The kick-off Conference of the Twinning Project “Institutional Support to the Ministry of Enviroment and Spatial Planning of Kosovo” was held on 14th  December in Pristina. This EU funded Twinning Project will be implemented by a wide Italian, French and Kosovan institutional partnership. The project will be administered with the support nof the Italian Agency for Developmente and International Economic Cooperation-INFORMEST and the French Agency-ADETEF.

 

On December 2 will be hold in Udine at the Salone delle Feste of the Hotel Astoria (XX Settembre Square, 24) the Seminar “The AGRONET Project and the development of a network in the agro-food chain”. The project benefits from funding from the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013, and sees the participation of partners from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy.

 

It will be held from 30th of November to 2nd of December 2 at the Best Western Hotel in Gorizia, Corso Italia, 63, the course "Easy financing tools: opportunities for business development" aimed at entrepreneurs, managers, accountants and auditors . Participation is free.

 

From May 24 to May 27 Informest, together with the Polo Tecnologico of Pordenone, leaded the economic - institutional delegation from our region to Istambul. The economic delegation gathered the best of FVG enterprises within the ICT field. This iniziative was part of the Turkey - ICT project, which is financed by Italian Ministry of Economy and aims at developing new business opportunities for the ICT made in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

 

Informest follows closely the development of the "Macroregion Initiative", which remains one among the most innovative Ue policies. Thanks to the agreement signed with IAI today in Ancona, Informest confirms its position of national counseling centre for the development of macroregion strategies. Among the participants of the event in Ancona, beside Informest Vicepresident Silvia Acerbi, there were the President of the Marche Region, the Major of the City of Ancona and the Headmaster of the local university.

 

“This victory confirms that Informest is among the most succesful and effective European organizations to gain Ue Funds”.

Vicepresident Acerbi’s comment on latest Informest Ue success: twinning project funds - 1 million and 800 thousands Euros - to give Kosovo Governement technical assistance about Environment issues.

 

Financial facilities for SMEs: training and capacity building for
Business Support Organisation in non-Eu member states of the Central
European Initiative – FIT4SMEs.
The project aims at building a network among Eastern and Balkan
countries, in order to facilitate SME sto access credit. The meeting
focuses on the credit possibilities offered by FMI within the CEI
member countries.

 

A note by vicepresident Silvia Acerbi on her speech given in the occasion of the visit of Ambassadors of CEI Member States Accredited to Rome and of Italian Ambassadors Accredited to CEI Member States. Acerbi underlines the role of territorial cooperation within the EU elargement process and about Informest says "We are the "professionals" for the EU inclusion".

 

UEFA EURO 2012 are next to come, and Poland, host country together with Ukraine, is getting ready for the big event. Everywhere works in progress bloom, in order to strengthen and enhance Poland's capability as to hospitality industry. UEFA EURO 2012 could be an excellent ground for business for local enterprises, too. On March 3rd and 4th the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region welcomes an economic delegation from Poland, interested to know FVG best practice, particularly the "Knife District" and the "Food District", respectively located in Maniago (PN) and San Daniele del Friuli.

 

The results of the report promoted by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region and developed by Informest.
Summary of the speeches by Informest Vicepresident Silvia Acerbi and Federica Seganti, regional counsellor for economic development.
A new approach to encourage internationalization among regional enterprises, in order to overcome both the crisis and old structural limits.

 

Strengths and weaknesses of the internationalization model within the Friuli Venezia Giulia economic system.
On monday February 21st, in Trieste, at MIB's base, starting at 10.00: formal presentation  of the results of the report - promoted by Friuli Venezia Giulia Region and developed by Informest - focused on the diffusion of internationalization among FVG enterprises.

 

Federico Vidic, secretary of the "Circolo Medeot" based in Gorizia, writes an article for the local newspaper "Il Piccolo" about the role of Informest as a major asset to the future development of the town. Here is the reply of Informest Vicepresident Silvia Acerbi. 

 

The focus of today's event hold by Confindustria Trieste premises is "The real economies of Central and Eastern Europe: Croatia, Serbia and Albania". Informest Vice President Silvia Acerbi explains: "Recent developments of Greek crisis increased need of information about areas that are very important for our economic recovery. Events like this underline how Informest continues to be an extraordinary instrument of  mediation and knowledge for the entire economic system of our region.

 

Informest lives a gold period and redoubles its activities. Informest tentative balance for 2010 - which has been recently approved during the last Informest members'meeting held in Gorizia - registers an excellent positive result: a 45% increase on volume of projects of International cooperation. The 2010 is revealing a strategic year also for the creation of Informest Consulting (the company's capital is held 100% by Informest): Informest Consulting will manages all commercial activity - counseling and services for private companies. 

 

The effects of the crisis on the country's economy.

 

Informest mission in Albany ends today: new possibilities of cooperation on welfare issues.

 

bloggEST: si chiamerà così il blog a firma di Informest da oggi attivo sul nostro sito.

Di cosa si occuperà bloggEST? "Non solo di Est" è la prima precisazione che viene da Silvia Acerbi, Vicepresidente di Informest, che aggiunge: "Informest sta vivendo un momento straordinario: la crisi ha in qualche modo cambiato, rendendolo più incisivo, non solo il ruolo ma anche il significato della cooperazione internazionale, sempre di più strumento di sviluppo economico sul territorio. Di questo parlerà il nostro blog: sviluppo, cooperazione e conoscenza - che è poi il lavoro di Informest".

 

Un nuovo sito - http://www.osservatoriocrisi.it/ - e sei tappe in tutta la regione in una serie d'incontri con le associazioni economiche del Friuli Venezia Giulia: l'OER ACTIVE, l'Osservatorio sulle economie reali dell'Europa centrale ed orientale realizzato da Informest allarga il proprio bacino d'interesse, si rende più visibile ed entra in una nuova fase di diffusione dei risultati e raccolta dati.

 

NOTICE

In compliance with the provisions of the Prime Ministerial Decree dated 11 March 2020 on the containment and management of the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19 Informest will be closed to the public. Activities will continue, as far as possible, in “smart-working”.
Email addresses will remain active. For specific needs or urgencies please contact the following number +393487990373.

Boris Dijust nuovo presidente di Informest

[ Il Piccolo, 9 luglio 2020 ]

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Pilot action in fishery sector for lybia economic development

Project funded by the Italian Ministry of Interior - Civil Liberties and Immigration Department, managed by Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region - International Relations Service, jointly with the Presidency of the Regional Council, with the operational support of Informest and the collaboration of the municipalities of Tripoli, Benghazi, Tobruk and Sirte.

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