Date: 20th January 2023
Location: LDI UG, Berlin, Germany

In the ever-evolving world of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), the ReMa project stands out as a beacon of innovation and collaboration. The “Remote Management for SMEs” project, under the auspices of the KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices initiative, recently marked a significant milestone with a crucial meeting held in Berlin, Germany.

The meeting, hosted at the Learning and Development Institute (LDI), brought together a distinguished group of partners from across Europe. Among the participants were Mr. Konstantinos Androulakis from ECTE, Mr. Evaggelos Tsoumas from METALAXIS, and Mr. Slava Schwab from LDI, who also led the meeting.

The agenda was packed with vital topics ranging from task reporting and deliverables to strategic planning for the project’s future. The commitment to excellence and collaborative spirit was palpable as each participant brought their expertise and insights to the table, ensuring that every aspect of the ReMa project was addressed with precision and care.

Key outcomes of the meeting included the assignment of crucial tasks such as the uploading of procedures and templates for financial reporting by Mr. Konstantinos Androulakis (Costas) from ECTE, and the responsibility shared by all partners to contribute towards the dissemination of project results, including writing articles about remote management and updating their respective websites with information about ReMa.

One of the highlights of the session was the emphasis on the importance of communication and transparency, illustrated by the decision to finalize and share financial reports and the project’s curriculum. Furthermore, the meeting underscored the project’s commitment to educational excellence, with actions like registering ReMa’s curriculum in the Zenler training platform and finalizing feedback on questionnaires designed for SMEs.

As the ReMa project moves forward, the Berlin meeting will be remembered as a pivotal moment where strategic partnerships were strengthened, and a shared vision for the future of SME management was solidified. The action list generated from this meeting is not just a roadmap for the project but a testament to the collaborative spirit that defines the ReMa initiative.

Stay tuned for more updates as the ReMa project continues to break new ground in the field of SME management and remote learning. For SMEs across Europe and beyond, ReMa is not just a project, but a gateway to a future where innovation, education, and collaboration converge to create a thriving business ecosystem.




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