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CETEM – Asociacion Empresarial De Investigacion Centro Tecnologico Del Mueble Y La Madera De La Region De Murcia

The technology Centre of Furniture and Wood of the Region of Murcia (CETEM) is a private and non-profit organisation located in the town of Yecla, one of the most important furniture clusters in Spain. Over the last 25 yeras, CETEM has been promoting and implementing innovation and technological development in furniture sector, becoming the main business reference in the industry and an important economic engine in the Region of Murcia. Their mission, vision and values are oriented towards the daily action of all the potential agents contributing to the continuous improvement of the furniture and wood industry: companies in the sector, research associations, universities, collaborators and the technology centre staff.

Amuebla – Agrupacion Empresarial Innovadora De Fabricantes De Muebles Y Afines De La Region De Murcia 

The Cluster of Innovation for Furniture Manufacturers and Related Industries of the Region of Murcia (AMUEBLA) is a non-profit business cluster, specialized in furniture manufacturing and related sectors, located in the region of Murcia.
The association consists of companies, research centres, and public and private training centres involved in collaborative exchange processes and focused on earning profits from implementing innovative projects.
The aim is to provide the development and implementation of innovative practices, improving the competitiveness of their associates, to defend their general interests, as well as to promote their international expansion and visibility.

Ayuntamiento de Yecla 

The Ayuntamiento de Yecla, also known as the Town Hall of Yecla, is the local government institution responsible for governing and managing the municipality of Yecla, which is located in the province of Murcia, Spain. Its objectives encompass a wide range of functions, from providing essential services to fostering cultural development, promoting tourism, and ensuring the overall well-being and prosperity of the community it serves.
The Ayuntamiento plays a crucial role in shaping the development and well-being of the town and its residents.Yecla has one of the most important Spanish furniture cluster is located and for that reason, the city council works daily to keep the cluster active and competitive, allowing for a very positive economic and social impact on the locality.

SHINE 2Europe,Lda

SHINE 2Europe aims to promote inclusive communities to all citizens, by delivering research services and support to the implementation of tech-Savvy, Healthy and INclusivE solutions (SHINE) in Europe, with a vision of fostering societal growth and inclusiveness, by sharing good practices, promoting networking between different stakeholders and countries and developing relevant projects.
SHINE promotes inclusive societies for all. This includes gender, race, age, personal opinions and lifestyles, literacy, environment and sustainability, with shared responsibility between citizens and within democratic values. What we really foster is to help imagining a society that is already built considering the different needs of all citizens and creating holistic solutions that can help them to be happy and have a fulfilled life.

AD ELO – Associação de Desenvolvimento Local da Bairrada e Mondego

AD ELO – Associação de Desenvolvimento Local da Bairrada e Mondego was founded in June 1994 and it’s a private non profitable association, recognized as a public-interest legal person. With its headquartered in Cantanhede, its intervention territory covers the municipalities of Cantanhede, Mealhada, Mira, Montemor-o-Velho, Penacova and Figueira da Foz.
Over its 29 years of existence it developed countless initiatives that contributed for the integrated development of the territory gathering technical and financial resources to accomplish projects related to companies and economic agents, social intervention and innovation, promoting and valuing products and local potential, among others. These projects start from an attitude of working in an extended partnership with the various agents of the territories.

CEIPES – Centro Internazionale Per La Promozione Dell’educazione E Lo Sviluppo Associazione

CEIPES (International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development) is a non-profit association founded in Palermo in 2007. It aims to empower people, communities & organisations (Vision), by developing their potential through education and training, work, innovation and international cooperation (Mission).
CEIPES works at local, European and international level in synergy with more than 100 organisations, bodies and institutions with the objective of improving methodologies and technologies in the field of education, developing innovative strategies and participatory tools in the work with youth and adults, in the field of education and research through local and international cooperation.

UNINA – Universita Degli Studi Di Napoli Federico Ii


The Department of Public Health of the University of Naples Federico II is born with a vision of medicine focused on the concept of health prevention in living and working environments, on the study of bio-morphological and molecular mechanisms, on the management of health services in an interdisciplinary and social conception of Public Health. The Department creates extensive collaborations with other Departments, the Medical School and the University Hospital, with regional, national, European and international research and training organizations, both public and private, and with all the private entities involved, to promote excellence in national and international scientific research, Local Health Agencies, hospitals, Municipalities and Industry.

CTIC – Fundacion Ctic Centro Tecnologico Para El Desarrollo En Asturias De Las Tecnologias De La Informacion

CTIC is a Spanish private non-profit Research and Technology Organization specialized in the research and development of cutting-edge ICT. CTIC provides service support to companies for a digital transition (mainly regional SMEs), especially linked to its rural innovation center (CTIC Rural Tech), thus Moving R&D to business innovation and linking Academia to Market underpinned on Key Enabling Technologies. Its activity and background therefore evolves around technological innovation, with wide experience in digital transition and smart community build-up in rural áreas.

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