MED PEARLS CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SLOW TOURISM PRODUCTS
A call for proposals has been launched for the creation of Slow Tourism products in the Italian Pilot Areas: Etna-Valle dell'Alcantara and Sabina Reatina with the aim of promoting the Mediterranean as a destination for Slow and Sustainable Tourism. The call is dedicated to DMCs and Travel Agencies operating in the Pilot Areas, and is launched in the framework of the EU project ENI CBC MED Med Pearls in order to set up 26 products of Slow Tourism (the "Pearls") in the 6 participating countries (Spain, Italy, Greece, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine).
All interested operators can download the documentation to participate at https://medpearls.oncat.eu/public/subgrants/3. At the same address, after registering, the completed application can be uploaded, no later than September 30th 2021, 6.00pm.
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ASSIGNMENTS AND CALLS:
◉ Mediterranean Pearls APS is looking for videomakers to be entrusted with the task of producing video clips of the pilot areas within the ENI CBC MED Med Pearls project funded by the European Union. The Italian pilot areas are Etna-Valle dell'Alcantara and Sabina Reatina. Interested videomakers can download the guidelines of the assignment (English - Italian) and then send a quote and a portfolio with examples and links to their previous productions. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Read all
◉ The ENI CBC MED Pearls project, funded by the European Union, launches, through its partner PICTI (Palestine Information & Communications Technology Incubator), a call for proposals for the creation of a dedicated website/online platform. Interested companies or professionals can download the guidelines of the call (English) and follow in detail the procedure to participate. Info: email@example.com.
The Med Pearls project
Med Pearls is a cross-border project that aims to internationally position the Mediterranean as an integral destination of quality and excellence for Slow Tourism, by accelerating innovative initiatives built from public & private cooperation. Slow Tourism invites travellers to tourism at a reduced pace, one that is sustainable and responsible, and to discover new destinations while respecting them and having direct contact with local communities. READ MORE
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