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Fundación General Universidad de Granada Empresa (Spain)
Fundación General Universidad de Granada Empresa (FGUGREM) from Spain is a Non Profit Higher Education Foundation that aims to promote the development of collaboration channels between the University of Granada and its nearest socioeconomic environment. From 1997, the FGUGREM has been catalogued as an Office of Transfer of Research Results (OTRI) and as Entity of Transference and Knowledge (ETC). From 2007, it has been included as an Agent of the Knowledge System of Andalusia Region (SAC). Within FGUGREM, the Unit responsible of the management of the i-Skills Project is the Training and Employment Area.
Vaasa University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
Vaasa University of Applied Sciences (VAMK) from Finland offers education in technology, economics, international business, health care and social services. VAMK’s focus areas are the energy sector and combining entrepreneurial spirit with internationalism, languages and culture. Within VAMK, the Unit responsible of the management of the i-Skills Project is the Western Finland Design Centre (MUOVA).
NTL New Technologies and Learning in Europe e.V (Germany)
NTL Neue Technologien und Lernen e.V. / New Technologies and Learning in Europe is a nonprofit association under German law registered since January 1993 to support the use of new technologies to innovate learning experiences for individuals, groups and institutions, to transform educational institutions and the development processes for competences by supporting front end scientific research, encouraging and facilitating networking on national and international scale and between the different groups of stakeholders in fields like in policy and administration, research, development and implementation, professionals, quality and user representatives.
Militos Consulting S.A. (Greece)
Our company, Militos Emerging Technologies & Services, since its establishment in 2000, steadily continues its business success in rendering high quality consulting services that require complex thinking processes and a strong scientific foundation.

Our team members provide only high quality consulting services and offer real time expertise to our clients, as we keep investing in research, innovation and communication, while we capitalize on possibilities created by EU policies, initiatives, programmes, measures and actions.

Our fundamental objective is that the collaborations we choose are unique, regardless of their duration and magnitude.

Scienter CID (Spain)
SCIENTER CID from Spain is a research, consulting and services organisation, active in the field of education and training that was created as a Limited Company at the beginning of 1.999.

SCIENTER CID counts on the experience provided by its main partners: the University of Granada, the University Enterprise Foundation of the University of Granada as well as Menon Network, The EFQUEL Association and the Orion Association for Latin America and the Caribbean internationally.

CrystalClearSoft S.A. (Greece)
CCS has been helping publishers and corporate organizations with the development and execution of their digital learning strategy since 2005. From conceptualization and instructional design to testing and deployment, we offer an A-to-Z service that is cost-effective and hassle-free. With over 600 projects completed in the last 8 years, our experience gives our clients peace of mind that their investment in digital learning will yield satisfactory returns in terms of both learning effectiveness and business results.
Advancis Business Services, Lda. (Portugal)
Advancis is a business consulting and training company with a wide experience in assisting entrepreneurs and SME. Based in Portugal, Advancis has been expanding its activities to other European markets in recent years, base on a cooperation strategy with key organisations in other countries.

Advancis is a partner for the Erasmus Centre for Human Resource Excellence of the Erasmus University of Rotterdam.

This Project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.