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The Budapest Enterprise Agency (BEA) consortium leader organized the 9th Be Smart competition under the aegis of which one part was dedicated to the Interreg V-A Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Programme’s EYES project. The awarded startups of the competition won the opportunity to exhibit at the Budapest Startup Forum and participate in the competition at the international think.BDPST Start-up Expo on the 4th-5th April, 2019.
On the 30th of January 2019 was held a final press conference in Kráľovský Chlmec for a cross-border project called Creating the possibility of E-Radiology Cooperation between hospitals in Miskolc and Kráľovský Chlmec.
On 24 January 2019, the final conference of the project FORBEST - Environmental Education and Training in Forest Schools supported by the Interreg V-A Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Program was held.
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Builcogreen is a cross-border project which aims to increase the level of cooperation between settlements, local governments and their urban service provider institutions centered around and organised by Arrabona EGTC.The main partners of the EGTC are highly experienced in certain fields of urban services and these so-called areas of excellences should be transformed to transferable best practices and know-hows.
The family day opens the door to the parents to meet their children’s teachers and gives opportunities for entertainment.
The final conference of the HelloMentor project, launched in September 2017. The project aim is to support the NGOs, the regional identity, and to strengthen the civil society in the slovakian-hungarian border region. The Topics of the conference is the deficiency supplying aspect of the HelloMentor Program.
Total projects: 65
Total ERDF amount awarded to projects: €71.60 M