ISE and InAVation Awards back charitable educational project

ISE and InAVation Awards back charitable educational project
In 2016 the InAVation Awards will support Integrated Systems Events in its efforts to deliver education and training in business skills to young people in Moldova.

This year, ISE will join forces with the Education for Children in Need programme, headed by UNESCo special ambassador Dr Ute-Henriette Ohoven. In a pilot project, ISE will work to set up an E-Start-Up Academy in Chisinau, Moldova as part of its SeeHearTouch and Learn charitable initiative.

The academy will help young Moldovans learn crucial business skills – including web, IT, economics, marketing and business English as well as CTS courses – and mentor them to help them start up businesses in their own country.

“The aim is to give young people strength and hope in their own country and reduce the number of economic refuges,” said Dr Ohoven.

ISE will spearhead a move to equip the facility with donated equipment as well as raising money to pay for consultants and integrators to work on the Academy. The InAVation Awards will support this initiative and work to raise funds prior to and during its gala dinner event on February 9, 2016.

The project was revealed at ISE’s annual press conference on October 2, 2015 where the organisation also announced an expansion of its Digital Signage Summit Europe with events in Russia and Dubai.

ISE will continue to work with invidis consulting on the new events, with the first scheduled for the Expocentre Moscow on October 28 and 29. Digital Signage Summit MENA will take place on November 16 at the Conrad Hotel in Dubai.

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