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Funding for ICT Training February 11, 2008

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Business, Merit, News, Offers, Training.
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Merit and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce are working in partnership to deliver the Harnessing Digital Technologies Project (HDTP). This new and innovative project is designed to assist Merseyside based SMEs in identifying and adopting the most effective digital technology to strengthen and potentially grow their business. 

This project is part funded by ESF through the Enterprise Programme, managed by The Mersey Partnership, on behalf of Government Office for the North West. The initial criteria for eligibility are simply that you are a Merseyside based SME who has recently spent a in excess of £10,000 on an ICT project.

The fund is designed to help your company to train your staff to use new ICT technology or systems.  To register your interest in the HDT Project, visit http://www.hdtp.co.uk/ContactForm/ContactForm.html and complete the short form on the nature of your ICT project For further information visit http://www.hdtp.co.uk/ or feel free to give Christopher White a call on 0151 231 4717 for an informal chat.

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1. Samundra Regmi - May 5, 2008

we have one organization Of ICT Project In Nepal . we are now looking a good organization for funding. How to contact ? Please response me.

best
Samundra Regmi
ICT Project
Pokhara, Nepal

2. Anjan Dhakal - June 8, 2008

We have one NGO in Nepal.It name is ICTs Forum For Rural Development Nepal (Grameen Nepal).It has more ICTs Projects and Programme .ie, Rural Telecenter Development and A dvocacy Programme.we are looking a good Donor for Funding Our Projects.

Contact:- Anjan Dhakal, Nepal.977-9747014280
E-mail:-info@grameennepal.org.np ,grameennepal2007@gmail.com
Contact Person- Anjan Dhakal
Grameen Nepal,Butwal,Nepal


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