Passport to Trade 2.0 project partners

The Passport to Trade 2.0 project partnership represents eight European countries which comprise universities, business schools, schools of economics and commercial consulting companies.

University of Salford (United Kingdom)

Salford Business SchoolUniversity of Salford is one of the UK’s leading enterprise universities.University of Salford is famous for its links with industry and commerce and its diverse range of enterprise activities deliver results to business, industry and the wider community. The University is responsible for the project management and delivery of the project and, in particular, for website optimisation and multimedia training material development.

TIS PRAHA (Czech Republic)

TIS PrahaTIS Praha is a private consulting, advisory and educational company offering services in economic, legal and management consultancy, seminars and industrial company tailored training for top and middle management. TIS Praha supports SMEs to increase their competitiveness and to implement their development strategy. TIS Praha coordinates the activities of identification of mobility information needed by SMEs.

TSE ENTRE (Finland)

TSE Entre, a research centre of Turku School of Economics, University of TurkuTSE Entre is a research centre attached to Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku. It focuses on entrepreneurship and enterprise policy. Previously known as the Small Business Institute it started its activities in the early 1990s. TSE Entre currently employs more than ten full-time research staff. TSE Entre is responsible for establishing up-to-date mobility needs and Social Media Etiquette through Literature Review and also Students and SMEs Focus Groups.

SPIN Consorzio di Ricerca, Innovazione e Trasferimento Tecnologico S.c.r.l. (Italy)

SPINSPIN works in ICT research, development and higher education and is involved in projects supporting enterprises and research centres in the innovation and technology transfer processes. Spin contributes to all project activities and coordinates dissemination, exploitation of project results and sustainability of the project website.

URENIO – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

URENIO Research UnitThe Urban and Regional Innovation Research Unit (URENIO) is a university laboratory for the promotion of research and supply of scientific and technological services. URENIO is part of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Development in the Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The research focus of URENIO concerns the technological development of cities and regions and their ability to create environments supporting Research & Development, human skills, and innovation. URENIO is responsible for online surveys design and quality assurance and evaluation.

Technology Development and Innovation – TDI Ltd  (Bulgaria)

Technology Development and Innovation – TDI LtdTDI is a consultancy company in the field of innovation management and in marketing and RTD areas, with large experience in EU programmes. The role in the project is to lead the developing material for the six new countries and updating existing countries material.

University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany)

Institute for Information Systems Research at University of Koblenz-LandauUniversity of Koblenz-Landau is engaged in teaching and research and has a number of networks, working closely with businesses, chambers of commerce, public and private bodies. The four key research priorities are construction, environment, informatics, as well as community and culture. The University leads the activities associated with quantitative data analysis and the old website usage evaluation and will translate the training material into German.

Valahia University of Targoviste (Romania)

Valahia University of TargovisteValahia University of Targoviste is a public institution of higher education in the areas of science, culture and civilisation, affirmation of national cultural identity and academic democracy. The University coordinates the translation of New Materials into French and German and the uploading of these onto the website and is also responsible for the identification of essential placement mobility training information for students and the translation of these into 6 partner languages.