CEO will be delivered by five organizations from Poland, UK and Ireland. They include Poland’s largest chamber of commerce, a statutory enterprise centre, a non-profit entrepreneurship association and two specialist curricula and training content providers, who all share a commitment to excellence in teaching and training for creative sector entrepreneurs. The partners are:

The Northern Chamber of Commerce in Szczecin, Poland will manage the project. Established in 1997, the chamber serves over 1500 companies in Western Pomerania and beyond, offering a wide range of training and consultancy as well as working closely with government and the Creative Industries Cluster in the region.

East Belfast Enterprise Ltd is the Local Enterprise Agency for East Belfast, Northern Ireland (UK) and the starting point for anyone wishing to start or grow a business in the area. Established in 1995 it offers incubation workspace, training programmes and mentoring services to start up and existing businesses.

Momentum Consulting (Leitrim, IE) is one of Ireland’s leading digital strategy agencies specialising in interpreting the fast changing communications and digital marketing landscape, equipping entrepreneurs to benefit from low cost technologies to learn, communicate and trade. Momentum deliver development programmes to over 500 creative entrepreneurs every year.

Canice Consulting Ltd is a Northern Irish consultancy with a specialization in online learning and ecommerce training. They will use their pedagogic and technical expertise to transfer the course content into a multimedia training resource , easily accessible online and on mobile devices.

Broader Perspective (BP) Szczecin, Poland, began teaching financial management skills but has quickly grown into a fully-fledged entrepreneur development centre whose mission is to support the development of entrepreneurial mindset and skills as a means to personal and professional development. They offer a range of training programs to over 600 entrepreneurs a year.