The photo form the meeting

31 March 2023
STC meeting in Molise (Italy)

The last DUE MARI STC meeting was held in Campobasso on 30th and 31st of March 2023. The face-to-face meeting was hosted by the project partner Molise Region (Italy).


First day – March 30th, 2023

After the registration of the participants, the welcoming remarks were made by Molise Region Department manager, followed by the greetings from Ms Maja Kovačević from Ministry of Economic Development and Tourism (MNE). Overview of the project progress, with the emphasis on the current activities, was given by Ms Ivana Ostoić, the external expert, who is representing MEDT. After the overview, the partners discussed the next steps and recommendations recently given by JS. The next section of the meeting was dedicated to the design of the project portal and strategies that are being developed within the project. The partners also discussed the Business plan (economic feasibility) for the future management of DUE MARI platform.

The second part of the STC meeting started with the overview of the most important communication activities and obligations for this reporting period. The overviews were given by Ms Tamara Đukić (MEDT) and Ms Biljana Bozovic (National Tourism Organisation, MN). Partners then presented the pilot project they are working on and discussed the Policy paper on use of digital technologies in promotion of sustainable tourism. The external expert, Ms Ivana Ostoić, presented the examples of best practices of digitalization in tourism.


Second day – March 31st, 2023

On the second day, the introduction speech was given by Mr Mauro Calise (Molise Region) and Ms Maja Kovačević (MEDT). After that, the lead partner lead the discussion about capacity building and the activities that must be done by the end of the project. The last point of the agenda was the potential issues the project could be facing in final stages of implementation.  



Partners concluded the meeting agreeing that the cooperation on the project activities has never been more important than in these final months of the project duration. Partners will timely fulfil all obligations and will provide support to each other regarding the finalisation of remaining deliverables, that will in the end ensure the successful completion of the DUE MARI project.