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Danis Foundation for Management Development (Fundatia Danis) is a non-governmental organization that supports young entrepreneurs, businessmen and managers to achieve professional excellence, while encouraging them to be social responsible towards their community, through entrepreneurship and management education programs.

What we do

Scopul nostru este de a promova cunoștințele și competențele mediatice în societate pentru incluziune și participare socială. Dezvoltăm programe de dezvoltare a competențelor în mass-media, jurnalismul digital, povestirea, designul și tehnologia, pe lângă oferirea de servicii media și de design, ateliere de construire a capacităților de comunicare media pentru ONG-uri, sectorul public și întreprinzători.

Projects

News

When photography brings entrepreneurs together

Driven by her passions for photography and painting, Alexandra decided to apply to Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme in April 2018. All her life, she has pursued her dream of being a freelance photographer, but she has also wanted to embrace the pragmatic aspect of a business by channeling her creativity. She has been looking [...]

Delivering “fashioned” happiness together

László is a young aspiring entrepreneur from Romania who has been involved in entrepreneurial activity since high school. Starting an online store at the age of only 17 enabled him to discover his passion well ahead of time. Zamir store delivers personalized T-shirts, sweaters, hooded sweatshirts and socks, with dreamy or cosmic prints :). Read about his [...]

CoOp team continued project work in Dublin

The third project meeting of #CoOp project was held in Dublin, Ireland, between 6-9 July, 2018. The Irish partner of the project Youth Work Ireland (Ireland) hosted participants representing partner organizations Asset Tec (Greece), Fundacja Robinson Crusoe (Poland), Fundatia Danis (Romania) and Norsensus Mediaforum (Norway). During the project meeting, the partners got the chance to revise the progress made so far with the ongoing intellectual outputs work, more [...]