INVITATION TO FREE TRAINING:
" TRANSITION MODELS AND EXAMPLES OF E-MOBILITY AS GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT"
The FBIH Chamber of Commerce, within the framework of the “Business Information Hub” project, which is implemented within the wider EU4BusinessRecovery project and financed by the European Union and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, invites micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to a FREE TRAINING on the topic: “TRANSITION MODELS AND EXAMPLES OF E-MOBILITY AS GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT”.
The online training will be held online on Thursday, March 9, 2023. starting at 10 a.m.
Application for participation can be made via the link no later than Wednesday, March 8, 2023. years.
A detailed agenda will be sent to registered training participants later. Registered participants are asked to check their junk/spam folders the day before the training, in case the link for joining the training and the agenda ended up in spam.
As the EU’s goals are decarbonization by 2050 and reduction of pollution from transport, the aspiration is to make all transport “clean” and sustainable. On that path lately, clean transport is facing new challenges regarding the high cost of energy and the energy deficit in the EU. What are the currently available incentives for green transport, what are the optional solutions, how to achieve energy savings, and what is the current situation in certain countries in Europe and BiH are some of the topics that are an integral part of this training.
The call for training is intended for all micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), with a special focus on companies from the metal and wood sector.
The motive behind the implementation of the Business Information Hub project is to turn difficult times for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) into a kind of opportunity, by transforming the current situation with alternative ways that will highlight the use of smart and online tools, thus enabling the continuation of business even in these challenging times.
More information about the project is available at www.bizuhub.ba
“The EU4BusinessRecovery project supports micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina to continue doing business and preserve jobs, and will especially support female entrepreneurs, young people and other vulnerable groups in establishing their own businesses and in overcoming the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic by creating a more resilient business environment . The total value of the project is 13.7 million euros, and it is jointly financed by the European Union (13 million euros) and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany (0.7 million euros). EU4BusinessRecovery is jointly implemented by GIZ, ILO and UNDP, from 2021 to 2023. For more information, visit www.eu4business.ba.
For additional questions about the project, please contact:
Anela Karahasan, Project Manager
phone: 38733 566 333, and
Armin Hodžić, Team Leader
phone: 38733 566 301