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Dr. Andrijana Bogdanovska Gj. participated at the 2017 PEP Annual Conference and General Meeting which took place from June 8 to 14 in Nairobi, Kenya.

On May 25th, 2017, Center for Knowledge Management signed Memorandum for understanding with GENSBOX in Tianjin, China.

“Integrated Support Programs and the Growth of Micro and Small Entrepreneurs – The Case of Republic of Macedonia” is the project that Dr. Andrijana Bogdanovska Gj. will present at the 2017 PEP Annual Conference and General Meeting.

Andrijana Bogdanovska

Center for Knowledge Management will participate in the preparation of sectoral analyzes within the IPA2 mechanism for CSOs.

Rewarded candidates

On October 29th, 2016, CKM and the Municipality of Strumica organized the closing event of the project “Supporting businesses for young people” where 8 grants of 3000 euros each were awarded to the 8 best business plans. 

Strumica Star-up Training

October 6th, 2016, Strumica, Macedonia 

The team of CKM organised the first set of the educational training, part of the project for “Supporting businesses for young people” financed by the Municipality of Strumica and the Foundation Open Society - Macedonia. 

June 29, 2016, Kapfenberg, Austria

On June 29, 2016, CKM’s team attended the 4th project meeting of the project M-commerce. The meeting was held in the premises of the FH JOANNEUM – University of applied science located in Kapfenberg, place between Graz and Vienna. 

In the week beginning on May 23rd 2016, CKM organised training on M-commerce (mobile commerce). The training is an output of the Erasmus Plus project M-commerce, while the modules were developed in collaboration with 6 project partners from different EU member countries and EU applicants. CKM participated in the project from the Macedonian side.

CKM is organizing a six-day event, training in m-commerce in the second half of May, 2016. The training is organised as part of CKM activities under the Erasmus plus project - M-commerce.  The project M-commerce is focused on developing training for employees of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The aim of the project is to encourage the development and expansion of m-commerce activities in these companies.

 

December 3rd , 2015, Alcala, Spain

Erasmus plus project M-commerce, implemented by Consortia of 7 project partners and led by the University FHJ from Austria, had its third project meeting at the University of Alcala (UA), Spain. Located in Alcala, a small place nearby Madrid, UA is the oldest University in Europe. Alcala is also known as the birthplace of the famous Spanish writer Servantes. 

On November the 12th, Knowledge Center in its premises organized working breakfast for the successful finalization of the project for creation of  I-lab.mk in Macedonia

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2015

Knowledge Center at the International Summer School

Knowledge Center took part at the International Summer School for Young Economists, held in Ohrid, Macedonia, from 9th to 15th August, 2015.

The summer school was in organization of The Faculty of Economics – Skopje, at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, and AIESEC Skopje, hosted at the Congress Center in Orhid. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2015

Project m-commerce

June 9th, 2015, Johannburg, Sweden

Project M-commerce - 2nd project meeting - Johannburg, Sweden

 

Andrijana Bogdanovska from the Center for Knowledge Management (CKM) participated at the 2nd project meeting held at the Technological park of Johannburg Sweden on June 8th and 9th, 2015. At the meeting the project partners wrapped up the last open issues regarding the m-commerce study and agreed on the structure of the six modules in e-commerce and m-commerce to be developed in the next six months.

CKM is a Macedonian project partner in m-commerce and Erasmus plus project funded by the Austrian NA.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 

PPP4Broadband

December 8-9th, 2014, Brussels, Belgium

PPP4Broadband project results were presented on the closing Conference on 9the December 2014 in Brussels. 

 

In the frames of South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, PPP4Broadband project partnership has been working for two years for developing new tools for South-East Europe territories with no or very weak broadband internet coverage. It is proven that broadband gap has a negative impact on economic growth and social cohesion.

 

The work has come to its end and results were presented during the PPP4Broadband Day on 9the December 2014 in Brussels, in the heart of Europe.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014

PPP4Broadband