Fifty participants from France, Poland, Romania, Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Belgium have already involved in this training programme: The “E-Learning for Exchange and Communication in a Transnational Environment” (ELECT).
This ELECT project has been launched by the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM, France) and eight other partners under the Leonardo da Vinci programme of the European Commission. The project is intended to train young European entrepreneurs in marketing strategy, management, finance, project organization and other core skills essential for a successful business start-up.
Under this broad initiative, the Global Alliance is responsible for providing expertise and material for the e-learning modules on copyright and copyright management, contracts and other issues of direct concern to the cultural sector. By participating, the Global Alliance aims to test innovative teaching tools for cultural entrepreneurs that can easily be put to use in developing countries.