From the 9th till the 13th of October 2023, partnership experts participated in the second LTTA in Poznan, Poland, tha was hosted by RCGE.
During this exciting event, the project partners learned to help companies go global. We covered everything from how to organize the strategy, sort out logistics, work on marketing and communication strategies, navigate the legal side of things, find the right commercial avenues, and deal with payment systems.
Armed with all this new knowledge, the project's big goal is to put together some easy-to-follow guidelines. These guidelines, along with personal coaching sessions, will be a vital support for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) looking to expand globally and modernize their operations by embracing digital trends.
This project is all about leveling the playing field for SMEs, so they can compete on the world stage and thrive in our increasingly digital age.
The week was very successful, with the intervetion of different experts who led the trainers through crucial aspects companies must consider when expanding abroad.Their insights and expertise have empowered the team with the tools to navigate the complexities of international markets.
On July 13 and 14 2023, the IDEA partners met in Barcelona, Spain, hosted by Cámara de Comercio Italiana de Barcelona and PIMEC.
The inspiring atmosphere have positively fueled the determination and creativity of all the partners, gathered to discuss and collaborate in the exciting IDEA project.
Among the main highlights discussed during the meeting: Development of PR2 (OERs, game scenarios, TV programmes); Development of PR3 (Digital Internationalization guidelines structures, Piloting of the training programme); Quality Assurance and Dissemination (state of art and planning).
Thanks to all the partners who made the meeting a big success and to the hosting partners for the organization.
On March 30 and 31 2023, the IDEA partners met in Ancona, Italy, hosted by Universitá Politecnica delle Marche.
The project has been implemented in an exciting way, with two out of three content packages already prepared and ready for testing in the autumn.
As the focus is on digitisation, all content is prepared using modern technologies, from 'motion graphics' to video pills with a lot of interactivities for the participants.
The efficient management of the meetings by the lead partner CPU GZS contributes to the success and satisfaction of the participating partners.
From the 6th till the 10st of February 2023, partnership experts participated in the first LTTA in Avellino, Italy, tha was hosted by CONFORM.
The purpose of the Learning, Teaching and Training Activity is to trasmit the partners the knowledge to adquire the logic of the narrative branching stories to represent behaviours, situations and relational dynamics typical of digital business internationalization and to implement the functional guidelines to guide the target SMEs in digital transformation.
During the first two days, the group of partnership experts were trained on game- based learning and learned how to create an edugame.
They then began to draft two storyboards for the online scenario-based game, with which trainees will be able to test their knowledge and skills in the field of business internationalization and digitalization after they have studied the topics of the OER developed by the partnership.
The first days the group of experts from the partnership trained in the field of game based learning and learned how to create an edugame.
The week was successful, with a fruitful cooperation and great team spirit.
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