Transnational Meetings

The planned transnational meetings during the project are three and they are held face to face in each of the partner countries. They are related to the stages of development of the intellectual results of the project. The meetings have dual purpose:

  1. Project management and coordination:
  • preparation of a detailed work plan and timetable for the project activities;
  • discussion of the main activities and planned results;
  • allocation of tasks and setting deadlines for implementation;
  • coordination of work between partners;
  • control the process of project implementation (goals, deadlines, budget);
  • initiating corrective action, if necessary.
  1. Contribution to the project objectives and intellectual results of the project:
  • exchange of good practices in the training of target groups between partners;
  • each meeting has a role to play in delivering intellectual results.
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According to the understanding of our consortium, the main factor for the quality results of the project is the joint work of the partners in their development. The implementation of the expertise, know-how and experience of all partners in the project aims to create innovative win-win solutions developed in collaboration with business. This is the reason why we devote half of the project meeting time to the actual content of project implementation activities where partners can exchange experiences, give suggestions and ideas, discuss and plan their input on the intellectual outcomes of the project at each stage of the project.

It was held in Sofia, Bulgaria. The agenda was as it follows:
  1. Introductions
  2. Project Overview
  3. Update of the Project Timeline, concerning transnational meetings
  4. Project Communication Strategy
  5. Project Management Road Plan:
  • discussion on the detailed work plan and schedule for the project activities;
  • discussion on the main activities and planned outcomes;
  • distribution of the tasks and set the performances' deadlines;
  • management and organizational issues;
  • quality and evaluation issues;
  • dissemination issues.
  1. Definition of stakeholder involvement strategies.
  2. Next steps and action plan.
It was London, United Kingdom. The agenda was as it follows:
  1. Presenting the updated results from the national on-line surveys.
  • Italian Survey results, presented by Emilia Albonico
  • Bulgarian Survey results, presented by Head Assistant Professor Ventsislav Perkov, Ph.D.
  • UK Survey results, presented by Dimitar Krastev
  1. Discussion on the identified skill gaps, common training practices, competencies and trends that could be used as starting point for identifying the key areas and features in the innovative female entrepreneurship training.
  2. Discussion on the main conclusions and further project implementation issues, concerning the development of innovative training solutions.
  3. Discussion on the content of the training manual.
  4. Discussion on the selection process for the upcoming training event in London in July 2019.
  5. Discussion on the organization and logistics for the upcoming training event in London in July 2019.
  6. Discussion on date for the next Skype meeting.
  7. Discussion on period for the third transnational meeting in Italy.
  8. Discussion on next steps and action plan according the Gantt scheme of the project.