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Innomec: International Conference in Vilnius

On April 23rd 2015, INNOMEC Team organises the International Conference in Vilnius (LT), promoted by Mikolas Romeris University, the scientific partner of the consortium. The key issue is related to the empowerment of older people through their active participation in … Continue reading

TECoL goes multilanguage

The Association Second Chance, based in Bourgas, Bulgaria, Speha Fresia partner announced that the TECoL: Tools for Enforcing Competition Law website is now multi-language. The contents of the TECoL website, www.tecol.eu, are now available – besides English – in Italian … Continue reading

TECoL goes beta!

TECoL goes beta! After a full revision of the underlying mathematical models, the beta version of the TECoL software entered testing phase. Read more at http://eepurl.com/be2_TX. Follow TECoL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/TECoL-Project/1561314024098046 . Become friends with our staff: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004404677582 . And … Continue reading

Innomec Meeting in Reykjavik

The European Project partners INNOMEC met in Reykjavik, Island, last October 9th-11th, to discuss about the key activities carried out from the last meeting held in Brussels until now, and how to proceed with the local testing phase on the … Continue reading

September 30, 2014, 10.00am: Final event B-Plan 2

Next September 30, 2014, 10.00 am, c/o Polo Formativo Confcommercio in Perugia, will be held the Final Event of B-PLAN 2°ROUND – 2012-1-IT-LEO05-02826 Project. Programme 10.00 – Opening of the conference Welcome, Aldo Amoni – President Confcommercio Umbria Presentation of … Continue reading

INNOMEC Meeting in Brussels

INNOMEC project partners from five countries – Italy, Austria, Belgium, Lithuania and Island – were successful in engaging practitioners, experts and managers involved in social care services in a open dialogue with each other about the Elderly Care Centres management … Continue reading