ADSA has been selected to the next round of the Interreg30 Project Slam
This project on Atlantic Digital Startups was selected among 150 project stories
The Interreg 30 years Project Slam 2020 competition, organised by Interact and DG Regio, aims to present projects achievements using storytelling technique, received over 150 project stories.
The project story of Atlantic Area project ADSA has been selected to go to the next round of the Project Slam, within the theme of ‘We all have a neighbour’.
30 project stories were selected in this first round. The next step is the production of a video to be shared and voted on social networks. The final 6 winners will perform their story on stage during the European Week of Regions and Cities in October, in Brussels.
ADSA, Supporting Atlantic digital startups to go international, aims to create an internationalisation programme for digital start-ups in the Atlantic Area, an innovative IT product to help them to access foreign markets to accelerate their sales, starting with the neighbour countries for a smooth introduction into foreign markets.
Published on: 2020-05-20
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