The project partnership consists of 7 partners from 4 countries:

Germany, Poland, Greece & Belgium

Delta Partner – Lead Partner


Delta Partner Association provides services for companies in Silesia (strategies and EU applications). There are at least 35 companies the Association with which they maintain business relationships. Also, there is close cooperation with the University of Silesia in Cieszyn (entrepreneurship incubator) and with 45 students interested in launching a business.
They provide training, assistance in effective job search, use of modern methods of finding work, learning the basics of entrepreneurship and of necessary skills in setting up a business. They provide legal advice and they are helping in the overcoming of administrative barriers. In addition, they provide assistance in writing business plans and implementing business projects of students in real life. They also support the running of a business incubator. The organization has experienced and educated staff.

European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB)


The European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) is the European umbrella association of free and non-profit educational providers.

Its objective lies in the qualitative improvement of vocational education and training in European countries and an increase in the efforts being carried out in education at a European level.

The European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) is the European umbrella association of non-profit providers of Vocational Education and Training (VET).
Its objective is the qualitative improvement of vocational education and training in Europe and beyond and to increase the efforts designed to promote VET as a first choice. EVBB has more than 80 members coming both from the private and the public sector and covers all fields related to initial, advanced and further education and training.

European Entrepreneurs CEA-PME (Confédération Européenne des Associations de Petites et Moyennes Entreprises) is a Brussels-based business federation which currently counts 14 European associations of small and medium enterprises (SME) among its members, with approx. 600.000 enterprises associated, employing more than 14,5 million people. It maintains relationships with 11 partner associations in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

It represents the interests of its members towards the institutions of the European Union and offers services in the field of public procurement and public relations. From 2006 to 2008, CEA-PME coordinated a research project to the benefit of SME associations, called InCaS – Intellectual Capital Statement, and following from 2010 to 2013 also the CADIC project, both funded by the Europan Commission.

BK-CON entails broad experience in EU-funded projects, at a development and implementation level. Being founded in 1994, they have over 30 years of expertise in transnational projects having participated in the design and implementation of a total project value that exceeds the budget of 4 billion Euros.

They operate in a multicultural environment, speaking more than 6 languages, and offering expertise in various fields including Education, Employment Policies and Social Inclusion. Their broad network of partner organizations and experts exceeds Germany and covers the EU while we are also present overseas (i.e. Asia). They provide a wide bouquet of services, facilitating capacity building and quality assurance. Their intention is to use their experience to provide added value for organizations and partners at local, regional, national and transnational levels, creating added value for our societies, in a sustainable manner.

AKMI International is the International Department of the AKMI Group of Companies, located in a modern, vivid workspace in the heart of Athens.

AKMI consists of a team of passionate professionals that offers high-quality, customized project implementation services, turning innovative ideas into funded projects, through which, they aim to create value, maximize the social impact, and drive meaningful change.

As a department of an educational group, education is always at the epicentre of its activities, with a focus on designing and delivering innovative, modern, and inclusive curricula that will meet the needs of the labour market and foster employability. Over the years of their activity, they have implemented more than 100 European projects and established a wide network of more than 1000 collaborating organizations from Europe and beyond.

Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice


The Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice was established in 1990 by 103 founders from the Silesian Voivodeship. During the 32 years of tradition, CCI in Katowice became a strong partner for business entities in Silesia and in other regions of Poland. Supporting Business is not our only area of activity, we have strong relations with scientific, self-governmental and national institutions of Poland. If they sum up the number of companies with which they cooperate, they will get 2000 business entities. Their experience and will to growth of our Member Companies pushed them to create an international network, with branches in Israel and Pakistan. Their international partners are in the United States (Nevada State), Słovakia, Czech, China, India, Hungary, and Ukraine.

Innovation Hive


Innovation Hive is a private non-profit organization located in Greece, specialising in the fields of research and innovation. Our actions aim to enhance the economic and social cohesion of European societies while our goal is to find solutions to the new innovation challenges, achieve growth, sustainability and maximize the impact on society. The organization’s philosophy in order to achieve these goals is based on co-creation methodologies and a quadruple helix approach. The engagement of stakeholders from industry, science and society is aiming to create links between the businesses, academia and civic actors in order to develop a combination of knowledge, skills, tools, values and motivation. The final goal is to make a difference in local societies and to succeed at the highest level in the principles of social innovation concepts.