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Monday, 31st October 2016

Lead Partner Seminar

Following the selection of Horizontal and Modular projects, all the approved projects are invited to the Lead Partner Seminar taking place in Nice, France, on the 8th and 9th November 2016. During this two-day seminar, the Joint Secretariat will welcome the new lead partners and present all necessary steps to be taken to start and implement the projects. Dynamic Vision will be there as main partner represented by the Communication Officer of the SYNGGI project and the PM.

Thursday, 29th September 2016

Dynamic Vision - Interreg-Med: SYNGGI 1 of the 8 funded Horizontal Projects

SYNGGI. Synergies for Green Growth Initiative-Energising the Impact of Innovation in the Mediterranean. aims to support the modular approved projects under the objective Green Growth of the priority Axis 1. Innovation of the Interreg MED Programme. The activities will support the sub-objective 1.1 so that the targets and strategies of the Managing Authorities for the MED Area are served. The project has been designed so that it is an agile tool that will unify project results, support MED stakeholders and create a fruitful and collaborative environment for all implicated bodies. Additionally the project will fully comply with the Interreg strategy according to which the Horizontal projects will act as a bridge between the Modular and the Governance project of Axis 4. The consortium members are actors of both private and public character and have been chosen so that they create a vast network of key groups including SMEs, academics, research institutes and governing authorities. Dynamic Vision will support communication and capitalization activities and at the same time offer technical support as deemed fit by the Programme Authorities. The project is a valuable adjustable partner for the Interreg Programme, ready to answer to projects' needs and offer innovative solutions. Duration of SYNGGI : 3 years

Tuesday, 6th September 2016

Demonstration of DEDISA plant to Mayors and Representatives of 4 different Greek Municipalities in Hania-Crete

Dynamic Vision is Coordinating an event on behalf of TOMRA Sorting where an amout of 50 tons of solid waste will be transfered from the Island of Lesvos to Hania-Crete and especialy to the DEDISA plant where there will be live processed and sorted in front of Representatives of the Municipalities of Lesvos, Chios, Samos and Syros in order demonstrate the effectivenes of the TOMRA Sorting technology. The event will take place from the 10th to the 11th of October. in addition 500 kgr of Lifejackets will be transfered from Lesvos to Crete in order to be proccesed (seperate valuable from non valuable materials) and try to produce products reminding the people that have crossed the border during this Migration Crisis.

Thursday, 21st April 2016

MITT - Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition

Dynamic Vision has successfully organized the participation of the Municipality of Lesvos in the 23rd Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition, held at Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow on 23-26/03/2016.

MITT is one of the top five travel exhibitions in the world and is highly valued by the international tourism community. Under this action, Dynamic Vision also created promotional material of the island and implemented a special event at the headquarters of the exhibition which certainly boosted its presence in it. The event was honored by prominent personalities and journalists from the two central Russian news agencies. During the exhibition days, important meetings were scheduled aiming the reinforcement of systematic efforts for the development of economic, touristic, cultural and religious relations with Russia, utilizing the year 2016 which is dedicated to the relations between the two countries.

Monday, 1st February 2016

ECLI-European Case Law Identifier

Dynamic vision was awarded the Development of the ECLI website. The European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) has been developed to facilitate the correct and unequivocal citation of judgments from European and national courts. A set of uniform metadata will help improve search facilities for case law. The website will efficiently present the aim of this project as well as reports, articles and other outputs available for public disclosure, the partners involved and all related news.