Mirabilia - European Network of UNESCO Sites connects for the first time all the areas associated by an historical, cultural and environmental importance. An interaction among institutional and economic stakeholders and among different governance models supporting different territorial development policies.
Sponsored by 12 Chambers of Commerce the network connects the UNESCO - World Heritage Sites, excluding the universally known ones, in order to promote them among Italian and foreign tourists.More info
Mirabilia Food & Drink is going to take place in Taranto for its first edition from the 27th to the 29th of October to celebrate a new phase of relations and comparison with foreign markets traders, with a varied range of typical products from the UNESCO World heritage sites industries. These intense days will be preceded by a visit of the Japanese delegation buyer to different companies in Matera before moving to the Ionic capital. On October 28th, at the "Cittadella delle imprese" …Read the news
The project Mirabilia - European Network of UNESCO Sites, is preparing for the biggest showcase of the V International Cultural Tourism Exchange, to be held in Udine from 24th to 25th of October 2016. Operators wishing to attend, have to convey the request within September 15th. The event is organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Matera, the project leader, together with the Chambers of Commerce of Bari, Chieti, Genoa, Lecce, Messina, Perugia, Riviera of Liguria, Taranto and Udine. The …Read the news
The annual event is held at the end of the year and it is known as the “International Exchange of cultural tourism”, i.e. a business-to-business event where the offer coming from our destinations meets the demand of the big international tourist buyers who have been selected by a technical partner.
The seven winners of the eighth annual European Enterprise Promotion Awards (EEPA) were announced in Naples at the SME Assembly, which is the cornerstone of European SME Week.
The Grand Jury Prize was awarded to Encouraging Business Start-ups by Mothers with Young Children, a Hungarian project that seeks to help mothers develop the skills and mind-set to launch and run successful businesses. It offers online resources and training programmes.
The project also holds the Entrepreneurial Women’s Roundtable to help mothers navigate the world of business and build relationships with one another.