IDP in Brussels to launch the MICRO Project (Enhancing Competitiveness of Microenterprises in Rural Areas) in Brussels, on 21st and 22nd of November 2016. The project is co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. MICRO brings together experienced partners from 6 countries (Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia and Spain) coordinated by Irish Rural Link (IRL), with extensive experience in EU-funded projects: National University of Ireland Maynooth, IE; IDP European Consultants, IT; Internet Web Solutions, ES; IHF asbl, BE; CDI Community Development Institute, MK; Brainstorming, EL. During the kick-off meeting in Brussels, partners agreed upon the timeline and the implementation of project activities, set the activities schedule and agreed on the next steps of implementation. The idea behind MICRO is to sustain the growth and competitiveness of rural microenterprises by developing practical training resources and a dedicated Open Educational Resource. IDP European Consultants operates in Brussels since 1991 and has a consolidated experience in European financial instruments and programmes ranging from grant financing to EU procurement and tenders. IDP European Consultants assists clients in identifying the most suitable source of grant financing and in developing the project proposal and consortium to seek EU funding. IDP shares its 20 years’ experience through the Master Class in EU project financing, held in Brussels in cooperation with the Italian Trade Agency. Next edition is scheduled for April 2017. For more information about MICRO project and IDP, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our website: www.idpeuropa.com Add us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/idp.bruxelles Or on Linkedin: http://be.linkedin.com/pub/idp-european-consultants/47/a22/4b5
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