After the presentation of the activities of the Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Tourism and Trade of Malta, which took place on May 7, in the presence of the Minister of Tourism of Malta, E. Zammit Lewis and the Mayor of Birgu, John Boxall, the Board of Directors of the MACTT decided to repeat the course in Europrojecting, and in particular to bring together companies, professionals, consultants, NGOs, public agencies of various European nationalities for three days dedicated to the creation of a Mediterranean network Euros to facilitate access to EU funds and improve the performance of the proponents.
The event, to be held in the historic hall of the city of Birgu (Malta), will last 3 days and starting on June 16.
An important aspect of the course – declared Sergio Passariello, President MACTT – will be to bring together participants from different European countries, in order to create a platform to establish partnerships and generate ideas for future joint projects.
The first two days will be dedicated to provide participants with a clear and comprehensive overview of funding opportunities that Europe offers for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through the new program for research and innovation, Horizon 2020, and all indications essential practices for the preparation of a Business Plan already in the project proposal.
The event will conclude with practical tests project, developed on the basis of the activities carried out in the previous days. During this session of practical simulation of the course, these ideas will be further developed and structured design concepts.