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 Project   

eLead - Enhancing VET professionals skills for e-leadership education and training

 

Digital transformation open new chances for industry to become more efficient, to improve processes and to develop innovative products and services. It has also created unique marketplace challenges and opportunities. Several studies estimate that digitization of products and services can add more than EUR110 billion of revenue in Europe in the next five years.

 

In order to boost the development of digital transformations through Europe, it is vital to address the current shortage of talents capable of leading the innovation needed to capitalize on advances in new digital and key enabling technologies.

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   Job 

 Social Media Manager

The Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce (CCBI) is looking for 1 or 2 freelance Social media managers, who will develop two social media campaigns to support the promotional activities of the CCBI's European desk, master and training. The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years' experience in Social media management and an excellent knowledge of English and/or Italian.

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 Training   

September 2018: choose your destination!

News for our International Master in European Studies: next September an extra edition of our IMES – Evening and Weekend Programme will be added to the training offer. This specific programme is designed for Brussels-based professionals willing to acquire the right skills to become an EU Project Manager and Consultant in EU Funding Programmes. 

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 Project   

The development of the tourism sector through the IdEATE project

The project IdEATE - Improved Employability and Apprenticeship in the Tourism Sector -, in which the Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce was part as one of the major partners, has officially come to an end on 30th April 2018, after 18 months of activities and remarkable initiatives to support the employment in the tourism sector. The EU-funded project has been realized by an international consortium of 10 partners and includes activities in several European countries, such as Italy, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Spain and Finland.

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