Meet our partners!

Valencia CCI is a Public Corporation stated by law, which represents all companies in the province of Valencia. Among its functions, the Chamber offers services and training to SMEs directly aimed at promoting their sustainability.

Its innovative services include the creation of a sustainability portal, an online platform to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experiences on sustainability, making it more accessible to organisations, and several initiatives dedicated to assessing and providing advice on sustainability, energy efficiency and renewable energies to SMEs and local councils.

The Institute for business education (CPU) has a special place among educational institutions in Slovenia. Through its direct connection with the industry, it connects educational processes with the dynamic development of the economic sectors. CPU has the longest tradition among educational institutions in the field of adult business training. We provide our participants with quality program content based on the needs of the industry and on practical experience. Participants gain crucial knowledge for their career breakthrough. We are provider of upskilling and training events in the following branches: Energy sector, Hospitality and tourism, Civil engineering, Public enterprises, other public institutions and municipalities, Heating and air-condition, Real-estate, Manufacture, Transport and communications, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Trade, Cableway installations and Security. CPU is also valid partner in preparation for examinations, assessment of knowledge and qualifications for national vocational qualifications, basic qualifications, other public authorizations and chambers’ qualifications. CPU is provider of public post-secondary non-university education programs (information science engineer, civil engineer, economist and business administrator).

CPU is a creative partner in various EU projects. Our projects are mainly focused on education, training and competence development in different branches. The purpose of project work is to facilitate our process and personal development as well as increase the quality of our services.

Dublin Chamber has been representing businesses in Dublin since 1782. Dublin Chamber is the largest Chamber of Commerce in Ireland and one of the oldest in the world. The Chamber represents 1,300 member firms throughout the Greater Dublin Area, employing 300,000 people nationally. The Chamber membership base is cross-sectoral, reflective of the Dublin economy, and includes firms of all sizes, ranging from small start-ups and microbusinesses to major multinationals.

Our vision

That Dublin will be globally renowned for its quality of life, sustainability, and economic vibrancy.

Our mission

Helping your business succeed in a successful Dublin.

Membership of Dublin Chamber gives you access to Dublin’s largest business network and a range of business supports as we face the opportunities and challenges ahead.

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.

Malta Business Bureau is the EU business advisory office of The Malta Chamber and the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association. It works on both EU projects as well as on policy. It liaises directly with the European institutions, the Maltese Permanent Representation and with umbrella organisations such as BusinessEurope, EUROCHAMBRES and HOTREC on all policy and funding issues affecting Maltese business interests.

Born in 2017, MEUS is a private organization based in Valencia, Spain, whose objective is to improve the capacities of people in their environment, both professional and private, as well as at all stages of their lives, from one school to another. adult education

In line with the European educational strategy, MEUS works on the development of new training materials and methodologies adapted to the different objectives and needs of the economic market, in order to improve integration in the workplace.

MEUS encourages business creation and consolidation, offering advice and training to entrepreneurs, creative innovation, social innovation, technological innovation, the birth of new business projects, the creation of sustainable companies and the development of territories.

MEUS strongly supports the new and growing sectors of the economy and is attentive to social changes, so it deals particularly with issues such as the sustainable economy (and green skills), the orange economy (culture), ICT, the aging adaptation of the population and the new demographic characteristics that generate a greater demand for personal services, etc.

In order to support the personal development of people, MEUS is also dedicated to the development of initiatives in the field of active participation in society, well-being, equality and solidarity, integration and non-discrimination.

Each and every one of the projects developed in MEUS are carried out under the premise of innovation, understood beyond a technological innovation, based on the development of new innovative methodologies for learning, management, personal development or local development.

OMNIA, works with an established global network of partners to build the sustainable world of the present and the future. OMNIA has a multidisciplinary team that possesses a capacity to provide and develops sustainable solutions and strategies through a range of services including consulting, research, and cross-sector collaborations.

Our team members have different backgrounds that involve specializations in the fields of Environment, Sustainable Behaviour, Psychology, Big Data AnalyticsSpatial Temporal Analysis / GISEnvironmental EngineeringTransport, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Implementations, and Social Innovation.

OMNIA utilizes its expertise to turn innovative ideas into qualitative project proposals for National and International calls like Horizon2020InterregErasmus+LIFE+ among others. Through our extensive network of synergies, OMNIA collaborates with the partners suitable for each specific project to ensure top quality end-results.

In terms of our mission, OMNIA aims to progress as a recognised organisation in the field of strategic sustainable development by utilizing the international network and developing collaborations regarding Educational, Research Private schemes of the European Union and abroad.

In terms of our vision, OMNIA Provides smart strategic solutions and enhancing partnerships for a more inclusive and sustainable future.

OMNIA has the following objectives:

– Conduct high-level research in various fields and provide custom made solutions

– Encourage entrepreneurship, leadership, and societal change through innovation

– Enhance sustainable development in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

– Create education and training programs for a variety of partners and situations

– Develop smart innovative approaches in the sectors of tourism, agriculture and circular economy

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