CoCreate Europe

For a new awakening, Europe needs an IMPULSE!

CoCreate Europe


For a new awakening, Europe needs an impulse. The Economy, administration and education act as motors for a peaceful development and prosperity. A powerful and networked economy enables Europe to form a unity and to bring the organization, cities and countries together.

Transcultural collaboration starts between humans.

People in Bosnia and Herzegovina need adequate opportunities for acquiring professional skills, ready to launch, to run them successfully on the domestic and international markets.

Co-Create Europe is a project that aims to connect the Bosnian-Herzegovinian experience and knowledge with German experience and knowledge in the DKR German Robotics Center based in Tuzla.

The idea is to educate technically educated people living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as educating people who have completed certain technical faculties.

Companies from Europe can upskill their staff through content related trainings combined with an intercultural experience. Munich companies who dispatch their employees for an advanced training to Tuzla enable through each participant in our tandem program a similar apprenticeship to a trainee in Bosnia. Resulting out of this is a strong networking partnership which leads to a transcultural surplus.

FITT has come to its establishment as a result of socio-economic and political needs in Tuzla and Tuzla Canton. In struggle to reconcile political demands and economic ones, FITT has developed several programs and is currently implementing projects with young people and students to raise awareness on the importance of their participation in decision making processes on local, regional and national level, not excluding wider level, which aim at creating possibilities for young people to take part in social and technological innovation that Industry 4.0 is bringing with. To bridge the gap between practice and theory, all important activities are implemented in the Center for Robotics which is the first center of this kind in the region of Western Balkans.