Ready to find out who has made it into the top 10 for this year’s Youth Essay Competition? Firstly we would like to thank everyone again for their incredible entries, which were of a very high standard and made it difficult to narrow it down to only the top 10.
The top 10 applicants will now move onto Round 2 during which they must answer the following follow-up question from our jury:
The European Commission has recently published its political guidelines for the upcoming legislative term. Among those, newly elected Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen has highlighted the importance of reinforcing SME Policy across the EU legislative board. What concrete measure or initiative would you propose to apply the “Think Small First Principle” to? And why?
Their answers will then be reviewed by the jury to narrow down the list again to the top three candidates that will travel to Helsinki to give their speech and defend their ideas in front of the SME Assembly 2019 delegates.
So who is moving on to Round 2? Have a look below!
- Aleksandra Kochman (Poland)
- Aureliano Undreaj (Albania)
- Emilianos Panayiotou (Cyprus)
- Lucia Ariel Hotti (Italy)
- Frederik Kusse (Belgium)
- Enzlo Ercole Ribagnac (France)
- Estelle Beuve (France)
- Giurca Paula Ioana (Romania)
- Radu Domescu (Romania)
- Magdalena Stoyanova (Bulgaria)
Well done to our top 10 and best of luck for Round 2! Don’t forget to keep checking the Portal to find out who the jury select to travel to Helsinki in November later this year…
The SME Week Youth Essay Competition is an opportunity to make your voice heard and to take your ideas to a key SME stakeholders and policy makers on a European platform.
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