2019-12-06 |PROJECTS MEETING

On the 5th of December, 2019 National Regions’ Development Agency organised a meeting with the administrator of Šiauliai Regions’ Fishery’s Local Action Group (Šiaulių žuvininkystės vietos veiklos grupė) Algirdas Baikauskas. We talked about projects implemented by aquaculture institutions, about their administration and funding. Algirdas Baikauskas told us about the already installed and future innovations in …

2019-12-05 | PROJECT MEETING

On the 4th of December, 2019 representatives of National Regions’ Development Agency had a meeting with the director of “Šilo pavėžupis” Arvydas Jucius about the project EXTRA-SMEs. During the meeting we have discussed project’s activities and the benefits of it to aquaculture SMEs, also we remembered and talked about the 3rd partners’ meeting in Finland …

2019-11-28 | THE PROJECT EXTRA-SMEs IN THE BUSINESS AND TRADE EXHIBITION “ŠIAULIAI 2019”

On the 28th of November the international project EXTRA-SMEs was presented in the Business and Trade Exhibition “Šiauliai 2019” which has already become a traditional event. The Business and Trade Exhibition “Šiauliai 2019” is one of the biggest regional exhibitions in Lithuania that brings together business people from different spheres, product and service providers from …

22-10-2018 EXTRA SMEs – increasing competitiveness of small and medium enterprises in coastal and rural areas

The project EXTRA SMEs (small and medium enterprises; hereafter in the text - SMEs) aims to improve means for increasing competitiveness and extraversion of SMEs in coastal and rural areas.  More than 90 percent of the aquaculture sector in SMEs’ regions contributes to creation of new jobs.  In many cases, production of SMEs does not …

11-10-2018 | PARTICIPANTS OF “BALTS’ ROAD” TRAININGS INCREASE THEIR OPPORTUNITIES OF PROJECT ACTIVITIES

Three days participants of the project Intercultural route “Balts’ Road” gathered in “Bay’s Homestead” (“Įlankos sodyba”) and together with lecturers created, interpreted and reconsidered opportunities of presenting the heritage left by ancestors. Participants examined layers of Balts’ cultural heritage: they were choosing resources for product development from tangible items (that usually remained from the tribes …

28-09-2018 | BALTS’ ROAD DIFFERENT TRAININGS IN TOURISM AND CULTURE

Three days enthusiasts of Balts’ culture from Klaipėda and Telšiai (museum workers, craftsmen, farmers, trekkers, municipality representatives) not only attentively listened to lecturers, discussed the aspects of including objects in the developed tourism itinerary, produced their own ideas, presented proposals but also simulated services under an algorithm, i.e. criteria that becomes a driving force behind providing and creating services.