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1 by Project Partner Pablo Morales Chamber of Commerce of Seville ENSPIRE EU Entrepreneurship Education and the World of Work Sevilla, 5th October 2011

2 AGENDA WHAT IS ENSPIRE EU ABOUT? Project aim, The consortium, Background, Challenges, Solutions, Opportunities, Target groups & Activities. SHALL WE INSPIRE TOGETHER? Please share your ideas, thoughts and experiences with us!

3 BACKGROUND “ The desire for Europeans to be self-employed is decreasing. -Especially in the EU15. ” Eurobarometer Entrepreneurship Survey 2007 and 2009

4 ENSPIRE EU Expenses for improvement of entrepreneurial framework e.g: Small Business Act More Finance Free Access to Counseling Entrepreneurial mindset: Willingness to Become Entrepreneur

5 PROJECT AIM Enspire EU aims to boost the Enprepreneurial mindset by:  IDENTIFYING and SHOWCASING the BEST PRACTICES of how we inspire Europeans to become entrepreneurs  EXCHANGE THESE BEST PRACTICES i.e. transfer and adopt successful initiatives from around Europe  PROVIDING POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS for better policy effectuation within entrepreneurship

6 THE CONSORTIUM

7 CHALLENGES  AWARENESS OF THE ALTERNATIVE that self-employment is to being a wage earner  ACCESS TO CAPITAL – especially relevant to the ENSPIRE EU target groups  ADMINISTRATIVE BARRIERS to put up your own business  SUCCES RATE for small and medium sized businesses

8 SOLUTIONS  AWARENESS CREATION  CREATE INCENTIVES TO BECOME SELF-EMPLOYED  REMOVE OBSTACLES - administrative barriers etc.

9 TARGET GROUPS The 3 Target Groups as defined by the consortium:  DISADVANTAGED/ CHALLENGED: Women, Migrants and disabled people  DISCOURAGED: Long-term unemployed people (over 45 years old) and people with a low level of education  DISCONNECTED: Young people at the secondary level of education who are disconnected from the school system.

10 OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE CONSORTIUM  KNOWLEDGE OF EUROPE’S PROBLEMS IN THIS FIELD  A BIG NUMBER OF SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS  A STRONG BASIS TO INFLUENCE POLICIES

11 The Best Practices 15 Best Practices 52 Good Practices identified practices

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13 ENSPIRE EU ACTIVITIES I JAN.2010-DEC.2012 MAPPING: IDENTIFICATION OF EXISTING ENTREPRENEURIAL AWARENESS INITIATIVES IN ALL PARTNER REGIONS IN ORDER TO FORM A JOINT EUROPEAN STUDY TARGET GROUP: 3 DIS’ES EXCHANGE of EXPERIENCES: INTERREGIONAL EXCHANGE CAMPS WHERE BEST PRACTICES WITHIN ENTREPRENEURIAL INSPIRATION ARE SHOWCASED AND SHARED. DEVELOPMENT of ENSPIRE EU NETWORK FOR INTERREGIONAL EXCHANGE

14 ENSPIRE EU ACTIVITIES II JAN.2010-DEC.2012 POLICY EFFECTUATION: MAKE POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS AT REGIONAL LEVEL AND ASSIST IN POLICY EFFECTUATION PILOTS: RUN PILOT TEST OF THE BEST ENTREPRENEURIAL AWARENESS INITIATIVES FOR THE 3 DIFFERENT TARGET GROUPS WITHIN THE DIFFERENT PARTNER REGIONS. DEVELOPMENT OF ENSPIRE TOOL KIT FOR BUSINESS AGENCIES

15 Good practices identified related to entrepreneurial education 1.EDISON (Denmark) 2.ENTREPRENEURIAL HALLAND (Sweden) 3.ENTRIS (Sweden) 4.GROWTH (Sweden)

16 1.EDISON (Denmark) - age 13 Runs over four months. Edison is focusing on pupils’ and teachers’ approach and ability to be creative and on product development. Pupils go from idea to product and end at a marketplace with similar school projects. Cross-curricular teaching, that shifts between theory and practice. Give the pupils a special knowledge about the entrepreneurial mindset.

17 1.EDISON (Denmark) - age 13 Pupils’ projects participate in regional and national competitions and in trade fairs. Recognized by the European Commision as ”Best Practice in Entrepreneurship Education”. Project Edison combines the practical with theory, which enables all pupils to participate equally with their competences. It shows how entrepreneurship teaching in a simple way can create young entrepreneurs. Teachers are participating in a camp, to learn how to use the tools needed for educating the pupils.

18 2.ENTREPRENEURIAL HALLAND (Sweden) The main goal is to raise the proportion of individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit The initiative focuses on schools, teaching school staff about entrepreneurial learning, creating meetings between the various stakeholders that need to come together as well as working on the conditions for starting businesses and/or commercializing ideas. Recognized by the European Commision as ”Best Practice in Entrepreneurship Education”.

19 3.ENTRIS (Sweden) The goal is to implement entrepreneurial teching methods in schools. The focus of the initiatives is to give school staff the knowledge and the tools to implement entrepreneurial teching methods. The education system are supposed to prepare children and youth for jobs not yet existing, for solving problems not yet known, with technology not yet invented! Therefore ENTRIS offer competence in entrepreneurial learning approach to school personnel.

20 4.GROWTH (Sweden) The goal is to reach school development through teachers based training in the topic of entrepreneurial learning. The initiative uses a process based on teachers training method where the project coaches each school in the development process into a more entrepreneurial learning environment.

21 Thank you for your attention: LET’S ENSPIRE TOGETHER! More information at Find film, Best practice report, Partner information and much more!


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