Key MoU with Czech-Cape Verdean Chamber of Commerce was signed
Green Small Smart Cities project (GSSC) aims to spread the use of sustainable technological solutions from Europe to less developed regions in the world by supporting the internationalization strategy among European SMEs with cutting edge solutions, complementary technologies and a shared vision on making a better world.
GSSC partnership consist from 5 cluster organization (SOLARTYS, CWP, Greentech, MCICT cluster, Nanoprogress). Czech-Cape Verdean Chamber of Commerce will support the whole GSSC partnership. Nanoprogress cluster as a representative of GSSC-4i signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Czech-Cape Verdean Chamber of Commerce. Consortium and its members chose Cape Verde as one of the target countries, where we would like to realize missions within Green Small Smart Cities project.
Czech-Cape Verdean Chamber of Commerce aims at facilitation of the bilateral business relations for Czech and European SMEs and its counterparts on Cape Verdean market. It creates trustful environment for creating a viable business collaboration and provides soft landing services also for foreign direct investment into various sectors. It has strong connection with local government, business facilitators and other key stakeholders. Cape Verde is an emerging economy with strong pro-European mindset and offers various business and investment opportunities, especially in the areas of Green Small Smart Cities sector, thus strongly correlates with the GSSC project. This new collaboration will help to get our SMEs and other members on this market. We are glad that we can provide new international opportunities and build new relationships across borders.
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