A multiplier event “Total Business Plants project’s ICT-based prospects for local community development & cross-border mobility” was organized by Sofia University and hold on 27th of June 2018 in Sofia, BG. At the workshop, the ICT-based approaches for job-oriented VET in the horizon of Total Business Plants were presented and 4 Intellectual Outputs (IO2, 3, 4, and 5) were piloted. These activities were supported by the active participation of 30 attendants from various target groups (tutors from HEI; researchers/trainers from research institutes and R&D centers; training facilitators from companies having practical interest in TBP programme; representatives of the biotech business community, and mass media).
At 29th of April 2018, Biognosis has presented the achivements of the TBP project in Tyrnavos Greece. The multiplier event was organized in the heart of a rural area,in collaboration with the women association of Tyrnavos - a project's associated partner. Participants were farmers, traders of agricultural products interested in expanpding into new business horizons as well as alternative healers.
A successful multiplier event was implemented by the leading organization, University of Thessaly of the project, where more than 65 persons (farmers, biologists, trainees, etc.) had the opportunity to be familiarized with the project s and more particularly how can gain significant certified knowledge through the developed online integrated educational learning platform.
The Multiplier Event “Learning opportunities in virtual Total Business Plants world” organised by Danmar Computers, took place on 20th of April 2018, in Rzeszów (Poland), gathering 34 participants representing the rural and business sector, as well as schools, vocational education and training organisations. The evaluation by the participants confirmed both, high quality of the project's results and excellent organisation of the event.
On May, FYG consultores performed in Spain a Multiplier Event in which 30 people learnt more about the project main areas, activities and aims. Attendants, who were experts in different areas related to the project such as entrepreneurs and workers with experience in medicinal plants, could try out the products created by the partnership and give an open opinion about them. Participants manifested their interest in the certification included in the project, as well as the attractive and accessible use of all products, concluding in a very successful event.