• June 17, 2024

The BOOMER consortium held its third face-to-face meeting in Malaga

On 31 May 2024, the consortium in charge of implementing the project BOOMER – Booming digital literacy skills among elderly population, held its third transnational meeting in Malaga, Spain. Hosted by …

UNITY EUROPE project kicks off to support integration of young immigrants across Europe

IT Solutions for All is excited to announce the kick-off of the UNITY EUROPE project, marked by an online meeting held on April 9, 2024. UNITY EUROPE, co-funded by the European …

Launch of the ALL-IN Project Website: Advancing Language Learning for Inclusive Narratives

The launch of the digital platform of the project “ALL-IN: Advancing Language Learning for Inclusive Narratives” marks an important milestone in the promotion of inclusive communication across Europe. This project, co-funded …

European Project “OPSIZO”: OPSIZO Diversity & Inclusion in Microenterprise Development of Resources

OPSIZO Project have developed a suite of resources as part of this innovative project exploring Diversity and Inclusion in Microenterprise. OPSIZO focuses on promoting social inclusion and involving people with fewer …

Development of OPSIZO Toolkit in 5 languages

Through the Erasmus+ OPSIZO project, partners developed a Toolkit aimed at assessing the current situation in terms of Diversity and Inclusion within micro-enterprises. The Toolkit aims to provide tools that support …

On October 8th 2020, IHF asbl joined the Kick-Off Meeting of VESTA, a Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, which brings together 6 Partners from 5 countries (Belgium, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). The KOM, originally planned in Pordenone, Italy, was held in online mode due to COVID-19 restrictions.

More than 14 million family enterprises in Europe provide for 50% GDP and 60 million jobs. In times of crisis, family enterprises play a crucial socio-economic role as an employment buffer and pivot of growth. Despite their role, at present there are no programmes and initiatives tailored to the specific needs of family enterprises whose competitiveness is undermined by specific challenges. Shortcomings in regulation, definitions, support system and training limit family enterprises potential, exacerbated by fragmentation among Member States.

VESTA has the objective of supporting the growth and sustaining the competitiveness of family enterprises so that they can strive and continue to play that crucial role of social buffer and economic engine of growth, by developing innovative operational tool and training resources. Within such context, VESTA is devoted to family enterprises, especially those of micro-small size, formal and non-formal VET service providers and representatives of user groups, FB facilitators and members of support associations, media, and to all those who are interested in family business management.

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