BIG4SPORTS aims at connecting funding sources with sports organisations to jointlydevelop innovative collaboration schemes in Good Governance for sport.
Co-funded by the European Commission within the framework of ERASMUS+, BIG4SPORTS plans to reinforce the capacities of sport organisations in terms of good governance and financial integrity. The end goal is to improve sport organisations’ attractiveness by ensuring the highest standards in the management of sport. It will therefore increase public and private sectors’ trust towards sport stakeholders.
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SPOKI project aims to increase children’s involvement in sports by using SportKompas, a sport orientation method developed at Ghent University. The project aims to help children between 8 and 10 choose sports that align with their interests and abilities. SportKompas provides guidance, data for teachers, and insights for local governments and universities.
2024 has just begun and the first months of work for the I3-INSHAPE project are behind us. Co-funded by the EU, it aims to enhance the European digital economy by transforming the ClusSport Partnership recognized by the EU into a European competence centre for SME sports and vitality initiatives, accelerating interregional innovation investments and creating the I3-INSHAPE Network of Innovation and Investment Hubs.
In 2023, EPSI welcomed 37 new members, based in 21 different European countries. They include sport organizations, SMEs, industries, private and public entities, education and research institutions and associations.