We’re thrilled to announce that Blockchain Intelligence has been accepted to join the Pact for Skills initiative, led by the European Commission. This ambitious project is a collective effort to address the critical skills gaps that exist in various industries across Europe. With a mission to foster continuous upskilling and reskilling, this initiative aligns perfectly with our commitment to advancing knowledge in the fields of blockchain, crypto assets, Web 3.0, and the metaverse.
Pact for Skills leverages the strengths of multiple stakeholders, including businesses, educational institutions, and governments, to create a dynamic and inclusive learning ecosystem. By promoting the exchange of expertise and resources, the initiative aims to equip individuals with the competencies needed to thrive in the evolving job market.
For Blockchain Intelligence, being a part of this initiative opens up a wealth of opportunities. It provides us with direct access to a network of industry leaders, educators, and policymakers who share our dedication to nurturing talent and driving innovation. Through collaborative efforts, we can contribute to shaping educational programs that are not only forward-thinking but also aligned with the demands of emerging technologies.
This collaboration resonates deeply with our mission to provide high-quality education and promote ethical, sustainable, and secure practices within the digital realm. By participating in Pact for Skills, we’re taking a proactive stance in building a skilled workforce that can confidently navigate the complexities of blockchain, crypto assets, and associated technologies.
We’re excited to embark on this journey and look forward to making meaningful contributions to the future of education and skills development in Europe. Together with our fellow Pact for Skills members, we’re determined to bridge the skills gap and empower individuals to thrive in the digital age. This partnership marks a significant step towards a more vibrant, inclusive, and technologically proficient European workforce.