Wednesday, November 8th 2017

Program that will support small and medium enterprises in Romania, Bulgaria and Greece

The European Investment Advisory Hub, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and European Union (EU) have launched a new program dedicated to supporting small and medium enterprises (IMM) to gain the expertise needed for sustainable growth. The program aims to support at least 240 IMMs in Romania, Bulgaria and Greece over three years, providing them access to personalized business consultancy. The services provided will allow these enterprises to have access to local and international consultancy, to improve their competitiveness and to develop their business. In Romania, over 100 local companies will benefit directly from this program, which offers expertise across a wide range of areas such as strategy, promotion for export, financial management, energy efficiency and marketing. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

The International Energy Forum, in Bucharest

The International Energy Forum (IEF) begins today in Bucharest. Organized by the Romanian Energy Center (ROEC), it is one of the events in which political decision-makers, companies and specialists in this sector from most European and Chinese countries are expected. The organizers say the forum is an optimal opportunity for decision-makers of national and European policies to stay at the same table with firms and companies in energy, for consultations, projects and technical solutions on the market in the field. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

The Ministry of Education has launched a public consultation on homework

The Ministry of Education has launched a public consultation on homework. The action aims to establish a new approach to the role of these activities, but also to correct some reported malfunctions. Teachers in primary, secondary and high school, parents and students are invited to make their views public by filling in online questionnaires by November 20. The consultation is organized together with the Institute of Educational Sciences. The Ministry of Education emphasises that personal data are not requested and the centralized answers are confidential. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

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