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Second Coordination Meeting of the ARTISAN European Consortium of Partners at EDHEC Business School in Paris

ARTISAN European consortium of partners held its second coordination meeting at EDHEC Business School (Paris) on March 9th and 10th, 2017. During this meeting, partners from seven European…
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8 Dec 2017

 

ARTISAN European consortium of partners held its second coordination meeting at EDHEC Business School (Paris) on March 9th and 10th, 2017.

During this meeting, partners from seven European institutions discussed the first Implementation Report on the State of the Art and Policy Recommendations of Artisan and Agrotouristic Family Business. Rania Labaki (EDHEC Business School, France), Alexander Krauss (ISOB, Germany), Helena Alves (UBI, Portugal), Juan J. Jimenez (Universidad De Castilla La Mancha, Spain), Salvatore Tomaselli (Universita Degli Studi di Palermo, Italy) and Elias Hadjielias (UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus) presented their team work progress.

Partners also discussed the Methodology for the Empirical Study on the Skill Needs of Family Businesses in generational transition in the agrotouristic and artisan sector towards the next steps.

For more information on the meeting: http://www.euartisan.eu/single-post/2017/03/20/ARTISAN-2ND-COORDINATION-MEETING-IN-PARIS 

 

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