On September 4th, 2021, the ARDENT Coordinators Adisa Ejubovic and Iulia Stroila organised an Online Multiplier Event as part of the Erasmus+ project Advancing Rural Development through Entrepreneurial Education for Adults (ARDENT).
The aim of the Multiplier Event implemented by Münster University of Applied Sciences (Science-to- Business Marketing Research Center), Germany was to disseminate the results of the ARDENT project to a wide audience and spark the further use and sustainability of the results. These outputs included:
IO1: Rural Council Building Toolbox
IO2: Rural Consultation Roadmap
IO2: Needs Analysis Report
IO3: Rural Entrepreneurship Accelerator
In addition, the aim was to engage the audience in the co-creation workshop and use some of the outputs created and apply them in the context of the country where the participants came from. The participants were adult learners from Chile, namely university professors enrolled in an adult program.
The event, although executed online, managed to engage professors in fruitful discussions, team ideation sessions and interesting presentations that ensued. With this event, the ARDENT team ensured that the visibility of the project reached people outside of European borders and hopefully inspired some of its participants to further use the ARDENT outputs in their work.
ARDENT is an Erasmus+ project funded by the German National Agency (www.bibb.de). Apart from the coordinating partner Münster University of Applied Sciences (Germany), other partners include: Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek (Croatia), Cracow University of Economics (Poland), Univations (Germany), UIIN (the Netherlands) and Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (Portugal).