in green and sustainable processes by SMEs and implemented in business models and will provide good practices of implementing innovative green BMC.
The objective of InnoGreen is to develop the competences of adult educators to train courses in green entrepreneurship and to increase the skills of entrepreneurs to find innovative solutions to transform their business into one that respects green and sustainable principles. To reach this result, a training program for innovation in green business as OERs will be developed with a Guide of good practices, a Step-by-step Guide on how to complete GBIC and many other resources.
The kick-off meeting represented a crucial moment for a good start to the activities and for all decisions to be taken on the future of InnoGreen project.
We look forward to this collaboration towards a greener future!
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