Project partners



The Italian Chamber Of Commerce in Denmark

The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Denmark is a nonprofit organization, registered in Denmark as private association. Danish-Italian team can provide information and help with all the necessary bureaucratic and recruitment work that should be expected when someone is willing to operate between two markets. Customers are mainly companies and institutions established in Italy or in Denmark that are looking for business opportunities or counterparts in one of these two markets. The organization can carry on activities and promote projects directly from Denmark through our strong partners’ network and our connection with main public institutions and national associations. It also offers supportsupport through strategically planned activities and financial/legal advice.

Coopération Bancaire pour l’Europe

Coopération Bancaire pour l’Europe is a Brussels-based European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), funded in 1992 by a group of European banks. CBE has 10 members from 3 European Countries, including European banks and chambers of commerce, therefore reaching a large network of banks, SMEs and economic associations from all over Europe. CBE aims to foster economic development in Europe and to contribute to the achievement of the Europe 2020 Strategy targets by providing its members and their clients with information and support to properly understand EU policies and strategies. The final aim of CBE is supporting its members and helping them to get access to EU finance. CBE carries out several initiatives aimed at helping European SME’s and public authorities to develop internationalization processes and to access EU funds. CBE is Intermediate Organization in the ‘Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs’ Programme and participated in various LLP projects.


FVB was born in 2013 in Ancona as “certified business incubator” delegated to promote the birth and development of innovative startups (FVB – The Hive is a certified incubator under DL n. 179/2012 converted by Law no. 221/2012). Therefore FVB – The Hive was founded with the aim of providing new business ventures helping them to start and grow,offering administrative, organizational services and assistance in preparing the business plans connecting startups with venture capitals. FVB – The Hive has an integrated set of qualified services shared among settled startups, including: an advanced training to develop a new class of entrepreneurs with managerial skills over time; coordinated actions of promotion and marketing,analysis and management of integrated projects; shared databases, agreements with the credit system,opportunities to use research laboratories and technology platforms.


FUNIBER is a non-profit private organization devoted to online education, collaborative and multidisciplinary R&D&i projects and international cooperative projects. FUNIBER expertise is derived from an extensive experience from distance learning with the development of online campus (currently maintaining more than 25 campus), working in multinational scenarios (27 countries) with about 21.000 active students. FUNIBER has developed several international projects related to training. The international team of about 600 employees is dedicated to develop the knowledge base, diverse training programmes, and provide the personalized tutoring services and maintain the digital platforms. The FUNIBER corporation deployed a private University in Spain (Universidad Europea del Atlantico) and a research center (CITICAN). Other institutions are located in Latinoamerica.


Lavrion Technological and Cultural Park (LTCP), is a body of scientific research, education, business and culture. LTCP aims at linking scientific and technological research conducted in Athens with the needs and interests of the entrepreneurial world. Has safeguarded a good part of the FMCL industrial complex and undertook the ambitious project to convert the former metallurgical site into a Technological Cultural Park and Museum of Technology. Since 1998, when LTCP started its operations, more than 40 companies have been incubated in the park. Some of them grew and moved out successfully, some are still active in the park and some failed. Furthermore, NTUA’s research and educational activities, mainly those related to the broader area, are hosted in the LTCP. The services provided by the LTCP as well as its renovated facilities, continue to support research, education and technology. Today, LTCP is essentially the only Technology Park in Attica, which specializes in areas – keys of modern applied technology, such as information technology, electronics technology, telecommunications, robotics, technology laser, environmental technology, energy, shipbuilding , Marine technology.


Aarhus University (AU) is a top-100 university with some 43,000 students and 11,000 employees and a total budget of 6 billion DKK. AU will leverage on its expertise from the Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science and Technology (AU-ENVS) and the Department of Management from Aarhus BSS (AU-BSS). The Department of Environmental Sciences is member of the Centre for Circular Bioeconomy ( and has a strong background in policy oriented environmental and climate change research. The Department has strong competences in innovative interdisciplinary research in nature and the environment to support national and European policy makers, industry and society within the areas of e.g.. Sustainable Urbanization, Biobased production systems, Economic Valuation of environmental impacts, Green Engineering and Health and Environment.