YES! – Young entrepreneurs succeed – Workshop à Munich
Young entrepreneurs succeed, YES! Workshop in Munich
Munich Business School hosted the second workshop of the year 2022 under the Young Entrepreneurs Succeed, YES! Project.
The two-day workshop started with a welcoming address by the dean of Munich Business School in person of Prof. Dr. Stefan Baldi and followed by a general introduction of members both old and new members by Prof. Barbara Scheck who also moderate the workshop.
The first day of the workshop was dedicated to updates on project management and administration, update on data collection activities with the use of SkillLab software, impact assessment update which focused on discussion of impact assessment interim reports from the last intervention period, and proposal for qualitative data collection for the current interventions. The first day of the workshop ended after a two-hour knowledge transfer session that was delivered by the representatives of Youth Business International and KIZ respectively, followed by a taste of Bavarian dinner at a restaurant located in the city center of Munich.
The second day of the workshop began with an update on communication activities during the project. This was followed by the implementation updates from all partners involved. The afternoon was dedicated to knowledge sharing – Introducing the Better Entrepreneurship Policy Tool by Guillem. The workshop ended with all partners sharing their thoughts, reflections, and feedback, while the lead partners gave the closing remarks.
ABOUT THE EEA AND NORWAY GRANTS
The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reduce economic and social disparities and to strengthen bilateral relations with 15 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics.
For the period 2014-2021, the total contribution is €2.8 billion (EEA Grants €1.5 billion and Norway Grants €1.3 billion).
Under the EEA Agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are part of the European internal market. The EEA Agreement sets out the common goal of working together to reduce social and economic disparities.
The Scaling trust-based partnership models to recharge youth entrepreneurship: Supporting underserved communities with innovative entrepreneurship support instruments (TPM-RYE) project, benefits from €2,3M grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The aim of the programme is to activate unemployed youth to access the labour market and promote entrepreneurship.