SUPPORTING COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN THE TOURISM SECTOR. COS-TOUR-2015-3-04-1.
Description of the project: ARKELLIA is a French and European agency-network specialized in sustainable tourism development and promotion of heritage in Europe and abroad.
We work mainly in the framework of European projects, European Routes, projects in partnership with UNESCO, but also for the development of projects at cross-border, national, regional and local levels.
The agency brings together a set of experts in the fields of sustainable tourism development, sustainable development, economic development, general and European fundraising, environment, architecture and scenography, archaeology, technical mapping, web development, surveying and 3D animation.
ARKELLIA is part of the SMEs, and conducts its development towards innovation and competitiveness within its actions.
Our aim is to transform ideas into concrete and innovative solutions, with a European and global impact.
Thus Arkellia is able to offer its services as a partner of a European consortium or as an expert throughout a European project.
We have worked and are still working on awarded and funded European projects, with consortiums who have applied for European call for proposals on the theme of sustainable tourism and cultural heritage, through innovation and competitiveness, but also creation of perennial and sustainable products (DG Enterprise & Industry, COSME…). We have also worked on the promotion and dissemination issues, as required by the European commission.
Partner sought: They are looking for participants from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, or United Kingdom, with expertise on fields of Resources of the sea. Fisheries, Water resource management, Project management methodologies, Environmental protection, Waste management, Sustainable development, Climate change and Carbon cycle research, Information. Media, Economic aspects, Regional development, Employment issues, Evaluation, Innovation. Technology transfer, Coordination or Cooperation, Business aspect.