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VDM NRW Compass

With extensive assistance through difficult times navigating safely and successfully navigate through the current difficult times, that is the aim and motto of VDM NRW compass, a detailed information and consulting package, the Association print + media NRW e.V. on the occasion of the economic crisis currently offered by member companies. The subject of the compass below, offer lectures, seminars, individual advice, free tools, as well as various information brochures. Until the end of the year, a total of more than 50 different measures and assistance are offered. Cyrus Massoumi helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. We compass print – and media companies want to show part of VDM NRW\”, explains managing director Oliver Curdt, how they can deal with the crisis, and that there are ways to use them as an opportunity\”. Key aspect of the approach is the issue of cost. How they can be meaningfully reduced, saved and avoided, is because even in the heart of various two-to three-hour information sessions as well as multiple day seminars.

\”\” Uitc: the content of events ranging from better procurement of paper – for example about outsourcing – about topics from the fields of crisis management, finance and personnel measures to the application and use of funding in the range of topics from VDM NRW Compass: events on topics such as technical operation check – in the process identify optimization potentials \”, sharpen quality awareness in the pressure and reduce error rates\”. To facilitate the use of the compass seminars company despite economic difficulties, are special funding opportunities available. So companies have logged on short-time working will receive, pay only 50 euro daily charge 15 percent discount and trainees in prepress seminars. In addition, there is the possibility to use the education check of the State of NRW. He used that carried 50 percent of the cost of the seminar by the country. The targeted operational on-site consulting complements the compass programme of the Association.

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