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INN-COMMERCE

Author: Martonosi János | December 21. 2016.

We are glad to announce, that the project Inn-Commerce - Gamified Training for Successful Commercialization of Young SMEs' Innovation has been approved within the Erasmus+ Programme. Our chamber is participating in the consortium as one of the project partners. The project will be implemented in the forthcoming two years, with participating organisations from the United Kingdom, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Spain. 

 

 

We are supporting the successful commercialization of young SMEs' innovation! 

 

 

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We are glad to announce, that the project Inn-Commerce - Gamified Training for Successful Commercialization of Young SMEs' Innovation has been approved within the Erasmus+ Programme. Our chamber is participating in the consortium as one of the project partners. The project will be implemented in the forthcoming two years, with participating organisations from the United Kingdom, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Spain.  READ MORE!