Two External evaluation reports will be elaborated by the Advisory Board: one in the middle and one at the end of the project through the analysis of the overall project implementation. The documents will provide assessment of what has been achieved taking into consideration the impact of the results to target group and their sustainability.
The Project Director will assume financial management and reporting with collaboration of all partners.
In order to work efficiently in the partnership, two independent entities will be created:
1. A Quality Committee composed as follows:
a. Project Coordinator (ULPGC)
b. 1 Communication Officer (TOURISM OBSERVATORY)
c. 1 Education and Training Manager (CISET))
d. 1 Programme Manager (Haaga-Helia)
e. 3 External Steering Advisers
The Quality Committee will have regular virtual meetings (Quality Assessment Meetings – WP1) and carry out monitoring and evaluation activities in order to detect obstacles to the correct project development in time. If applicable, members will decide jointly on adequate corrective measures. Evaluation Reports will be delivered to the Coordinator.
2. The High-Level EURO-EMOTUR Advisory Board (AB) composed of at least 8 members segmented as follow:
25% of technology experts, 25% of tourism sector, 25% experts in business development and SMEs and 25% experts in Living Labs, chaired by the Coordinator (ULPGC) and the Programme Manager (EASME). A member of the Commission Will be invited as an observer. The Board will chair at the beginning of the programme delivery. The AB will be formed by M6; Consortium Partners will suggest at least 3 members each and each partner will vote 1 member only via a pool for selecting the best CVs and profiles.