FoodNet training workshops in progress!
FoodNet project provides online and face-to-face trainings courses with the aim to supply the most essential tools and know-how to facilitate the management of internationalization activities and thus enhance extension and business growth of European enterprises. The training sessions are free of charge for cluster members and enable the open access to our online courses.
Representatives of food and logistics companies, supporting institutions, cluster members and candidates took part in FoodNet training workshop organized by LODZistics - Polish coordinating project partner in Łódż, Poland. The workshop which has been held on 05/06/2019 was intended to help attending entities to successfully approach third country markets with knowledge: how the clear strategy is increasingly decisive.
COEXPHAL, Spanish member of FoodNet consortium, also conducted training courses for logistic and food-production entities.The workshop was held in Almeria, Spain, 25/06/2019. FoodNet training courses were attended by 47 participants representing 26 different companies, including 16 SME's. As our Spanish Partners report, providers of the workshop did a quick review of all courses and focused on the main doubts of attendees.
Trainings focused on internationalization are more than ever a good investment. For all SME’s in the field of logistics and food production interested in increasing its competitiveness and skills in foreign business, the workshop is an ideal opportunity to get know-how, deepen the knowledge about current exporting conditions of three selected countries – and to increase business contacts.
To participate in the training sessions and get access to online training modules either in Polish, Spanish, Latvian, Romanian, French or English companies are kindly requested to contact FoodNet members in respective countries.
More information: http://foodnet-project.eu/
Remigiusz Mielczarek, FoodNet project d&c manager, LODZ
phone: +48 24 355 77 24; +48 601 709 326
e-mail: [email protected];