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Sustainable tourism: MAST selects new business ideas

At the beginning of November was officially launched the project MAST (Mediterranean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism), funded by UfM for Employmen Promotion, and that has among its supporters our Maltese partner MACTT Ngo, along with other realities from Greece, Italy, Tunisia and Morocco.

The project is aimed at companies, professionals, teachers, young people and students working in the world of tourism. All of them are asked to submit a new business idea based on sustainable tourism to be submitted by December 31, 2021.

The works will then be evaluated by the MAST team during the month of January 2022, and the best work will receive a special prize, linked to the possibility of growth and development of the project.

If you already have an idea in mind and want to get involved, simply register on the site www.mastproject.eu, attend a free online course lasting one hour (available in English, Italian, Greek and French) and fill out a form to get in touch with the project partner identified as a reference for your country, which will guide you in the drafting of the project to be submitted by December 31.

The reference partners of the MAST project, who are waiting for you to collect the business projects, are the following:

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