We are coming to the end of 2016…and what a year it has been! This year on the blog we have met some inspiring entrepreneurs, who showed us what it means to be innovative, creative, daring and more. From the seasoned to the new, from older to younger, we have been very lucky here on Promoting Enterprise to have met and featured so many inspiring individuals.
We must also not forget all the winners we have met! Starting with the hotly contested European Enterprise Promotion Awards where we had 6 category winners and a Grand Jury Prize winner. Read all about them here. Let us also not forget all of the amazing national projects that made it onto the shortlist, find out about them here.
This year for the first time there was an opportunity for young Europeans to participate, that’s right we are talking about the Youth Essay Competition, which received many outstanding entries, of which only 3 finalists and 1 winner were selected. The finalists, Francesco Foglia, Frici Barabas and Katie Williams all differed very much in their approach as to how to motivate young Europeans to become entrepreneurs, and all pushed the Jury to think about the opportunities available. The winner of the competition, Andri Pandoura, from Cyprus impressed the jury with her simple approach and advice on how to connect with youth on their platforms and terms.
Finally, our biggest event of the year was the SME Assembly 2016 held in Bratislava, Slovakia from 23-25 November 2016. If you missed it, read our daily posts (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3) and have a look at our Instagram for images of one of the biggest European gatherings of entrepreneurs, facilitators and innovative thinkers!
It has certainly been an eventful and entrepreneurial year, and we look forward to seeing what 2017 will bring! So from all of the Promoting Enterprise team, thank you for supporting us and reading our posts, we hope you have enjoyed them! Curious about what we will bring you in 2017? Not long to wait, so Happy Holidays and see you back here in 2017!
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