The project is developing and establishing a transnational platform and activities that will build a strong and sustainable ecosystem firmly based in industry and universities.
A4SEE Symposia and an on-line platform will be established as dissemination activity. These symposia and the platform will allow students and sports industry employers to connect by means of: Company Presentations, (Technology) Demonstration Market and Academic Insights (PhD-, Master-project Posters).
By attracting additional associate project partners, this sustainable ecosystem will remain to connect with the target groups after the funding period and will continue to deliver activities.
- Develop new, innovative, and multidisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning;
- Stimulate entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial skills of higher education teaching staff and company staff;
- Facilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge
- Develop and implement a common vision and strategy road map to face global sports industry challenges for the next years, such as digitalization, sustainability (low carbon solutions, circular economy), etc.
The competition will be a central element of the European Week of Sport, European Commission’s initiative where EPSI is partner.
The annual EU Sport Forum will take place online next 8th-9th June through a special virtual platform established by the European Commission. EPSI will attend the event.
In the framework of the Project “European Alliance for Sport and Mental Health, a contest for creating a logo for this project has been launched. EASMH is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme and it is aimed at promoting sport for mental health.