4 January 2021
Aiming for internationalisation, the All In Project intends to promote and capacitate SMEs of the ASD sectors located in the least developed regions for Portugal.
“All In” is the name of AED Cluster Portugal’s current project and is, at the same time, the motto for what is expected from companies and the cluster itself: the strong commitment to capacitate and internationalise the Portuguese business fabric.
With this mission in mind, strengthening relations between AED’s associated SMEs and promoting, engaging and collaborating with some of the world’s leading players is crucial.
Thus, the project defined the following main goals:
To achieve these objectives, various actions will be implemented, such as an online image and communication campaign, the participation in fairs, seminars and international visits, the advisory work with journalists and/or opinion-makers and, finally, a prospective study aiming to increase knowledge of the markets, thus allowing informed and sustained decisions and choices to be made.
“All In” has a total eligible expense of €369,742.99 financed by COMPETE, according to the notice nº01/SIAC/2019 – Sistema de Apoio a Ações Coletivas.
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