Small and Medium Sized Industry Chamber of Piraeus (BEP)
Small and Medium Sized Industry Chamber of Piraeus (BEP) had been established at 1925 with governance decision and is regulated by Greek Ministry of Development. It is a public entity situated in Piraeus, Greece. It is run by a elected representative 61-member Board of Directors, elected every four years, and is the dominant body, taking the most important decisions concerning its action. It has 15000 active businesses registered in its register. Members of a Chamber of Commerce are usually international and local operating companies, such as lawyers, property developers, tourism companies, airlines, manufacturing companies, import and export businesses, banks, finance companies, legal advisors, IT and electronics manufacturers etc. BEP is the applicant of the proposal and is responsible for the overall planning, coordination and organization of the project tasks. They are going to plan and prepare the progress and financial reports during the implementation of the project and will assess/evalute the quality of the project results.
Izmir Commodity Exchange (ICE)
Izmir Commodity Exchange, (ICE) is a commodities exchange based in İzmir, Turkey. It was the first commodities exchange established in Turkey and focuses on agricultural products. It functions in accordance with the Turkish Law No. 5174 regarding the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey and the Chambers and Commodity Exchanges. The İzmir Commodity Exchange was established in İzmir, the 3rd largest province of Turkey, in 1891 as the first commodity exchange of Turkey. İzmir has always been an important hub for agricultural production and one of the centers for domestic and foreign trade throughout the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey. In fact, İzmir harbour was the most important export harbour of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century, which made the city the host for the first efforts to systemize the agricultural markets and the first commodity exchange of Turkey. ICE is co-beneficiery of the project and responsible for the implementation of the project activities in Turkey. It will be coordinating the implementation of the WP2 (need analysis and assessment) and will organize B2B meeting in Turkey. Additionally will be implementing the 10 training courses with local participants and using the knowledge and experience of the other partners.
Cámara Oficial de Comercio, Industria, Servicios y Navegación de Santiago de Compostela
Cámara Oficial de Comercio, Industria, Servicios y Navegación de Santiago de Compostela: Founded in 1889, the Santiago de Compostela Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Shipping is a Public Corporation, a consultative and collaborative body liaising with the Administrations, which represents, promotes and defends the general interests of companies in the region. The Chamber collaborates actively with the more than 30,000 Santiago de Compostela area-based companies, covering various needs, such as advice for the creation and development of businesses, promoting exports from the region, training human capital, and developing initiatives to extend the culture of quality and innovation so that SMEs in the area can tap the opportunities afforded by ecommerce. It offers services in the following areas: internal commerce, tax/legal/financial consultancy, European information, commercial/business information, data protection, environment, tourism, international commerce, documentation and studies, training services, entrepreneurs, R+D+I, competitiveness. Camara Compostela is co-beneficiery of the project and responsible for the implementation of the project activities in Spain. It will be coordinating the implementation of the WP3 (B2Bs for networking) and will support the establishment of Euro FEM network.
Aegean Region Businesswomen Association (EGİKAD)
Aegean Region Businesswomen Association (EGİKAD): is a non-governmental organization established in 1990 by 47 young industrialists and businessmen. With the mission of being a pioneer and pioneer in the society, gathering young entrepreneurs under the same roof, helping them to be fused with each other and helping them to convey their professional experiences and to enlighten the society on various subjects. conducts activities. The associated partners’ role is connected with the implementation of the need analysis, policy paper and local training. Both the organizations are representing female entrepreneurs and they will support the effective implementation of the tasks and enhance the influence of the project at local and international level.
SEGE - Greek Association of Women Entrepreneurs
SEGE - Greek Association of Women Entrepreneurs: is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) with a Pan-Hellenic non-profit nature and regards women engaged in business activities in Greece. SEGE was founded in 1997 in Thessaloniki. It is governed by a 9-member board. SEGE is a member of the Committee of Trade and Development of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece (fing), the Association of Organizations of Mediterranean Businesswomen (AFAEMME), while several of its members are participating in the administration Boards of Greek Chambers. SEGE collaborates with ministries, social partners, business associations and NGOs at local and European level to promote the interests of women engaged in business. The associated partners’ role is connected with the implementation of the need analysis, policy paper and local training. Both the organizations are representing female entrepreneurs and they will support the effective implementation of the tasks and enhance the influence of the project at local and international level.