Nowoczesna Firma responds to specific needs of entrepreneurs. The company offers possibilities exactly, where the biggest competence gaps among the managing staff exist. They are connected to developing solutions suited for individual needs and the specificity of Polish market. The goals will be realized by facilitating the access to knowledge and inspirations in the area of management and by promoting best practices. Important task is to overcome mental and structural barriers of SMEs, so that through the positive experience of the programme they could become promoters of knowledge in their companies and environment. The next step is to support development of projects in the SMEs sector, including promotion of reliable suppliers of knowledge and solutions dedicated to this sector.


TREBAG Ltd was founded as a German and Hungarian joint venture in 1989. The majority owner was TREBAG Treuhand und Beratung AG of Munich. In the early 90s the present owners bought out the company and since then these two Hungarian people are the owners of the Ltd.In the first years we provided management consultancy in cooperation with German colleagues. Our scope of activities included making development plans for the predecessors of the Ministry for National Economy primarily in the areas of quality management, innovation, cluster/virtual companies, e-economy, entrepreneurial, industrial/innovation/science parks.Since 1995 we have been dealing with research and development with main focus on internet content development and application of Internet. We have been developing training materials, especially e-learning materials since 2000. During this work we have been involved in numerous projects in the frameworks of research and lifelong learning of the European Union.


Magyar Suzuki Corporation was founded by Suzuki Motor Corporation as the majority owner twen-ty-five years ago, in 1991. In the past two and a half decades, the company has grown steadily, and today it plays an important role in car manufacturing both locally and in Europe as the producer of the brand’s global models. During the course of its everyday activities, Magyar Suzuki follows the philosophy of the Suzuki Group: it develops and manufactures high-value products focusing on the needs of customers.
In 2015, the company gained new impetus from the resounding success of its new SUV model, the Vitara. During that year, 185,000 Swift, Vitara and S-CROSS cars rolled off the assembly lines of the Esztergom plant. The increase affected not only car sales but also the sales of motorcycles and outboard engines.
In 2016, production numbers may rise to over 200,000, as, in addition to successful domestic sales, Suzuki also supplies more than 100 countries in global export markets. This is how Suzuki S-CROSS and Vitara cars can even be seen in such distant parts of the world as Vanuatu, Guatemala or the Dominican Republic.
This year, the quarter-century anniversary of the company is being jointly celebrated by managers and em-ployees, more than three thousand people. Without their devotion, Magyar Suzuki could not have become what it is today: one of Hungary’s leading industrial companies. Click here for more information on MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD


BabeČ™-Bolyai University is a Romanian educational public institution aiming to promote comprehensive and advanced research and sustain the development of specific cultural components within the local, regional, national and international community. It has a permanent and innovative learning culture, promoting  multiculturalism and intercultural dialogue. Babes-Bolyai University has a strong action culture, based on systematic and innovative knowledge (culture of scientific and technological competence, organizational competence and civil competence), a culture for personal and moral development, and a culture for an active attitude and participation.
BabeČ™-Bolyai University is the largest Romanian university (approximately 40.000 students and 2.000 faculty staff), lays considerable stress on foreign language skills and on innovative educational programmes in widely spoken languages, therefore it provides a wide range of internationally competitive BA, MA and Ph.D. programmes in English, French, alongside traditional Romanian, Hungarian and German programmes.


ASTRA - Association for Innovation and Development was established in 1998 as a civic, non-governmental, non-political and voluntary association of individuals and legal entities.
Our main goal is to support the development of education, research and innovation, particularly through providing lifelong learning, strengthening research and development capacities, and build relationships between non-profit, academic and commercial sector and public administration with using our international experience and contacts.


Employer ` s Association of Professional Training Providers from Romania is one of Romania's most important employers’ organization, founded in 2011, in Cluj-Napoca. The sustained efforts of the founding members lead to the developement and strengtheningby enhancing specific activities and attracing new members until now.  The beginings which EAPTP works with are: the principle of property conformation; the principle of free enterprise; principle of lawfulness and fairness in the economic activities; and the principle of democratic eligibility.
The main objectives of EAPTP in Romania consist in developing the concept of lifelong learning for adults in Romania; creating a European legislative framework in Romania for human resources development; and in increaseing the quality of innovative training providers from Romania.

1st partner meeting


We held the first project meeting in Hungary in December 2015. The aim of the meeting was to agree on a common workplan, with special focus on the development of the IO-s,  and quality management plan.

2nd partner meeting


We held the meeting in Kosice in May 2016. The partnership finalized the results of analysis and the competence catalogue of the innovation manager. We involved more than 300 persons in the analysis from different sectors (education, car industry, health industry, consultancy) from 4 countries. The final result can be downloaded at the competence catalogue menu point on this project website. The consortium prepared a work plan for the next steps (questionnaires database and draft version of the Guidebook).

3rd partner meeting


The 3rd meeting was held in Warsaw in the end of November. We discussed the structure of the question database in details and Magyar Suzuki Corp. presented their innovation management system and the process of its implementation. We also discussed the suggestions made by experts carrying out the interim monitoring report.

4th partner meeting


The meeting was held in Cluj-Napoca at the Babes-Bolyai University in the beginning of March, 2017. The completed question database as well as the Guidebook was presented to the consortium, and the Joint Staff Event to be held in May was discussed and planned.

5th partner meeting


The closing meeting was organised in Budapest on the 18th and 19th of January 2018 around summarising and sharing experiences. According to the feedback from blended learning, a few modifications have been carried out in the products to meet the demands of the target groups. The partners presented the experiences of the multiplier event and the results of the dissemination period thus far as well as the ideas on the sustainability of the project. IO3 was finalised, the professional and financial documents necessary for project closing were discussed and deadlines acceptable for everybody were assigned to them.