Navigator to implement four Training Programmes in Cyprus in the first half of 2019


We are pleased to announce that four strategic training programmes have been approved in the first half of 2019 in Cyprus. These programmes are designed to improve the management capability of Cyprus SMEs to deal with key issues affecting their operations. Each programme includes a 2-day training programme followed by a 1-day consultancy visit.


The programmes in the first half of 2019 are:


Enterprise Digital Transformation in Cyprus using Project Management Techniques


Paphos, Cyprus: 5-6 February 2019


Trainer: Philip Ammerman


This programme examines how digital transformation initiatives can be delivered using a mix of project management techniques (agile, waterfall); project and team management tools (Asana, Bitrix 24) and other methods. It provides a tangible and results-oriented methodology for digital transformation.


Online Growth Strategies for Small Enterprises and Start-ups in Cyprus


Limassol, Cyprus: 20-21 March 2019


Trainer: Philip Ammerman


This programme reviews how innovative small enterprises and start-ups can plan and model their growth using online methods. This includes developing specific operational plans necessary for business planning, and relating these to financial requirements. It also includes growth hacking methods that can be applied at relatively low cost.


One-to-One Marketing for Small Enterprises in Cyprus


Nicosia Cyprus: 9-10 April 2019


Trainer: Philip Ammerman


This programme reviews how small enterprises can use technology to provide highly effective data analytics for customer segmentation, and develop a one-to-one marketing approach emphasizing a personalised approach, specific value propositions, and results monitoring.


Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in the Cyprus Tourism Sector


Ayia Napa, Cyprus: 14-15 May 2019


Trainer: Janna Fortmann


This programme reviews how hotels and other tourism sector participants can adapt an integrated approach towards energy efficiency and sustainability. It reviews the requirements of certification programmes such as the LEED or Energy Star, and reviews different types of technologies adapted to different building or operations. The programme is technical in scope, and includes how to market sustainability to tourists.


For further information, please contact us.

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