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The University of Tuscia (UNITUS) is a public research-led university focused on teaching in a researchintensive environment. UNITUS is active at all levels of higher education comprising undergraduate degrees, master’s degrees, and doctoral degrees as well as specialization schools. It was established in 1979 and comprises seven departments: Department of Human Sciences and Communication; Department of Linguistic, Literary, Historical, Legal and Communication Studies of Europe; Department of Cultural Heritage Sciences; Department of Economy and Enterprise; Department of Biological and Ecological Sciences; Department of Science and Technology for Agriculture, Forests, Nature and Energy; and Department for Innovation in Biological, Agro-food and Forest systems (DIBAF).

Website: http://www.dibaf.unitus.it 

 

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), based at Cambridge Judge Business School, aims to spread the spirit of enterprise to both the University of Cambridge community and to wider national and international audiences through the creation and delivery of a range of educational activities that inspire and build skills in the practise of Entrepreneurship. One of CfEL's key teaching values is that the best people to teach entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs. This philosophy has led to the Centre collaborating with a network of over 300 experienced entrepreneurs, innovators and other practitioners to provide relevant, credible and practical training.

The Centre has developed an enviable track record in the field of entrepreneurship education with a number of flagship programmes designed to provide skills for students, graduates, researchers and aspiring entrepreneurs from different backgrounds and at different stages of the entrepreneurial journey. These programmes are Enterprise Tuesday, ETECH Projects, Ignite, Enterprisers and the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship.

Website: http://www.cfel.jbs.cam.ac.uk

 

Artesis Plantijn University College is a brand new university college, originating from Artesis University College and Plantijn University College. AP or Artesis Plantijn University College Antwerp stands for Antwerp and Province, Arts and Professional, Ambitious and Passionate. AP’s 9000 students, 23 vocational educations and 8 art programmes, are clustered into 4 faculties and 2 schools of arts. The Univercity provides education in the areas of Science and Technology, Business Management, Communication and Journalism, Law and Management Sciences, Socio-educational Care Work, Applied Sciences and Education. The university is constantly cooperating with multinationals, SMEs, entrepreneurs and local government agencies and more. Even though AP University College is very young, its schools of arts have a long history: the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp was founded in 1898, and the Royal Academy of Fine arts is 350 years old.

Website: http://www.ap.be

 

SPACE European network for business studies and languages, is an international not-for-profit organisation, which was founded in 1989. The network has been growing to reach actually a membership
of about 80 Higher Education Institutions (Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences, University Colleges and Business Schools in 25 EU countries from both the 'old' and emerging new Europe, in the USA and Asia) and of other networks (EFMD, EDINEB, CCID, EURASHE, EUROPACE). Via the members, a direct connection has been developed with enterprises all over the EU. SPACE is a multicultural, pluralistic and forward looking organisation that strives for educational aims on the basis of equality of gender, thoughts and opinions and also a dynamic association of inspired
educationalists that wants to efficiently cooperate in order to achieve the goals we have set to ourselves and the educational world with the following motto “learning by sharing”.

Website: http://www.space-eu.info/

The ADAPT Low Carbon Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of East Anglia, with the aim of promoting low carbon economic growth. It currently has 28 employees. Within ADAPT, the InCrops Enterprise Hub has a particular focus on encouraging entrepreneurship and the formation of new companies, especially in the low carbon and industrial biotech areas. InCrops has an established network of academic partner organisations whom ADAPT staff support to encourage entrepreneurial activities. The role of ADAPT in the proposal is to implement and test the educational tools for encouraging entrepreneurship which have been developed by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge in WP2 with students at our partner organisations.

Website: http://www.adaptlowcarbongroup.co.uk

Emerald Marketing is a marketing consultancy company based in Italy. It is engaged in trade development and provides marketing consultancy for foreign companies wishing to promote their products and services in Italy and abroad. Through its sister company, Managerial Dynamics, it offers executive coaching and training programs focused on helping managers at different levels within organisations develop and enhance their cross cultural skills in order to effectively respond to the challenges of globalisation in their work environment. The company offers training programs to multinational and domestic companies as well as government agencies and educational institutions (third level/universities/corporate ).

Website: http://www.emeraldmarketingitaly.com/

SPYGEN was founded in 2011 by scientists at the Laboratoire d’Ecologie Alpine (CNRS – University of Savoie – University of Grenoble 1) to pioneer the development of DNA barcoding technology. The company has developed a DNA-based innovative approach for studying biological diversity in the environment (water, soil) or in complex substrates (food products, cosmetics, feces, etc.). Research & Development projects at the SPYGEN are carried out in innovative partnership program with the Laboratoire d’Ecologie Alpine (CNRS - University of Grenoble 1 - Univerisity of Savoie). Some of the SPYGEN team are also members of several scientific committees (Vanoise National Park, etc.) and others are currently involved in several French and European research projects developing the data analysis methods needed to evaluate biodiversity via high-throughput sequencing methods. SPYGEN has an established network of collaborative academic researchers and partner organisations to fostering university-industry partnership and encouraging entrepreneurial activities.

Website: http://www.spygen.com

Bulgarian Development Agency is a non-profit organization, established in Sofia, Bulgaria. Our organization undertakes activities for public benefit focusing on issues related to regional development,
innovation, achievement and implementation of EU targets, as well as improving the social conditions in our country. Bulgarian Development Agency currently works with schools, municipalities and local governments across Bulgaria. We are also working with international partners that include Universities, Local governments, Training centres, NGOs and private companies (mainly SMEs).

Website: http://www.bg-da.eu