Last days have been very busy for Dlearn.
Digital technologies are a focus for new opportunities, directly dealing with innovation, growth and job creation but, so far, there is not yet a common understanding of what are the most im
The strategy digital workforce is a new deal for each kind of business or organization.
“The digital revolution in Europe is not about tech companies, it is about small business and entrepreneurs.
90% of the entire population will be connected to the internet within 10 years. With the internet of things, the digital and physical worlds will soon be merged.
One of the main challenges the society have to face is to preserve cultural roots for the next generations.
In the middle-skill job market, the world is increasingly divided between the jobs that demand digital skills and the ones that don’t—and the ones that don’t are falling behind.
The source of the following article is originally written and run by a resourceful entrepreneur, Tomas Laurinavicius, from Lithuania.
Lyubomir is just 21 years old. He is director of one of the most prominent startups in Sofia, Melissa Climate.
This week is the #EUVocationalSkills. Dlearn in the framework of the week promotes #DigitalTalent and #DigitalSkills.
Start your journey with us. Here you can find the Digital Skills map.