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International workshop on certification "Cyclists welcome in V4 countries"

3/1/2022

International workshop on certification "Cyclists welcome in V4 countries"

Public benefit company Partnership o.p.s. organizes the final workshop of the project "Cyclists welcome in V4 countries". The Brno workshop also included the signing of a declaration on common mandatory criteria and on the common visual identity of national certifications. Cyclists are welcome in the Visegrad Four countries.
The international workshop on certification "Cyclists welcome in the Visegrad Four countries" took place on February 22, 2022 at the headquarters of the Foundation / Partnership o.p.s. in Brno. The event was intended for regional representatives, DMOs, the Cyclists Welcome facility and cycling NGOs.

The workshop presented the certification of services for cyclists in Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and Austria and their joint marketing as well as support from the regions of the Czech Republic (specifically, what support for services comes from the South Moravian Region and the Vysočina Region). The workshop also introduced other services for cyclists in the Znojmo region. During the workshop, a declaration on common mandatory criteria and on the common visual identity of national certifications in the V4 countries was signed by all four parties.

Presentations from the international workshop can be found here.

The event was part of the project "Cyclists welcome in the V4 countries", aimed at improving the marketing of services for cyclists in the V4 countries and is intended for regional representatives, DMOs, the Cyclists Welcome and cycling NGOs. Leading experts on this topic from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Austria will speak at the event.

The workshop took place as a hybrid event (full-time and online) and was translated into Czech.
 
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„The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe“