Great news!! The deadline for submitting entries to this year’s edition of the SME Week Youth Essay Competition is being extended from 26 September to October 3! To those of you, who already submitted their applications – thank you and good luck during the selection process! But in case you have not started to get your ideas down on paper, the deadline extension will give you the time needed to submit a winning entry. Don’t delay! Register here, and get writing!
So, what do you need to do? Well, the challenge this year is to write about what SMEs need to become sustainable and resilient in the context of COVID-19 and other global challenges. You should think about the competences and skills needed by entrepreneurs in the future and describe three promising and sustainable start-ups in 2030.
According to last year’s winner Sabine Kerssens, the great thing about the competition is how creative and free you can be in your approach. So what are you waiting for? Get thinking about the future skills needed by entrepreneurs; get writing; and get in with a chance to be the winner of this year’s competition.
Are you up to the challenge? To have a chance at winning a trip to the SME Assembly 2021 in Slovenia this November, all you have to do is to submit an essay of no more than 2 500 words in English before 3 October 2021.
You can find all the information you need on this year’s competition in the 2021 Competition launch post. If you have any other questions, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck, get writing and don’t forget to submit.
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