EuroStep project completes first workshop with European National Federations
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EuroStep project completes first workshop with European National Federations

MADRID (Spain) - The innovative EuroStep project continued with its second workshop, held at the Spanish Basketball Federation (FEB) Museum in Madrid from November 30 - December 2.

There were 41 participants representing a total of 30 different National Federations with press and media officers gathered in attendance for the three-day workshop as part of the Digital Transformation Program with a wide range of topics covered.

The EuroStep project is funded by the European Union's Erasmus + Sport program with FIBA Europe partnered with the German Sport University of Cologne as its main academic partner, as well as the digital basketball specialists NBN23.

Other partners include the National Federations of Ireland, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden with each of the four presenting case studies as well as the FIBA Europe Communications team with a closer look at the digital success of FIBA EuroBasket 2022.

External FIBA Consultant Geoff Wilson guided participants through a number of interactive sessions having also been part of the first workshop which took place in July 2022, for representatives of clubs across Europe

FIBA Executive Director Europe Kamil Novak was also in attendance to underline the importance of the project with a unique opportunity to share knowledge and insights between the national federations.

The project continues with a series of webinars over the coming months before the final workshop is scheduled for June 2023 where press and media officers of both clubs and national federations will be in attendance.