Explore The Expertise Within The Going Live! Consortium

The consortium consists of five partners from three different countries that complement each other’s areas of work, expertise and professional profiles. Discover the collaborative strength of our esteemed partners, dedicated to transforming the seasonal tourism employment landscape and empowering individuals across Europe.




CC Mallorca is a corporation that aims at the promotion of the economic and business growth in the island of Mallorca. As a consultative body of the Public Administration and a corporation for empowering the economy, CC Mallorca enjoys an active presence and an institutional participation in different public and private organisations. One of the main services of the Chamber of Commerce of Mallorca is to provide training to VET students. Its training department is strongly dedicated to training adult women in entrepreneurship. Furthermore, CC Mallorca has a lot of experience working with Youth Guarantee as it is participating in a FEDER programme that offers initial assessment, vocational orientation, basic skills and specific training focus on working.

Partner 01



C4E was established in 2012 and is a Not for Profit Association based in Manacor, Mallorca. Manacor is a region that has been most affected by marginalisation, immigration and unemployment in the Balearics, the work of C4E is crucial for the socio-integration of many people in the area. Its team of professional educators and volunteers works toward the following aims and objectives: a) The promotion, research and the provision of training and education to the Balearic Society, specifically for those with fewer opportunities b) The improvement of education and training opportunities in both content and method; c) To facilitate users Social and Job Inclusion by providing training, motivational workshops, career guidance and making contact with potential companies; d) To increase the availability of education and training for disadvantaged youth and adults; e) To inspire learners with fewer opportunities to more interest and success in education and training; f) To improve the chances of disadvantaged groups to find employment, improve re-entry into education or self-employment and thus reduce unemployment and remedy social problems.

Partner 02



Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED) is an award-winning Greek non-profit organisation committed to the promotion of innovation and the enhancement of the entrepreneurial spirit. Established in 2005, in Larissa, Greece, iED is a certified leading Center of Excellence in European entrepreneurship and a fast-growing Digital Innovation Hub, registered as a member of the European Commission’s catalog of DIHs.

Partner 03



LudusXR is a games and software development company, creating games and virtual reality simulations, originating as a spin-off from the now discontinued Resource Center for Integration (VIFIN E10167259) a public municipal organization in Denmark, which has been responsible for coordinating, developing and running EU projects since 2002. LudusXR has been founded by Thomas K. Hansen and Rene Bigum, Chief technical innovators and developers at VIFIN, having ideated, developed and coordinated a long line of technical projects including 3D learning games, Virtual Reality experiences, app development and websites, brochures, folders, etc

Partner 04



ΑΚΜΙ is the largest VET provider in Greece and 1 of the 7 largests in Europe. It has been recognised as the most innovative VET provider in Europe for 2022. Founded back in 1989, it is today active in 7 cities across Greece (Athens, Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Crete, Larissa, Rhodes, Chalkida) representing almost 60% of the total VET sector in the country providing post-secondary education, of EQF levels 3-5. Every year, approximately 14.600 active students are enrolled with the aim to study one of the 107 specialties, in more than 340 laboratories in 14 different sectors within more than 37.500 m2 of infrastructure across the country. The fields of study in the campuses of Athens are numerous and in all of them, AKMI gives the students tools to collaborate and problem solve, brainstorm and reflect. Apart from the technical part of learning, the experienced educators ensure an inclusive community among the students and cultivate a safe environment, allowing them to open up, discover new directions and ultimately, helping them create a new mindset. Social Inclusion and Gender Gap are important issues for AKMI, which youth can reform and gradually resolve through education.