Project: AWARD – Agricultural Waste valorization for a competitive and sustainable Regional Development

A project aiming at the recognition of the potential for economic development of a proper management and use of agricultural plastic waste.


  • Survey about the production and flows of agricultural plastic waste (APW) by local farmers
  • Elaboration of a Web GIS for the optimization of APW flows
  • Establishment of new local agreements, technical solutions and regional strategic plans to optimize the management cycle of agriculture plastic waste
  • Testing of the new system for the collection of agricultural plastic waste in a temporary new station created on purpose
  • Increase of the knowledge of local farmers, technicians and local authorities of the regions involved through specific communication and training events
  • Promotion of business creation through the production of a model of business plan for the establishment of new companies in the field of management of agricultural plastic waste.


  • Definition of an optimal model for the process of collection and processing of agricultural plastic waste
  • Spreading of knowledge and awareness about the topic of re-use of plastic waste in local farmers, technicians and stakeholders
  • Promotion of new business in the collection and recycling of agricultural plastics.

Approved budget: 1.803.272,40 €
Project life: 1st October 2013 – 31st December 2015

Project: TeleICCE – Promotion of Teleworking and Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Training for Increased Cluster Competitiveness and Employment

Project aim is promote the adoption of a) an innovative business-to-freelancer (b2f) model facilitated by Teleworking platforms, b) a skills building framework through MOOC platforms, in order to enhance the competitiveness of SMEs and the employment of professionals.
TeleICCE is generating awareness regarding use of Teleworking & MOOCs, present them in a coherent way (e.g. per market sector) and provide support & training for SMEs and freelance professionals on how to exploit them.
The project is promoting the added-value of such platforms to the end-users through awareness raising, training and implementation of sectoral pilot projects that will act as proof of concept.

Project outputs

  • a training methodology for integrating b2f business model within microSMEs and how to utilize freelancer teleworking and MOOC platforms
  • a training methodology for freelance professionals on how to exploit teleworking and MOOC platforms
  • a set of pilot applications engaging SMEs and freelancers, based upon existing platforms that will act as proof-of-concept
  • the establishment of multipurpose points, with necessary IT infrastructure, that will be used:
    • for the provision of training to both micro-SMEs and freelance professionals regarding the use of teleworking and MOOC platforms
    • for the conduction of teleworking and MOOC training by end-users
    • for the provision of day-to-day support to end users and within the frames of pilot projects
    • as a reference & information point regarding the potential of teleworking & the role of MOOCs
  • and a strategy for entrepreneurship development and employment enhancement based on crowdsourcing economy

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 1st CALL FOR ORDINARY PROJECT PROPOSALS – PA 1: Innovation and Competitiveness Cooperation Programme Interreg V/A Greece-Italy (EL-IT) 2014-2020 Co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF);
Approved budget: 877.707,50 €
Project life: 1st April 2018 – 31st March 2020

Interreg IIIA Adriatic and Interreg IIIB CADSES
Dilma, Adriaform and Migravalue

Services to the Lead Partner Regional Employment Agency “Veneto Lavoro”: development of training modules to deliver at distance; tutorship to learners for the testing of the training DL curricula on a sample of Interreg users; development of a technological platform of learning in distance online training.
Period of implementation: 2008.

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