The final meeting of the Erasmus+ DiGiER project, took place on 20-21 April this year in the beautiful Slovenian capital, at the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia in Ljubljana.



The aim of the DigiER project is to raise awareness on effective of digital transborder entrepreneurship among employees of chambers of commerce, regional development agencies, local authorities and centres for entrepreneurship development, but also VET teachers, trainers and mentors. 



In Slovenia, the partners summarised the final activities and discussed the final version of the project results – the guidebook and the mobile app.


A Guide to Digital Cross-Border Entrepreneurship Strategies in a Business Environment is a course-based learning resource that consists of 6 modules:


  • Cultural differences in negotiating, concluding and respecting agreements between EU countries,
  • Digital tax systems in Europe,
  • AR for eCommerce,
  • Automation of eCommerce marketing,
  • Successful cashless payment methods in Europe,
  • Shopping behaviour and social shopping.


The contents of the guide will certainly help the SME sector to increase its knowledge of foreign entities, thus reducing the communication barrier.


The partners have also developed the DiGiER mobile app, which provides training paths to test knowledge in digital cross-border entrepreneurship.


Both results can be followed at PROJECT RESULTS – DigiER Project (



DigiER – Digital Transborders Entrepreneurship Readiness is funded by the EU under the Erasmus+ programme, project number : 2020 – 1 – PL 01 – KA226 – VET – 096054, project duration: 01.05.2021 – 30.04.2023, it is implemented by 6 organisations from Poland, Slovenia, Greece, Romania and Scotland.



Leader of the project:

Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice




The Centre for Education and Entrepreneurship Support (CWEP) (


Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (

Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bistrita Nasaud (


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