The PIN consortium cosists of a set of experienced complementary Key players bringing together a group of ICT industry intermediary organisations which have in-depth experience of internet-related jobs and direct access to ICT SMEs; VET and HE institutions.
EMF - the Forum of e-Excellence (UK). EMF is the European cross-stakeholders' network promoting excellence in the digital economy and represent a network of more than 15.000 ICT-related entities throughout Europe and the world.
GAIA (Spain). GAIA is the Cluster and Association of Electronics and Information Technology Industries of the Basque Country. GAIA represents all those companies working in the Electronics and Information Technologies sector, which are located in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country.
Euproma (Germany). Euproma is committed to the professional provision of advisory services for the successful development and implementation of EU-projects and nationally funded cooperation projects. It specialises in advising institutions and organisations mainly in the field of education, further education and vocational training, but also in other sectors such as Multimedia and ICT.
Fachhochschule für Oekonomie & Management (Germany). The School of Economics & Management (FOM) has become one of the biggest private universities in Germany with headquarters in Essen and study centres in Luxembourg and 21 German cities.
Hellenic Open University (Greece). The HOU is the 19th Greek State University but the only one that provides distance education in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels via the development and utilization of appropriate learning material and methods of teaching.
Wroclaw University of Economics (Polan). Wroclaw University of Economics has strong interest in economic studies. In the current academic year the University has about 17,000 students, and so far it has produced over 70,000 graduates.
SwissMedia (Switzerland). The Swiss Association of Information Technology & Multimedia has more than 200 members related to electronic media, information technology, communication and multimedia in its network.
The PIN project is co-funded by the Leonardo da Vinci programme of the LLP of the European Commission.
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