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Digital workshop – Big participation of the stakeholders from Puglia

Big participation in the two digital workshops, one meant for the stakeholders in Bari and the other one for the stakeholders of the area of Manfredonia, organized within the framework of the Interregional Project Greece Italy 2014/2020, called THEMIS...

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Digital workshop – Presentation of the territorial network of local stakeholders

On Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th of December, two appointments, one for the local stakeholders in Bari and the other one for the local stakeholders in the area of Manfredonia, will take place, starting from 15.00 hours.

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Themis Project: the training courses for the port operators in Puglia are going to start

The first course to start is the course of English next November 23rd. Notwithstanding Covid emergence is still in course, the Themis project goes on, thus representing an occasion to look at the future with optimism and, more realistically, an opportunity for the relaunch of economy.

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The Southern Adriatic Ports Authority organizes training courses for port operators

Within the beginning of the next summer season, everything must be ready to welcome the first “luxury” cruise tourists. The Basic EngIlish Course is aimed at improving the language level of the operators at the ports of Bari, Barletta, Manfredonia, Brindisi and Monopoli...

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The Themis project protagonist at the Seatrade

The Southern Adriatic Ports Authority, which includes the ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli, has taken part today, Wednesday 7th of October, in the Seatrade Cruise Virtual.

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Themis, luxury between cruises and previously unknown itineraries

To support the development and the activities of the minor ports, in order to develop activities, directing the sea traffic, particularly the cruise one, towards territories which are still underdeveloped from a tourist point of view and to strengthen the connections with the main ports: these are, in brief, the goals of the Themis Project.

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