ACROSSEE: Accessibility improved at border Crossings for the integration of South East Europe was a project co-financed by the Transnational Cooperation Programme "South-East Europe", working in line with the new EU TEN-T Guidelines and aiming at improving cross-border accessibility in the South -East Europe Area. This objective was reached by promoting optimization of the existing network and extending the EU transport network model to the Western Balkans.
Sustainable Made in Italy was a project supported by the Italian Ministry of Environment Land and Sea.
The project was based on a Survey of Italian companies promoting innovation production on sustainable principles and supporting this kind of companies and innovation at international level.
The project was carried on the following phases:
- Club of firms start up: selection and involvement of firms, launch of the activities.
- Sustainable Made in Italy Survey: case studies collection, analysis and results.
- Promotion e communication: final research publication, catalog of the Sustainable Made in Italy firms, results presentation.
CNA Appointed VIU_TeDIS to carry on a research project aimed at defining the guidelines of an innovative policy for SME’s internationalization in the next future.
The aim of the project was an experimental research and analysis of a web based system for the benchmarking of the innovation, competitiveness and success. The first step of the projectwas an industrial research of best practices and benchmarking methodolgies in field such as the internationalization processes. VIU_TeDIS supported and audited the project phases and planned and managed the dissemination of the project results.
VIU in collaboration with the Young Entrepreneaurs Group Unindustria Treviso and the patronage of the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, carried out the project Innovation and Sustainability started in 2010.
The project aimed at developing a pattern for young entrepreneurs for building capacity and awareness in the field of green economy, through seminars, site visits and workshops on the topic. Conferences, workshops and site visits were organised, involving young entrepreneurs and experts.
"Il Veneto di Hemingway" was a VIU project financed by the Veneto Region. It was based on the idea of reconstructing and valorizing the Veneto through Hemingway's experience of the region during his stays in Italy from 1948 to 1954.
The first exihibition was held in Cortina between December 20, 2009 and January 24, 2010.
The second exhibition was held in Caorle between July 23,2010 and August 28, 2010.
In 2011 two exhibitions were planned: one in Venice (from April 2 to May 15) and two in New York (May-June and September).
The 2011 exhibition in Venice was particularly important because it coincides with the 50th anniversary of Hemingway's death.