birkle IT Estonia OÜ
Vorstand birkle IT AG: Jörn Halbauer, Thomas Fraenzke
CEO birkle IT Estonia OÜ: Marco Spielmann
Internet address: www.birkle-it.ee / www.birkle-it.com
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EAS foreign recruitment grant
In spring 2020 birkle IT received the the foreign recruitment grant from EAS.
The recruitment grant is aimed at supporting recruitment of foreign information and communication technology or science and engineering specialists to help alleviate shortage of top specialists.
The objective of the grant is to encourage foreign recruitment of top specialists.
EAS funds project “Acoustic monitoring of conveyor belt rollers”
Project duration 01.01.2022 – 30.06.2022
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