Second meeting of the Erasmus+ Sport project TALENT (Cloud-based education for creative sport talents) was held in Palermo, Italy on May 11th and 12th 2023 hosted by University of Palermo as one of the project partners. Meeting activities focused on partners’ reports on conducted desk analysis, report on progress on E-STOP platform development and agreement on methodology for focus groups as the next project task for all partners. Meetings was attended by 2 members of each partnering organization from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Cyprus and Malta. Main aim of this meeting, along with agreement on future steps for focus groups, dissemination activities and online platform, was also the organisation of one of the project events. “Show your talent” event was held on May 12th at Institute Regina Margherita in Palermo. 47 students with 8 teachers from this high school organised (with the help of University of Palermo’s project team members) the presentation of various children’s talent and activities such as poetry reading, modern dance, taekwondo figures, musical performance and theatre performance. Second part of the event was the round table moderated by prof. Antonino Bianco (UNIPA) with the participation of Prof. Compagno and Prof. Cappuccio from University of Palermo as well as Gaspare Polizzi and Marcello Giaccone, expert coaches and Salvatore Antibo, Olympic athlete. Round table discussed on the importance on detection of talents and the relationship between school and sport system as well as the importance of the coaches/educators’ roles in the development of talent. Palermo project meeting represented a great balance of reporting about the project activities in the first six months and an event focused on raising awareness about different types of talents and different approaches in its detection and development. These insights will serve to the Consortium in the implementation and dissemination of TALENT project in the following months. Next project meeting will be held at the end of November in Athens, Greece.