September 24, 2014
by COMPASS
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Recent developments in the research project “Regional Building Culture and Tourism”

Continuation of the article “Regional Building Culture and Tourism” dated 19 February 2014 (Part 1) Since the beginning of the year COMPASS works together with our partner HJPplaner out Aken (Aix-la-Chapelle) on the research project “Regional Building Culture and Tourism” … Continue reading

September 19, 2014
by Henriette Stieger
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Second Pilot Phase of European Tourism Indicator System – CBS Master students support VVV Zuid-Limburg

Around one year ago, we wrote about the European Tourism Indicator System of the EU Commission. The European Tourism Indicator System (ETIS) consists of 27 core and 40 optional indicators for sustainable destinations in order to monitor, manage and enhance … Continue reading

September 9, 2014
by Silke Tosch
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The INTERREG V A programme 2014-2020 is waiting for its approval – the German-Dutch community is about to begin

During the INTERREG IV programme a lot of innovative projects were successfully completed such that a continuation of the programme with increased financial means will take place for 2014-2020. The main focus of the new German-Dutch INTERREG V A programme … Continue reading

April 17, 2014
by Silke Tosch
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Fundraising for non-profit-organizations

This march, a seminar on the subject of fundraising for non-profit-organizations from the social sector took place in Brussels. Silke Tosch, who supervises projects in the field of urban and regional development as well as projects from ecclesiastical agencies, participated … Continue reading

February 7, 2014
by Henriette Stieger
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Developing a Sustainability Toolkit for the Destination Zuid-Limburg (NL) together with 4 Master Students of CBS

In cooperation with one of our clients VVV Zuid-Limburg and our partner Cologne Business School (CBS) we arranged and steered an innovative student project. Four CBS Master students from the “Master of Arts in Sustainable Tourism Management” participated in this … Continue reading