Having been successfully implemented, the CACTLE will expand its activities by using personal and media communication strategies for a short term and a long impact.

Short term impact

For a short term impact the

  • Universities will have
    • to provide their HEI teachers with possibilities to attend courses offered by the CACTLE
    • to offer students the elective “Entrepreneurship and Business development”
  • CACTLE will have
    • to improve the Teaching competencies in Economics and Business of further HEI teachers of the university that will have been a consortium member of the project
    • to foster the relation between universities and enterprises by offering further trainings to enterprises that will have been associated partners of the project

The target groups activated for a short term impact can be reached by

  • using the existing network developed during the project duration
  • organizing events for HEI teachers, employees of enterprises/institutions and students and enterprises/institutions that will have been consortium members or associated partners of the project
  • advertising efforts by using the homepages of the universities and the CACTLE
  • using social media advertisement

Long term impact

For a long term impact the CACTLE will have

  • to acquire new university members in the own country
  • to acquire new university members in other Central Asian countries
  • to improve the Teaching competencies in Economics and Business of further HEI teachers of further
    universities
  • to foster the relation between universities and enterprises by offering further trainings to further
    enterprises

The target groups activated for a long term impact can be reached by

  • using the existing network developed during the project duration
  • organizing events for HEI teachers, employees of enterprises/institutions and students for further
    universities and enterprises/institutions
  • advertising efforts by using the homepages of the universities and the CACTLE
  • using social media advertisement