And recently, delegation from Coburg University of applied sciences and arts has left Novosibirsk, after realizing an international student project in cooperation with NSUEM students.
Within 6 months students from Coburg University and NSUEM worked under co-project: spotting the opportunity of entering Novosibirsk market for the foreign company KRAMP, which specializes on agricultural machinery. Skype-sessions were held during preparation period.
Tourism, hospitality and health resort operations department is in charge of the project from NSUEM side, headed by Ekaterina Efremova, and from Coburg University of applied sciences and arts Professor Doctor Eduard Gerhardt.
During visit, students exchanged their gained materials and consolidated into one final presentation. As a result, project participants came to conclusion that there are positive options for entering Russian market. Furthermore, students pointed out the main problems and obstacles for the Kramp company that might appear to enter Russian market.
The next step of the project development is to work out the concrete operating system and mechanism of entering Novosibirsk market. In autumn project coordinators expect to represent new insights and results in Coburg.
Student's research will be the basis of their Diploma works.
Among other things, NSUEM students discussed the option of launching same co-projects in the sphere of tourism and management, etc.