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Past events

Here you can browse through all events that we have organised and documented in order to support our project beneficiaries in the first and second call. 

12-13 July 2018, Krems, Austria

Communication is central to making transnational cooperation projects a success. The strategic changes aimed for by our projects can only be achieved by an informed and motivated partnership that involves external partners and that communicates with one voice to ensure the sustainability and transfer of results.

But how to achieve this? 

Why is simple dissemination of outputs and results not enough any more? What does it mean to understand communication also as a story-based dialogue on various channels and in events? And how do I actually find and create the stories that I need for my project communication?

These questions and many more were discussed with more than 30 project communicators in Krems near Vienna on 12 and 13 July 2018. Below you will find the documentation of the seminar which aimed to inspire story-based communication of interesting activities and results of our currently funded projects.

Documentation


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19-20 June 2017, Vienna, Austria

The project implementation training in Vienna has provided 140 beneficiaries with technical support and advice on better implementing their Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects.  The project management teams (project, finance, and communication managers) learned and directly practiced how to prepare their audit trails and progress reports. They were also introduced to the harmonised project branding and started working with the project websites

Documentation

06 February 2018, Vienna, Austria

Communication is central to making transnational cooperation projects a success. The strategic changes aimed for by our projects can only be achieved by an informed and motivated partnership that involves external partners and that communicates with one voice to ensure the sustainability and transfer of results.

But how to achieve this? 

Why is simple dissemination of outputs and results not enough any more? What does it mean to understand communication also as a story-based dialogue on various channels and in events? And how do I actually find and create the stories that I need for my project communication?

These questions and many more were discussed with more than 45 project communicators in Vienna on 06 February 2018. Below you will find the documentation of the seminar which aimed to inspire story-based communication of interesting activities and results of our currently funded projects.

Documentation

21-22 September 2016, Vienna, Austria

The project implementation training in Vienna has provided 120 beneficiaries with technical support and advice on better implementing their Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects.  The project management teams (project, finance, and communication managers) learned and directly practiced how to prepare their audit trails and progress reports. They were also introduced to the harmonised project branding and started working with the new project websites

Documentation