The contest is an open and popular initiative so you can vote our Project at the .eu Web Awards Website. The voting period will run until 1 August

 

We have great news to share with you. Our website, created with an innovative and visual design, has been nominated in the current edition of the .eu Web Awards, an online competition launched by EURid to acknowledge the best websites, using the .eu or .ею extensions.

The main goal of this contest is to enhance the visibility of innovative, beautiful and impactful websites.

REZBUILD website will compete in “Better World” category, addressed to websites that represent green initiatives and environmentally-friendly organisations.

Since the .eu Web Awards is a popular contest created to promote the interaction and engagement of European citizens, we strongly encourage you to participate in the voting process.

So, if you think that our website matches the criteria, has an innovative and impactful design and you want to help us to attract new visitors vote for us through .eu Web Awards website: www.webawards.eurid.eu

And of course feel free to spread the word through your friends and social media platforms in order to gather as many votes as possible!

The voting period will run until 1 August, so you are on time to vote. The 3 websites under each category with most votes will become the finalists, that will be revealed on September and winners will be announced at a special Gala that will be hold on 20th of November this year.

What you will be voting for

Our website is the Media Hub of REZBUILD Project and the meeting place for all stakeholders, Media and general public interested in the project.

This platform has been created with the specific objective of offering an innovative visual identity aligned with the spirit of the project. It also seeks to be a dynamic space always updated through content such as news or the calendar of events.

It’s important to note that this H2020 initiative will create a community for social innovators related to construction sector across Europe with the aim of encouraging interaction and dialogue between the main stakeholders of the sector. In this sense, the website has two specific sections: “Public Participation” and “Education and Training”.

The section “Public Participation” aims to promote social innovation and public participation among all the stakeholders. This part of the website will inform about all the progress of the participatory processes and encourage interaction and exchange of information.

For that, the section is full of new ideas that meet social needs, create social relationships and build new collaborations. Likewise, this section has a forum, where all the stakeholders can discuss about main topics related to construction sector.

In addition, the site has another specific section, named “Education and Training”, directed to deliver effective training and education programmes for industrialists (especially, SMEs), research infrastructures, as well as for to non-specialists to enable the uptake of technologies.