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© 2005 IntEnt 1 Sponsored by IntEnt- Migrant Entrepreneurship and Development: Practical results and policy recommendations" New York, 5 October 2006
© 2005 IntEnt 2 Internatinal Entrepreneurship enterprising across borders ** 10 year aniversary this year ** IntEnt, The Netherlands Mrs. Nienke Stam on behalf of mr. Klaas Molenaar firstname.lastname@example.org www.enterprisingacrossborders.eu
© 2005 IntEnt 3 GREAT IDEAS HAVE NO BORDERS Loesje international
© 2005 IntEnt 4 Migrants are innovators To promote investments of knowledge, skills and ideas and financial resources Building bridges: Stimulate co-operation between countries (B2B, through matchmaking programme) Why stimulate enterprise creation by the diaspora?
© 2005 IntEnt 5 Participating in the IntEnt programme is the first investment in the business Who makes it possible? Migrant entrepreneurs themselves (10% direct costs ) HIVOS Netherlands Government ( Core funding ) DEZ ( Curacao Ministry of Economic Affaires ) European Union ( additional programmes )
© 2005 IntEnt 6 ( Orthopedic) Shoes Pet foods Cosmetics (Biol) TV film production Computer repairs IT training school Labour mediation office The types of businesses Solar panel trade Hotel Food / catering service Textile embroidery Plastic bags Cold store Daycare centers Radio station …. Stimulate labour intensive? Socially good? International? IntEnt: Whatever the entrepreneur wants
© 2005 IntEnt 7 I.Modular II.From person to enterprise III.The Funnel concept IV.And … Principles of our programme
© 2005 IntEnt 8 1.Promotion 2.Selection 3.Training What does it mean to be an entrepreneur? and Business Plan Preparation 4.Personal Advise -> formulation of business plan 5.Market research in program country 6.Financing- mediation 7.Personal advice during start and first year IntEnts modules, step-by-step
© 2005 IntEnt 9 From person to enterprise Do it yourself approach
© 2005 IntEnt 10 The Funnel concept Whom to assist? The weak of the strong? Funnel principle: positive de-motivation
© 2005 IntEnt 11 Business development services Credit Guarantee Fund Loans from local banks Institutional development Local business clubs One stop shop Modular: cafeteria model And in addition
© 2005 IntEnt 12 Investments made: US$ 15.900.000 Jobs created: 840 Results (1)
© 2005 IntEnt 13 % in business after 3 years: 80% SME Bank staf / Business Advisors trained: 120 people Our results (2)
© 2005 IntEnt 14 Country InterestedAdmittedCompletes training Completes market research Starters Surinam 2.00442733612176 Ghana 7322872546754 Morocco 1.3052871103127 Turkey 487119501810 Curacao 934129831712 Afghanistan 3257643911 Ethiopia 17026163 Total 5.9571.351892226190 Our results (3)
© 2005 IntEnt 15 The IntEnt programme works! Entrepreneurship cannot be combined with forced remigration programmes Importance of circular migration needs to be recognized Investing / money transfers are individual decision Public funding is needed to attract private funding (support programmes, guarantees) Policy lessons (1)
© 2005 IntEnt 16 Entrepreneurship programmes should be run as a business. The entrepreneur needs to pay a share. Developing nations recognize the potential of the Diaspora and seek to work with IntEnt Enterprises need a conducive enabling environment BDS / financing is often not accessible for migrant SMEs Institutional lessons (1)
© 2005 IntEnt 17 Enterprise promotion programmes take time Reach relatively smaller numbers but the investments made are significant and sustainable Migrant entrepreneurs start with own funds (savings, family loans, remitances) Our own lessons (1)
© 2005 IntEnt 18 Opening IntEnt local offices Expanding to Diasporta in USA, UK, Germany International Policy and Expert Meeting 22nd of November www.geldnaarhuis.nl Match-making programme Business out of the Box New IntEnt initiatives
© 2005 IntEnt 19 IF YOU TRY YOU WIN AT LEAST EXPERIENCE Loesje
© 2005 IntEnt 20 Training Orientation on Entrepreneurship (2 days) Training Development of the Businessplan (3 days) Individual counsellling Advice on feasibility by IntEnt Financial Committee Assistance and advice in programme country In consultation you decide to participate or not Depending on advice commettee Market research and Finalizing BP with assistance local coordination office. Advice of final Businessplan by IntEnt Assessment Committee. 1. Tailormade: your personal programme 2. Orientatio n 3. Developing Businessplan Intake interview with IntEnt 4. Finalizing Businessplan 5. Counselling by start-up 6. Counselling after start-up Process
1 Talent Network for Innovation Strengthening the Business Sector and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries: The Potential of Diasporas.
Terms. 1. Globalization 2. Financing 3. Inputs.
Using public procurement to foster research and innovation More Research and Innovation COM(2005) 488 of 12 October 2005 Commission communication to the.
Title Sub-title Engaging Diasporas in Development: Lessons Learned, Challenges and Trends Leila Rispens-Noel, Programme Officer December 11, 2008.
The vision for Sri Lanka’s Tertiary and Vocational Education
STRUMENTI DI SVILUPPO LOCALE E DELLIMPRENDITORIALITA SOCIAL INCLUSION IN THE TIME OF CRISIS Dr Emma Clarence OECD LEED Trento Centre.
OECD International Futures Programme 1 OECD Futures Project The Commercialisation of Space and the Development of Space Infrastructure: The Role of Public.
International Approaches to Labour Migration GTZ conference on Migration and Labour, Berlin 12 June 2007 Louka T. Katseli, Director, OECD Development Centre.
1 Public-Private Partnerships PPPs Brett Kaufmann, Robin Lynch, Christoph Maier, and John Pitzer John Pitzer.
Business Transaction Management Software for Application Coordination 1 Business Processes and Coordination.
U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation Peace and prosperity through science collaboration 1 Cathleen Campbell U.S. Civilian Research & Development.
1 ABOUT THE INSTITUTE ABOUT THE INSTITUTE SOFIA UNIVERSITY ST. KLIMENT OHRIDSKI, BULGARIA CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN RESEARCH, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES.
EU-Regional Policy Structural actions 1 GROWING EVALUATION CAPACITY THE MID TERM EVALUATION IN OBJECTIVE 1 AND 2 REGIONS 8 OCTOBER 2004.
EU Programmes in Finland EU Commission DG Regio/ERDF DG Employment/ESF DG Agri/EAGGF, FIFG Ministry of the Interior ERDF Objective.
EN Regional Policy EUROPEAN COMMISSION Community Strategic Guidelines for cohesion
Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry 1 Opportunities for ethnic minority Entrepreneurs European week of Regions and Cities, Brussels 11 October.
Joint presentation by respective units in DGs AGRI, EMPL and REGIO IPA Components III, IV and V: Conditions for successful preparation and absorption of.
Commission européenne Investing in competitive businessess and high quality jobs Stimulating entrepreneurs and new enterprise Financing business.
European Social Fund ENTREPRENEURIAL LADDERS OUT OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION Brussels 11 October 2006.
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INNOVATION CENTER WIPO/INN/MCT/04/3 WIPO NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON INNOVATION SUPPORT SERVICES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT Muscat, April 20, 2004.
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