Period: 2014-2020

Programme websites

A bad website is like a grumpy salesperson.      Jakob Nielsen, web usability expert Every piece of content or social media post that you put online should drive the user back to your website. Your website is the backbone of your digital communication strategy. It reflects what you want to achieve with your programme, and how …

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Project websites

Projects are the main building blocks of a programme. The collective success of projects is what defines a programme’s success. This is also true in communication. As websites are the backbones of programme communication, carefully planned, well-designed and smoothly managed project websites contribute to the success of the programme communication. You probably face many challenges …

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SCOs explained

Interreg turns 30 years old in 2020, celebrating 30 years of working together across borders, connecting people and territories, facing common challenges and trying to provide common solutions. Much has changed in these 30 years. Interreg has grown from solely cross-border cooperation to transnational and interregional cooperation too, from 1 billion EUR of support to …

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Twitter for Interreg

“If you have time to get your pet rabbit its own Instagram account, you have time to at least tweet about something important.” Jameela Jamil – actor, model, activist.

LinkedIn for Interreg

LinkedIn is no longer an online resumé. It’s your digital reputation. Jill Rowley, world-renowned expert on Social Selling and Modern Marketing. The most common misconception is that LinkedIn is just for job hunting. But in recent years, LinkedIn has grown in terms of numbers of users and in the range of useful features it offers. …

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Project implementation in Interreg

Once all starting agreements with the programme and within the partnership are set, the implementation of the project can kick off. During this stage, activities will be carried out, money will be spent – all this towards the objectives you – as project partners – have committed yourselves to achieve, and towards the results you …

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Making your writing work

How much of your working day do you spend writing to people, sending them information or asking them for information? Your time is one of the most important resources you have, so you should use it wisely and well. When you write to someone, you write with a specific aim in mind. You are writing …

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Project development in Interreg

Competition among projects applying for EU funding is high. It is not enough to have a brilliant idea for your project. You will have to explain your idea in the application form, which is similar to a business plan. You will need to explain project benefits for the target groups and the programme, and prepare …

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