From May 13 to 17, 2019, took placein Athens, Greece, the sixth training program and study visits of the project “SURVIVE – Surviving The Storm: Identifying & Linking Internal Capabilities with Business Continuity” – inserted in the program Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training – Exchanges of Practices – project number 2017-1-IT01-KA202-006081, organized by theEEO Group, SA
In the presence of all partners, Poland (Euro-Idea – Krakow), Portugal (Epralima – Arcos de Valdevez), Spain (Bulgaria – Bulgarian Management Association – Blagoevgrad), Italy (Godesk – Potenza and Sharing Europe – Florence) and Greece (EEO Group – Athens), with the aim of investigating and identifying the secret of the companies’ success, which during the crisis period allowed them to overcome difficulties and survive, the EEO Group organized a training on the importance of learning more, especially in the tourism sector and creative industries.
In this context, there was a visit to “POP UP Restaurant”, an initiative of the students of AKMI Vocational Institute,followed by a visit to the Metropolitan College, to the Museum of Tourism and to the St George Lycabettus Hotel. The partners also visited Amasis Painter studio, a good example of survival during the crisis, the Ergon House, a unique blend of hospitality and Greek culinary experience, the Clumsies, a best practice of a company in food and beverage,and finally the Institute of Small Enterprises, extremely important to the support of small businesses.
After completing the agenda, a balance sheet of the event was prepared, and all partners concluded, like in previous events, that it was quite profitable and enriching, taking into account the content of the project.
Here you can find the training AGENDA and E-BOOK from the Training.