Third Coordination Meeting of the ARTISAN European Consortium of Partners at University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain

Written on 08 December 2017.

The ARTISAN European consortium of partners held its third coordination meeting at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Albacete, Spain, on the 25th and 26th of July 2017.

The consortium of partners which includes 7 organisations from 6 different EU countries discussed the second implementation report: “Empirical Study: Skill needs of family businesses in generational transition in the artisan and agro-tourism sectors” and the findings from the focus groups and individual interviews.

They also discussed the methodological plan, format, structure and content of the upcoming report on “Entrepreneurial Training Courses and Material” presented by Dr. Rania Labaki from EDHEC Business School and the “Train the Trainers Handbook and Guidebook” by Dr. Salavatore Tomaselli from Universita Degli Studi di Palermo. Dr. Elias Hadjielias from UCLan Cyprus presented the guidelines and instructions for the development of the “Casebook on Artisan and Agrotouristic Family Businesses”. Finally, Dr. Stephanie Apserou from GrantXpert provided all partners with guidelines on dissemination activities.

For more information:


See Also

Governance and Emotions at the Interface in the Family Business
- 12-01-2018
The Academy of Management (AOM), founded in 1936 in the United States, organizes its...
Interview with Julia Milner, PhD, new Academic Director of the Global MBA programme
- 11-01-2018
The Global MBA programme has a new Academic Director! Professor Julia Milner, PhD, has...
To sell or not to sell?
- 11-01-2018
Dr. Fabian Bernhard has been actively involved in the EDHEC Family Business Centre...
Highlights from EFBC 2017 Quarterly Research Meetings
- 10-01-2018
  With its new strategic orientation in 2017, The EDHEC Family Business Centre (...