In our last post on the Promoting Enterprise news portal, we presented the EEPA 2021 national winners in the category Promoting the Entrepreneurial Spirit. This week it is the turn of the shortlisted projects in Category 2 – Investing in Entrepreneurial Skills.
The Investing in Entrepreneurial Skills category recognises initiatives that improve entrepreneurial, managerial and employee skills. All of the shortlisted projects take an innovative approach to encouraging entrepreneurship, focusing on diverse areas – from data protection and digitalisation to social and green entrepreneurship, the promotion of entrepreneurship among female migrants and encouraging entrepreneurship in school students.
So, without further ado, the shortlisted national projects in the Investing in Entrepreneurial Skills category in EEPA 2021 are:
- Croatia: Centre for Entrepreneurship
- Cyprus: Erasmus+ Project KA2 ‘Little Sociopreneurs’
- Denmark: Startup Masterclass
- Germany: COMPETENZentrum für Selbständige
- Hungary: SME Data Protection by Design and by Default
- Italy: Startup Super School
- Lithuania: No Quarantine on the Internet
- Malta: The MEA online HR HANDBOOK
- Turkey: YGA Global Impact Middle School
By clicking on the links in the list, you can find out more about the projects’ innovative approaches to entrepreneurial skills development. These national projects were shortlisted by national EEPA coordinators and are advancing to the next phase of the awards. They will now be reviewed by the European jury, which will decide on the final shortlist.
All of the shortlisted projects are worthy winners, and we congratulate them and wish them the best of luck going forward.
Come back to the News Portal each week to find out which projects won their national competitions and are being considered for the European shortlist by our prestigious EEPA 2021 jury.
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