PREFORMA factsheet translated in Dutch

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The factsheet presenting the project and the call for tender is now available also in Dutch thanks to the work of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.

This helps to raise awareness about the project and to better disseminate the call for tender, particularily in Dutch speaking countries, in order to attract new possible suppliers.

The factsheet has been published in the NISV project pages at  http://www.beeldengeluid.nl/node/9569 and it’s also posted on the DEN Project repository at http://www.den.nl/nieuws/bericht/4224.

 

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