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EEPA National Winners 2017 – Promoting the entrepreneurial spirit

As the jury decision for the European Enterprise Promotion Awards (EEPA) shortlist draws closer it is time for us to meet all of the outstanding projects from across Europe that are competing on European level! Promoting Enterprise will be presenting all of the national winners that are being considered for the European shortlist as well as the categories that they are competing.

This week is the turn of Category 1: Promoting the entrepreneurial spirit [1], which recognises initiatives that promote an entrepreneurial mindset, especially among young people and women. In 2016 the prize was won by the entrepreneurship stronghold Lyon Ville de l’Entrepreneuriat [2] from France.

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This year there are 18 projects competing in this category and competition is fierce! Good luck to all the projects and we look forward to finding out who is on the EEPA 2017 shortlist!

Croatia: BUDI UZOR®/BE THE ROLE MODEL™ [4]

Cyprus: The Future in our hands:  Creating European entrepreneurs [5]

Czech Republic: Jaudelam.cz [6]

Denmark:
Fonden for Entreprenørskab som national, ansvarlig aktør for implementering af entreprenørskab i uddannelserne. [7]

Estonia: Enterprise Village [8]

Finland: Pikkuyrittäjät – Mini company program for primary school [9]

France: Start’Up Lycée [10]

Germany: BIRTH – Business Innovation Responsibility and Technology @Hansenberg [11]

Greece: PATRAS Innovation Quest (Patras IQ) [12]

Hungary: Startup Campus Program [13]

Italy: 3D 4-Uman Technology is not uniquely human [14]

Latvia: Information campaign “Support for entrepreneurs [15]

Lithuania: KTU Startup Space [16]

Romania: Doing innovative business based on advanced research and public communication [17]

Serbia: Caravan of Youth Entrepreneurship [18]

Slovakia: I will do it.sk [19]

Turkey: Supporting Entrepreneurship, Skills and Future of Children and Youth Programme [20]

United Kingdom: Made in North Tyneside [21]