CCS Digital Education (CRYSTAL CLEAR SOFT) – Greece (Coordinator)

Crystal Clear Soft (CCS) is a software development company actively researching on innovative uses of state of play technology in digital publishing, education, training and knowledge dissemination. Offering a turn-key solution, from conceptualization and instructional design to testing and deployment, CCS has developed applications used in thousands of classrooms all over the world! CCS is a mainly commercial company with international presence and an impressive list of customers, especially in the publishing and corporate training sectors.

MateraHub – Italy

Materahub is a consortium that works at the international level to supports enterprises, startups and aspiring entrepreneurs, institutions and organizations through European projects. For years, Materahub has been an intermediary organization in the South of Italy of the European program ERASMUS+ for young entrepreneurs, and also the Italian host of the Creative Business Cup, the most important international competition for the creative industries. Materahub is member of the Puglia Creativa District and part of CRESCO, the cultural and creative organizations network in Basilicata. Finally, the consortium has recently joined the NICE, the Network for Innovation in culture and creativity.

DomSpain – Spain

DomSpain Consulting is an adult education organization specialized in the field of education and training, vocational studies, occupation, social and intercultural skills, languages and new technologies. It is specialized in foreign languages, computer technology and economy, and offering a wide range of courses and workshops, which can be tailored to specific needs in any form (long-term or intensive courses, online e-learning, etc.). In addition, it organizes, designs and runs all types of trainings, international projects, job shadowing, etc., for students, teachers, academic and administrative staff or people who want to work abroad.

UPI – Slovenia

UPI-LJUDSKA UNIVERZA ŽALEC is a public, non-profit institution for education and training of adults in the Savinja Valley region, Slovenia. It is specialized in diverse range of formal and non-formal education programs. Further more, it provides quality guidance and counselling services to different target groups of adults such as the unemployed, migrants, NEETs, seniors and adults in general. In our numerous national and international projects (Erasmus+), we closely work with stakeholders on the local, national, as well as the European level. We are committed to the path of lifelong learning and constantly strive to improve our education programs according to the needs of our target groups.

Società Cooperativa Sociale Onlus (ARNERA) – Italy

Società Cooperative Sociale Onlus ARNERA  is a multi-professional association founded in 2014 by the Union of four different social cooperatives: Il Ponte, Il Cerchio, Paideia and Il Progetto. ARNERA works in different districts of Tuscany and is able to cover the needs of the territory through careful analysis and implementation of appropriate strategies. The areas of intervention are the following: babyhood, children and youth, high marginality, addictions’ care, eldercare. ARNERA aims to create job opportunities and provide services close to the territory in a view of networking and empowerment in order to promote life quality, wellbeing and rights of citizenship.


Cooperation Bancaire pour l’Europe – Belgium

Coopération Bancaire pour l’Europe is a Brussels-based European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) funded in 1992 by a group of European Banks. CBE has 10 members from 3 European countries, including European banks and chambers of commerce, reaching a large network of banks, SMEs and economic associations from  all over Europe. CBE aims to foster economic development in Europe and to contribute to the achievement of the Europe 2020 Strategy targets by providing its members and their clients with information and support to properly understand EU policies and strategies. The final aim of CBE is supporting innovative SMEs in getting access to EU market and finance.


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