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December 3 (SeeNews) - The Information, Knowledge, Possibilities (IKP) Association has expanded to include nine new members by November, the association said.
Over the past few months, the IKP Association has received membership applications from nine organisations operating in sectors within the association’s focus, the organisation said. The new members include organisations developing software technologies applied in information industry, infrastructure and community services, as well as designing computer and other IT systems. Their operations are complemented by other members that develop infrastructure and engineering projects, and electronic systems and components. A third group of new members offers consulting services on European and grant funding, or engineering project consulting. A new member worth mentioning is The Twelfth Chair Foundation, a non-governmental organisation.
The new members are uniquely qualified to contribute towards achieving the association’s goals. Their support will allow the association to organise and execute promotional and informational campaigns, forums, contests and trainings to popularise the association’s goals and activities, IKP Association said.
With their know-how, the new members will contribute to the gathering and systematisation of information about successful practices and international experience. In order to store and make the information more accessible to both members and partners of the association, a database will be created and kept up to date.
With the inclusion of The Twelfth Chair, the association takes steps toward actively cooperating with local, regional, national and international organisations and informal structures to increase the efficiency of its activities.
"With all this new knowledge and experience, the association can start to actively support the development and execution of projects in different spheres of the social, economic, and cultural environment," it said. "With the inclusion of these new members it will become easier to gather the resources and information needed for the development and application of European and international standards in education, science, culture, healthcare, ecology, technology and all other areas, connected to the association’s goals."
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