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South-East Asian Sales Competition (SEASAC)

Project period: 15.11.2018-14.11.2021
Coordinator: Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

SEASAC is a three-year project funded by Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the field of higher education programme. This project aims to strengthen Southeast Asian Universities’ capability to provide highly skilled Business to Business (B2B) sales professionals for the emerging international markets. Existing European knowledge and experiences in the development of pedagogy sales education will be utilized and being adapted into rich Southeast Asian cultures. SEASAC concept, consisting of International B2B Sales course and events, is a tangible output of this project. Novelties of this concept will engage companies to the university level sales education in all its phases: planning, implementation and assessment of students’ performance. In addition to SEASAC consortium, this concept will attract other universities from Southeast Asian countries during project implementation.


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Coordinator: Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

  1. University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria,
  2. Edinburg Napier University, Scotland,
  3. Haaga Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  4. Mahasarakham University, Thailand
  5. Rangsit University, Thailand
  6. Bina Nusantara University,
  7. Universitas Putra Indonesia (UPI) “YPTK” Padang,
  8. Sebelas Maret University,
  9. Parahyangan Catholic University,
  10. State Polytechnic Batam 

Erasmus + Capacity Building in The Field of Higher Education Programme

Cahya K. Ratih

Victor SY Labotano

Aline Almandha