i-strategies SCARL

Is a start-up company (SME) based in Central Italy (Marche Region), created in 2018. More specifically istrategies is a creative agency specialized in Heritage Marketing, Storytelling and Creative Tourism for companies and tourist destinations.

Leveraging on research, storytelling and heritage marketing skills, i-strategies is able to generate belonging, high emotional intensity bonds, socialization of experiences and awareness of ethical business practices. In a word: it offers a long term horizon of meaning to companies and territories.


Established in 2001, the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. MCAST’s relationship with industry stimulates the College’s success – its programmes are flexible, relevant and responsive to the aspirations of the students and to the needs of industries which are constantly evolving to meet the challenges of a changing global economy. The College supports small and medium-sized enterprises through a multidisciplinary approach. This encompasses work-based learning through the Apprenticeships Programme, the various entrepreneurship initiatives and provides training courses tailor-made to their needs. Through its participation in various EU-funded projects, MCAST is currently expanding its research capacity whilst also aligning with SDGs, the National R&I Strategy 2020 and the Low Carbon Development Strategy 2050.


EFCoCert stays for European Foundation for Competence Certification, with the following profile:

Swiss non-profit Foundation, established 2014
Dedicated to set & operate competence certification schemes in accordance with ISO 17024 rules
Innovating by using informal open recognition as basis for formal certification
Developing EU competence certification schemes funded within Erasmus+ projects

Develop and manage competence certification schemes for non-regulated professions in Europe to provide recognition and validation of non-formal and informal learning, enhancing the employability and mobility.
Provide innovative solutions within competence certification for recognizing technical and soft skills though an informal open badge recognition ecosystem leading to revolve the classical certification approach and reduce costs by universal accessibility.


Advocates of innovation in education, Momentum (with the company tagline of innovate + educate) is one of Ireland’s leading creative economy and cluster development specialists. As a VET organisation, they provide with up- to-date training to enable them to adopt and adapt to emerging online business models, paving the way for future business growth. Some of their specific objectives up to 2025 are to:

– continue to launch and implement innovative digital and hybrid approaches to lifelong learning

– develop and elaborate innovative curricula and modules in new fields such as Big Data, data visualisation, IOT, AI

– create, manage and develop contemporary open-learning environments and interactive classrooms

– examine how technology is disrupting the ways in which we work today

– align our work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030, in particular SDG 4 Quality Education

Founded in 2003, Momentum has grown rapidly in size and now employs 24 staff and subcontractors. The training wing of Momentum equips over 600 learners per annum through our sought after classroom training and development courses and thousands more through our blended learning and online courses. Momentum also has a strong marketing division specialising in content generation, digital media and social media, hence data visualation and digital stotytelling is a key part of their skill base.

Fondazione Luigi Clerici

Is a private non-profit organization which has been carrying out its activities since 1972.  With its over 20 branches it promotes training and services to support work placement, with an articulated and customized offer, responsive to the needs of the area and the local production system. FLC aims at promoting the empowerment process of the person at professional and at personal level by offering professional, cultural and social training. It focuses on the educational project of the person (understood as citizen and worker) and on the development of methods and training paths through which the realization of its potential in the context of life can be improved. Through its activities Fondazione Luigi Clerici intends to offer guidance to people in order to improve their skills by flexibly adapting their resources in the context in which they live, thus promoting the well-being of the entire community. In particular, FLC promotes training and employment by ensuring the centrality of the person in a framework of equal opportunities. It also participates in the community lives within the areas in which it operates, and it pays special attention to the social sector by stimulating innovation and individual and economic growth.