Networking

This module has been designed to foster and improve communication between stakeholders on the supply side (e.g. NGOs, businesses, governmental bodies, local communities etc.) and between suppliers (e.g. Business to Business) around issues related to improvement of cyclotourism offers and local cyclotourism paths improvement/development. The module will equip learners with formal and informal competences to improve the ability to listen and to look for feedback towards a real openness for cross-fertilization.

Here you can find two case studies:

  • “Building partnerships” – This case study intends to illustrate how a new entrepreneur created synergies at a destination level, in order to accomplish cyclotourism needs and a gap market. This company will showcase an example on how to create a network with cyclotourists and a destination.
  • “A net-bike-working in London” – This case study intends to illustrate how a business manager develops his network contacts and a local network event. This company will showcase an example on how to create a networking event involving local communities and stakeholders.

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