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EURAKOM works across sectors with a diverse range of public authorities, private companies and organisations to accompany their projects and initiatives from concept to implementation but also by providing thematic expertise in the areas of tourism and hospitality. EURAKOM has been instrumental to the development of sustainable regional tourism flagship projects such as Tropicalia, the world’s largest sustainable Greenhouse, or the successful bid for European Region of Gastronomy of Hauts-de-France in 2019/2020 and others. For large-scale projects and activities EURAKOM works with a cross sectoral bottom-up approach to maximise impact and ensure project uptake and success. We are a passionate advocate for integrating sustainability into business processes and as a core element in education and employment. We are advising and mentoring businesses on sustainability, successful stakeholder engagement as well as sustainable communication with different audiences.
DomSpain is a Training and Consulting Company active on a national and international level.
It offers a variety of services to the public and private sector of Spain and actively participates in international schemes through a well-established network of partners abroad. DomSpain is engaged in the EU Pact for Skills.In the VET sector, the Training department of DomSpain focus on ICT, foreign languages, employability, and work-based learning. In the tourism field, together with partners from 8 EU countries, DomSpain developed a COSME project “Visits4U” (699484), aimed at delivering an inclusive tourism training and promoting capacity building to improve user experience through the development of the materials in easy-read format and Sign Language videos: www.visits4u.eu
Currently, DomSpain is involved in the Erasmus+ Guide Me Green project, focusing on the development of tourism immersive experiences.
Also, DomSpain constantly organises campaigns to raise awareness on the importance of cultural heritage and, especially, making it accessible and inclusive for all.
Green Village is a tourism SME, founded in 1994 in the seaside town of Xylokastro, in the Peloponnese. It offers a “community-like” accommodation experience as it is comprised of 20 independent villas inside a Mediterranean garden full of indigenous plants and trees and has been providing its services to hundreds of thousands of guests and visitors. Apart from the regular tourism and hospitality services GV has always been focusing on the organisation of events and initiatives related to sustainable regional development, culture, community building, and education. These initiatives play an important role in the cultural life of Xylokastro. The last few years the Green Village management team has placed its focus on implementing approaches, trainings and practices related to sustainable tourism. Both the overall structure of the hotel premises and its brand name offer great potential on evolving and transforming GV into a hub for sustainable development for the whole region.