A group of twelve Polish and Lithuanian completed the first of two training courses on internationalisation and commercialisation as part of the InterCom project, co-funded by the European Union’s Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
The training took place in Kaunas, Lithuania, from 15-16 October, and covered the first four of eight training modules, on the following subjects:
Internationalisation (Philip Ammerman)
Online Marketing (Philip Ammerman)
EU Project Management (Maciej Pietrzykowski)
Negotiation Skills (Sarunas Pundzius)
The following clusters are taking part in the InterCom project:
Kaunas Aviation Cluster, Lithuania
Lithuanian Bio Power Plant Cluster
Lithuanian Fruit and Vegetable Cluster
iVita Cluster, Lithuania
Anykščiai Tourism Cluster, Lithuania
Lubuski Metal Cluster, Poland
Wielkopolsa Furniture Cluster, Poland
Lezno Poligrafia Cluster, Poland
Architectural Glass Association, Poland
Poznan Metal Processing Cluster, Poland
Poznan Educational Cluster, Poland
Following the training, action learning on the subject of developing online marketing strategies designed to support the process of internationalisation.
The InterCom project is funded by the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme.
For additional information, please contact Philip Ammerman.