Laguna Heritage Tourism Cluster (LHTC)
The overall objective of Laguna Heritage Tourism Cluster in Montenegro is to strengthen innovation capabilities of hotel Laguna and a group of companies around/within its value chain. This is accomplished by enhanced collaboration among cluster members and relevant academic and research institutes which contributes to the creation of new innovative tourism products, including handicrafts.
Nativa facilitated the launch of the cluster, led its promotion and organised a study visit of cluster members to Slovenia.
Southern Dinarides Eco and Cultural Tourism Actions
Cross-border area between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina is marked by beautiful Dinaric Alps. Nativa provided international marketing expertise to the Center for Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro (CZIP) in the process of development of tourism packages and supported the creation of the plan for launching of authentic Dinaric handicrafts.
We facilitated strategic dialogue among stakeholders on the launch of the ‘Dinaric Handicraft Cluster’ and led the story creation of “Piva – Quest for Stecci” and “Crkvice – Embraced by Nature”.
Adriatic Health and Vitality Network (AHVN)
Adriatic Health and Vitality Network (EU IPA Adriatic project) was a three year multi-country project aiming to merge healthy lifestyles tourism and authentic culture into unique tourist experience networked throughout the Adriatic region. Intensive training of SME-s from partner region Koper for high-quality tourism service delivery was an integral part of this project where Nativa was involved.
The training and capacity building addressed topics of modern tourism itinerary creation, tourism marketing and environmentally friendly packaging of handicrafts and authentic home-made products.
South East Europe Sustainable Energy Policy (SEE SEP)
The overall objective of this multi-country project was to enhance the collaborative capacity of the civil society organisation’s (CSO) networks and apply best practices in sustainable energy sector.
The project also empowered stakeholders to engage in fact based dialogue with key decisions makers to influence policy and practice for a more sustainable energy system in South East Europe, aligned with key EU Policies and Directives.