Partner Searches

Partner Searches

If you are looking for a partner for an EU-funded project, post your partner search here. The partner searches are automatically ordered by the date they were posted, though it is possible to use the filters to order them by the call or expression of interest deadlines. It is also possible to use the tool below to filter the partner searches by funding programme, location, desired partner, associated working group or keyword.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Supporting long-term unemployed immigrants to labour market entry - Transnational action in Swedish ESF-project

Summary Gävleborg region, North Middle Sweden, will implement an ESF project, called “Extra Support in Gävleborg”, aiming at bringing long-term unemployed men and women, born outside Europe, closer to the labor market. By transnational exchange, the project will gain experience from partners with previous experience in working within this field.  The project is looking for European partners who are interested in hosting one transnational meeting and supporting the project throughout the project period. The traveling costs, accommodation and meals are borne by the Swedish partner.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Partner search for FTI proposal - Producers of large poultry

About the SonoSteam FTI Project on duck and turkey SonoSteam has developed the first steam-based commercial decontamination system for broilers. This system has shown to be a success with up to 5 full running installations at slaughterhouses and more than 500 million birds processed. The system has been shown to significantly reduce levels of Campylobacter and is actively contributing to reach the FSA targets for reducing highly contaminated chickens in UK and significantly reducing illnesses with Campylobacter infections.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Partner search for FTI proposal - Producers of large poultry

About the SonoSteam FTI Project on duck and turkey SonoSteam has developed the first steam-based commercial decontamination system for broilers. This system has shown to be a success with up to 5 full running installations at slaughterhouses and more than 500 million birds processed. The system has been shown to significantly reduce levels of Campylobacter and is actively contributing to reach the FSA targets for reducing highly contaminated chickens in UK and significantly reducing illnesses with Campylobacter infections.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Designing healthy and inclusive cities

The city of Eindhoven has agreed a long term strategic approach for the redevelopment of its city centre. This strategy aims to create a city centre that is: Accessible for all Offers a high quality of public space, both in terms of health and in terms of economically viable and vibrant Is inclusive and offers the public space for all groups in society Is sustainable and environmentally sound, limiting pollution of soil, air and noise Is innovative These ambitions fit perfectly with the objectives of the current call on health and wellbeing in cities.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Using industrial rest heat for heating of homes

The Netherlands recently agreed a strategic ambitions to phase out the use of natural gas for heating and cooking in The Netherlands. This ambition was necessary due to the recent earthquackes in the north of the country which are directly linked to the extraction of natural gas from the soil. Achieving this target will require considerable investments in both infrastructural change and innovative technologies. It means a complete switch in Dutch cities from fossil energy to sustainable, decentralised energy production and consumption.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

KOSGEB (Turkey) seeks partners for COSME: Supporting the Development and Promotion of Transnational Thematic Tourism Products

In line with the priorities of the Commission, the actions proposed under COSME 2018 work programme contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of the EU tourism sector and increase its contribution to economic growth and jobs in the EU. The actions under COSME will particularly aim, on the one side, at improving the business environment for tourism enterprises, through enhanced socio-economic and market intelligence and exchange of best practices, and on the other side, at diversifying and increasing the visibility of Europe's transnational tourism offer.