Eurodite designs, manages and implements projects on regional and European development.
We often act as a catalyst for development by our ability for strategic and creative programming, projectmanagement and know-how of EU policies and funding possibilities.
Eurodite is a network company that works from out of the belief that sustainable transformation of European regions and areas create chances for public and private development.
By turning (re)development objectives into tangible results with impact on real places and people, Eurodite, together with its international partners, supports public, private and non-governmental organisations from local to European scale.
We support in
Setting development goals and defining the right strategy
Finding the right financial means and funding structures
Managing and implementing projects and programmes
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‘Change is the only constant’. (Heraclitus) Changes occur at an ever faster pace, while the world is getting more intertwined and connected. With this in mind, Eurodite supports cities, regions and ngo’s in development and transformation. We turn (re)development objectives into tangible results with impact on real places and people.
We do this by:
1) Area activation: Area based services that can be pinpointed on a map.
2) European cooperation: Results through European networks and funding.
We support in:
– Defining your strategy, setting your goals and making a plan
– Exploitation models and EU funds
– Developing and implementing projects and programmes
– Organising workshops, interventions and excursions
We often pro-actively develop projects and partnerships. We work on commission base for our clients and also participate as partner in cooperation projects.
Themes we focus on:
Culture and heritage
How to use the power of culture and heritage as a driver for development?
How to make areas more agile towards climate change and energy fluctuations?
How to make optimal use of the spatial and economic assets of an area?
How to create area policy and enforcement models? Who to involve? Organic or planned approach?
Defining your strategy, setting your goals and making a plan
Exploitation models and EU funds
Developing and implementing projects and programmes
Organising workshops, interventions and excursions