TREBAG Intellectual Property and Project Manager Ltd is a Hungarian private company and living lab with a huge network locally and regionally among stakeholders and actors in adult education. 

TREBAG has been a significant actor in the field of vocational training and education with the main focus on the liaison between youth and the business sector. It has a great background experience, know-how, and contacts in this field including: 

  • Development of vocational training materials and methodologies including e-learning and gamification; 
  • Serious game development; 
  • Implementation of training; 
  • Implementation of technology transfer and innovation chain management; 
  • Management of various R&D projects; 
  • R+D and innovation management consultancy;  
  • Quality management consultancy;  
  • Adult education. 


DEKAPLUS is a training and business consulting organisation, primarily focusing on the development of competences and skills of SME management and first-line staff. 

DEKAPLUS offers vocational short courses in the following areas: 

  • Product and services development; 
  • Innovation culture development; 
  • Environmental management and sustainable development; 
  • Food Hygiene and Safety Management; 
  • Human resources management; 
  • Energy Management, etc.  

DEKAPLUS is actively engaged in projects dealing with SME issues. It has often proposed the introduction of an innovation culture to support SME sustainability. Entrepreneurship and the implementation of business models that lead to sustainability are the core business of the organization. 


Czech University of Life Sciences Prague is one of the leading life sciences universities in Central Europe and the most ecological university in the Czech Republic. The large and constantly developing campus offers excellent opportunities for education and research. 

Next to classical agricultural and forestry studies the university also offers programmes in bio economy, environmental sciences, nature protection, sustainable resources, special breeding, economics, informatics, management, rural development, technology and related didactics.  

CZU is very close to the project topics. Due to the various faculties and departments, the university’s experts cover all fields involved in the project. 


IDEC S.A. is a training consulting company that co-operates with more than 800 institutes all over Europe and with about 300 experts in specific fields. IDEC has extensive experience in European projects, either as a coordinator or as a partner within different European programs and Initiatives. 

IDEC is accredited as a lifelong learning centre, organising in-service training courses for teachers and trainers, study visits and informal learning activities for students in initial education and training, and provides training courses and work placements for students in vocational training and people in the labour market. 

IDEC ́s main areas of expertise are: 

  • Management consulting; 
  • Business planning, entrepreneurship, SMEs; 
  • Quality management, certification, design of training contents based on ECVET; 
  • Software and multimedia development; 
  • Distance learning; 
  • E-business and e-commerce.


The vision of Cluster Sofia Knowledge City is to promote and participate in the process of transforming Sofia from a traditional capital into a Knowledge City that maintains a high quality of life and good governance by supporting the open innovation ecosystem. The strategic objective of the cluster is to build its own model for a knowledge city and to turn it into a national and regional centre for education, scientific research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.  

Cluster Sofia Knowledge City was selected as one of a total of 25 other clusters to participate in the ECCP initiative “Towards Green Transition Facility”. 

It offers a list of five main categories of products and services: 

  • IT infrastructure; 
  • ITC services; 
  • Management information systems; 
  • Business services; 
  • Education and training. 

Kislépték (Hungary)

Kislépték is a non-profit organization that works for local production, preserving traditional local knowledge, cultural variegation, accommodating rural living, and self-employment. 

Kislépték works for local production, preserving traditional local knowledge, cultural variegation, accommodating rural living, and self-employment. Its goal is to promote environmentally friendly farming, local food processing, and retail systems, the spreading of short supply chains by simplification of the legal system and helping local farmers is the accession to the market. 

The organization is a professional partner to the Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture and have professional contact and close, professional relationship with universities, the Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, and other research institutes. We work together with other public bodies (eg.: Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Human Resources, National Food Safety Office) as professional advisers. 

DEGREBE Project No. 2021-1-HU01-KA220-VET-000024924 has been co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.​

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