PRJ – S.LI.DES. (local)
/ SO 3.1
S.LI.DES. - Smart strategies for sustainable tourism in LIvely cultural DEStinations
3.1: Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development
Ca' Foscari University of Venice
General public; local, regional and national public authorities; cultural and natural heritage management bodies; regional and local development agencies, enterprises; associations, regional innovation agencies; education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes
The S.LI.DES. project aims at fostering cross border cooperation among cultural destinations in the Programme area and the joint planning of smart strategies to support more sustainable and balanced territorial development through the promotion of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, in particular those assets shaping the identity of the destinations
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Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Venice - Italy
Ca' Foscari University of Venice is a public University with a national and international outstanding reputation for accademic excellence in both teaching and research. Since its establishment in 1868, as the first Italian University devoted to commerce and economics, it has been growing and developing new relevant research fields.
Contact person: Michele Tamma
Ciset – International Centre of Studies on Tourism Economics
CISET, the International Centre of Studies on Tourism Economics, was set up in 1991 by Ca’ Foscari University Venice and the Veneto Regional Government. CISET supports and promotes tourism as an engine of socio-economic growth, capable of producing material and cultural wealth for businesses and destinations.
Contact person: Valeria Minghetti
ECIPA is the Service and Training Agency of CNA Veneto, Friuli V.G. and Trentino A.A., regional representations of the National Confederation of Craftsmen and SMEs associating more than 30.000 SMEs. ECIPA deals with projects at EU and regional level in the field of innovation of SMES through cooperation with innovative hubs; territorial marketing; international development of SMEs; skills updating for employed and unemployed people; waste management, energy efficiency
Contact person: Matteo Povolato
Sipro Development Agency-Ferrara
SIPRO is the development agency of Ferrara area, active since more than 40 years for the economic development of the territory. The Agency deals with the promotion of sustainable development and it is in charge of entrepreneurial promotion, territorial marketing, cluster initiatives adn EU projects management on behalf of its public stakeholders.
Contact person: Chiara Franceschini
Municipality of Bari
Bari with 320000 inhabitants and 2000 employees is the 9th Italian city by extension, is the capital of the region and its metropolitan area is the sixth of Italy. The City of Bari is facing significant Investments in the recovery and enhancement of the historical and architectural heritege for tourism and cultural purposes. Bari is today the first tourist destination in the Apulia Region.
Contact person: Marisa Lupelli
City of Venice
The COV is the local public administration acting at EU level by promoting initiatives and projects in the fields of environment and local sustainable development, cultural heritage preservation and valorisation, urban regeneration, social inclusion, intercultural dialogue, human rights, promotion, innovation and employment. It has 3.000 employees circa. Since 2000, COV has been involved in more than 150 EU projects both as LP and PP.
Contact person: Chiara Tenderini
Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna
The Center for Advanced Studies in Tourism in Rimini (CAST) continues the long tradition of research and education in the tourism field introduced in Rimini by the University of Bologna in the 1960s. The mission of the Center includes promotion, design and implementation of research projects, lifelong learning courses, advanced education in different tourism sciences fields.
Contact person: Armando Bazzani
Institute For Tourism
The Institute for Tourism is Croatia's leading tourism research and consultancy organization. Since its establishment, the Institute has evolved into an institution with a wealth of practical and professional knowledge in the development and management of tourism. The Institute bases its expertise on an extensive research programme, regular market research and environmental scanning activities.
Contact person: Hrvoje Mataković
Craft College – Institution for Adult Education Subsidiary Rijeka
Craft College is an instituition for adult education located in the City of Zagreb. It was founded in 2006 by Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, Chamber of Trades and Crafts Zagreb and Association of Craftsmen Zagreb, with a goal of developing and providing the educational programmes (formal and informal, training and upskilling) in accordance with labour market needs thus creating a strong quadruple helix cooperation with relevant stakeholders included in all processes.
Contact person: Goran Švast
Development Agency of the City of Dubrovnik Dura
Dubrovnik Development Agency ltd is professional, non-profit organization founded by City of Dubrovnik, with the main goal of preparing and implementing projects financed by the European Union. DURA provides consultation and education services for preparation of project proposals for public institutions, small and medium enterprises, civil associations and all other interested stakeholders.
Contact person: Josip Bogdanović
Šibenik Tourist Board
Šibenik Tourist Board is a main strategic and marketing organization for Šibenik destination management. It has a major role in coordinating and supporting development of diversified, sustainable and inclusive local tourist offer, cooperation among tourist s industry stakeholders as well as information sharing and promotion. Šibenik Tourist Board is a partner on two on going Interreg Italy-Croatia projects: Tourism 4 all and S.LI.DES, as well as on several others funded by other programs.
Contact person: Dino Karađole
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