In order to valorize the entire experience of this Partnership and ensure wide publicity of its
activities and products, the partner schools involved in the project “Entrepreneurship
Matters” are required to promote and disseminate significant events in the most appealing
way. Planning the dissemination work and taking advantage of all available resources and
every possible channel will lead to enhancing the visibility of our project and to achieving the
maximum impact of the positive results and outcomes of this Partnership. The
implementation of the Dissemination and Exploitation Plan has to be done in accordance with
the specific interest of end-users, by sharing and allowing open access to all our products, and
by promoting our activities in relevant media.
As stipulated in the Application Form, each partner has to carry out dissemination activities
for the project’s results regularly, at multiple levels and through multiple channels, as follows:

  1. Within the school – regular communication regarding the project’s progress has to be done
    a) Periodically updating the noticeboard from the “Erasmus+ corner” set up on the partner
    schools’ premises – posting photos, announcements, certificates of attendance and other
    materials; thus, relevant information regarding the progress of the project is spread to the
    students, their parents and teachers, even to those not involved directly.
    b) Information sessions – making oral, PowerPoint or video presentations on the project
    activities, especially after the participation in a physical mobility within the project; the
    presentations will be made by the teachers and/or students involved in the project, during the
    meetings of the Teachers’ Council, of the Students’ Council, of the school departments, of the
    Managerial Board, in order to promote the project activities in the school community.
    c) Holding information sessions during meetings with the students’ parents, and inviting
    parents to participate in the public events organised within the project, in order to make the
    community of students’ parents aware of the purpose and activities of the project.
  2. At the local/regional level – the most significant information has to be disseminated in the
    local media and the local/regional community, thus contributing to ensuring greater visibility
    of our activities; the dissemination has to be done by:
    a) Press conferences, TV or radio interviews and appearances in television shows, organised
    on the following occasions: launching the project, hosting a physical mobility and ending the
    project, aiming to acquaint the local/regional community with the activities of the Partnership.
    b) Press releases resulting in articles published in the local media, sent on the occasion of
    participating in the physical mobilities of the project or organising special activities within the
    school, with the purpose of regularly informing stakeholders about the progress of the project.
    c) Oral, PowerPoint or video presentations made during the periodical meetings with teachers
    from other schools, thus contributing to promoting the project in the city/ region/ country
    teaching community.
  3. At the national/international level – web users have to be constantly informed about
    current events within the project by regularly posting information, photos and videos on:
    a) the project’s website ( which represents an essential tool for the
    dissemination of the project, ensuring more visibility of its activities and results; throughout
    the project’s lifetime, the Partnership’s activities and results have to be published on the
    project’s website, each partner being required to post a newsletter regarding the activities
    carried out within the project according to the Action Plan; these posts have to be published
    monthly or at least quarterly, and then promoted by sharing links on the Facebook social
    network, considering the fact that the number of visitors on the project’s website will be one
    of the most important quantitative indicators of achievement.
    b) The partner schools’ websites – the project team from each partner school has to set up a
    section on the school’s site, presenting important information about the project and including
    a link to the project’s website; thus, the local community is better informed about the project
    activities, but also the opportunity for an easier access of the project’s website is provided for
    the students and the students’ parents, leading to an increase in the number of people visiting
    the project’s site.
    c) The YouTube channel of the project:
    d) The Facebook social network – in order to reach a wider audience, all the materials
    published or posted on other websites/platforms and every mention in the media have to be
    popularised on as many of the following page variants as possible:
  • The homepage of the project:
  • The page of the group of teachers involved in the project:;
  • The page of the group of students involved in the project:;
  • The personal pages of the teachers involved in the project.
    e) Flipgrid
    f) Padlet
    g) Any other social network, groups, online blogs, forums to which the coordinators of the
    project or the teachers involved in the project belong to or for which they write – in order to
    reach as many end-users as possible.
  1. In the wider lifelong learning community:
    Our target audience at the European level is represented by pupils, educators, mentors,
    decision-makers, and other stakeholders, who might be interested in our pedagogical
    methodology for developing teenagers’ entrepreneurial skills. In order to reach all of the
    mentioned above, the project activities and results have to be promoted on the Erasmus+
    dissemination platform and the eTwinning platform, and also shared on various social
    networks. The Greek partner is in charge of the dissemination of the project’s activities in the
    virtual communities of lifelong learners and of the online dissemination in general.
    Upon their completion, the final outputs of the project will be disseminated through the
    local/national media and the international web media. These include:
    1) ‘‘My Dream Job‘‘ (a collection of pupils‘ essays, debating materials, etc.);
    2) ‘‘Young Entrepreneurs‘‘ (pupils‘ factsheets about visited landmarks, learning diaries,
    business plans, job interviews, presentations);
    3)‘‘ART – Augmented Reality in Tourism‘‘ (pupils‘ final products with creative solutions
    to boost partners‘ local niche tourism: caving, coffee/ chocolate tourism, bird watching,
    gastro-tourism, event tourism, and ecotourism);
    4) ‘‘Empathy vs Bullying‘‘ (videos and PDFs about inclusive schooling of migrant and
    disabled children, pupils‘ reflections on visited rehabilitation centres for SEN kids, refugee
    camps, orphanages);
    5) ‘‘United in Diversity‘‘ (a collection of tangible results such as local customs and
    traditions, culinary recipes, videos with folk music and dances, schools’ presentations, sport
    ► All the dissemination materials of the project have to include the official logo and
    graphic identity of the Erasmus+ Programme, in order to publicly acknowledge the funding
    received from the European Union, as well as the official logo of the project. The use of
    photographs, audio recordings, audio-visual recordings, fragments of interviews or reports
    featuring minors in order to promote the project is possible only after obtaining parental
    consent according to the GDPR Conditions applicable to child’s consent in relation to
    information society services (Art. 8).
    ► Regarding the exploitation of the project’s results, we are planning to promote our
    products on various networks, anyone having open access to our project’s results through the
    Internet. The partner schools will adopt and disseminate new instructional models in the
    education of gifted students, together with other innovative pedagogical approaches. At the
    end of the project, the participating teachers will submit a memorandum on the advantages
    and disadvantages of teaching entrepreneurial skills in secondary school, and the students and
    teachers from each partner school will take advantage of our research work and published
    materials to further adapt them to the purposes of modern education.
    ► The partnership’s educational resources will be available for free in the public
    domain for re-purposing by interested parties. These project products will be promoted on
    the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform and the eTwinning platform. The number of visitors will
    be the indicator of people’s interest towards our project’s results and a final evaluation
    indicator for our work.