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    Boosting blue Entrepreneurs compentences

    toward an enviromental care ecosystem

    Bluesprout Sustainable Practices for Blue Entrepreneurs

    Taking advantage of the blue growth opportunities requires an adequately and educated workforce that will have the ability and knowledge to use and apply latest technologies and tools and equipment, filling in a number of gaps.

    An healthy environment and high-quality services will make coastal areas more appealing for marine and nautical tourism activities, sports, and green tourism. Therefore, specific strategies drawing on innovative and attractive policies and products must be put forward to capture the potential of marine tourists in low season.

    In order to reduce this gap, our project aims to train both new and already active professionals in the field towards a more “blue oriented” management system which applicates the best sustainability practices.

    The Consortium believes that the overall tourism’s sector and the marine one in particular, suffering of skills shortage (which is putting at real risk the employment in the sector) will benefit from new skilled people capable of propose new sustainable tourism packages and services encouraging at the same time a more sustainable tourist behavior.

    Professionals should necessarily have an innovative approach to take advantage of new opportunities, valorising at the same time the peculiarity resources of a territory to please the new touristic demand, for that reason the project aims to focus its intervention on improving services and developing a touristic product perceived as sustainable and environmental-friendly.




    Why Circular Economy

    Objective 1

    Improve the institutional ecosystem identifying best practices and replicable models.

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    Project 2018-1-MT01-KA202-038500 Bluesprout
    Funded by the Maltese National Agency of Erasmus+ Programme

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