• Jul 26, 2018

The 4th Transnational Meeting for the European project “Rural Agree: “Digital Training for Agricultural Sector Entrepreneurship in Rural Areas” was successfully held 8th - 9th of May 2018, in Kajaani, Finland. The project is co- funded by European Commission under the European Programme Erasmus+ and since 2016 has achieved to meet the targets of European Policy in fostering entrepreneurship in the agri-food sector in Rural Areas.

During the Meeting KAMK University presented partners’ proposal, regarding the appropriate content of the games which developed in order to be suitable for the target group audience.

As the project is successfully ongoing, a collaborative platform and 5 different Learning Games were developed covering the main fields of the Formative Units (Marketing, Management Capacity in Rural Areas, Management, Finance, Internationalization).

The platform contains all the training contents, the study cases and the best practices that have been developed in the project to promote entrepreneurship in the rural agri-food sector. It allows the interaction of the projects with the stakeholders as well as the opening of the results to any beneficiary.

The Learning games are based on real cases, so as to give users the opportunity to become managers to their own formation. The learning games are available in English, Spanish, Finish, Greek, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian and Romanian.

For more information about the Project and its actions you can visit its Official Website and Project’s pages in Social Media:

 

http://www.ruralagree.eu/

https://www.facebook.com/Rural-Agree-421869714852184/

https://twitter.com/RuralAgree

https://www.instagram.com/ruralagree/

 

 

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