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EUROPETOUR project aims at improving the professional qualification of stakeholders in rural and cultural tourism areas. EUROPETOUR does it by qualifying local staff in creating attractive offers and advancing their skill set in the use of social media marketing. The project equally addresses the creative industries, careful about a holistic and integrative approach to including all relevant stakeholders and unlock the economic potential for forthcoming, sustainable business
November 10th, at Museu de Cerâmica de Sacavém, in Loures, was organized the second political event of the VECTOR project, this time with Portuguese stakeholders. The City Hall, the Employment and Vocational Training Institute (IEFP), the Portuguese Tourism Confederation, the Portuguese Association of Companies for Congresses, Tourism Leisure and Events, the Lisbon Region Vine and Wine Comission as well as private companies – Breaking the Box and SPIRA, subscribed the stateme
November 8th and 9th, at IPTrans premises, took place the work meeting with all the partners involved. During those days we hosted Mrs Vyte Ezerkiene, EACEA (European Agency for Culture, Education and Audiovisual) Project Manager. Before the start of the meeting, IPTrans’ choir gave us a warm welcome. Paulo Lopes, IPTrans´ board member made the welcoming speech, expressing the pleasure of receiving our guest and partners. During a day and a half of hard work, the partners had