Ppt on entrepreneurship development programmes

ILO BEST PRACTICES FOR INTEGRATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: ARAB STATES EXPERIENCE RANIA BIKHAZI ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST INTERNATIONAL LABOUR.

who are: Young (not approaching retirement so they may benefit from new skills), Of dynamic character and high motivation toward programme goals, And willing to enhance their teaching skills by developing a new participatory approach with students INTEGRATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: ILO EXPERIENCE (3) INTEGRATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: ILO EXPERIENCE (4) Monitoring, Follow-up & Certification ILO partakes in the monitoring and follow-up with teachers to/


1 Dublin Business Innovation Centre Programmes to Promote Entrepreneurship in Young Irish People Debbie Whitney.

private sector. Dublin Business Innovation Centre 3 Range of Services - Overview Dublin Business Innovation Centre 4 Entrepreneurship Statistics Ireland is the most entrepreneurially active country in the EU One in every 14 adults in Ireland/ Development Programme In 1995, Dublin BIC initiated (in conjunction with UCD, TCD and DCU), developed and put significant resources into a dedicated Campus Company Development Programme with the aim of assisting campus-based entrepreneurs to establish and develop /


CIE (Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship) provides an unique environment for catalysing both quality entrepreneurship research and new business.

oriented Pinchot (1985):Intrapreneur is an entrepreneur within an already established organisation Stevenson (1997):An entrepreneur has the ability to develop business opportunities 1. Entrepreneurship and New Business Development Programme (ENP) Programmes and activities 1. 2. Later developmentEarly developmentStart Growth and development Time 2. Development Programme 3. Management Groups 4. Networking Activities 1. 2. 3. 4. CIE Business support TeachingResearch Business network Support organisations Mj/


Dr Richard Maponya Institute for Skills and Entrepreneurship Development Sam Tsima Project Management Consultant Dr Richard MAPONYA Institute.

to provide continuous support and growth management interventions. 2015/08/07Dr Richard Maponya Institute3 Dr Richard MAPONYA Institute Programme of Action Dr Richard Maponya Soweto Annual Conference on Entrepreneurship: This is the conference designed for the practising entrepreneurs. It is a way of continuing development for the entrepreneurs, especially the SMEs. Organised in partnership with the University of Johannesburg, Soweto Campus. 2015/08/


MWE TOI PROJECT Mentoring Women for Entrepreneurship Project Nº 2013-1-ES1-LEO05-67314 GUIDELINES for MENTORING.

. Types of Mentoring Mentoring is not homogenous. In fact there exists a wide variety of mentoring programmes. Mentoring programmes differ based on: the level of facilitation of organisational representatives; the presence and quality of training for/relationship and if possible suggest alternative sources of help. Chapter 4 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship is a capacity and willingness to develop, organise and manage a business venture. Entrepreneurs tend to operate in the areas/


11 TURKEY, SMEs & KOSGEB KOSGEB SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION CICA “Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in.

ORGANIZATION GENEL KREDI PROGRAMLARI KAPSAMINDA SAĞLANAN DESTEKLER SME PROJECT SUPPORT PROGRAMME THEMATIC PROJECT SUPPORT PROGRAMME COOPERATİON- COLLABORATION SUPPORT PROGRAMME R&D, INNOVATION AND INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE SUPPORT PROGRAMME ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUPPORT PROGRAMME GENERAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME SUPPORTS UNDER KOSGEB REGULATION 40 KOSGEB SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION GENEL KREDI PROGRAMLARI KAPSAMINDA SAĞLANAN DESTEKLER SME SUPPORT CREDIT EMPLOYMENT CREDIT EXPORT CREDIT INFORMATICS/


REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME 8 TH SECTORAL MONITORING COMMITTEE MEETING 18 May 2011 – Ankara.

Expected To Be Signed : Under18 projects, there are 52 contracts 01- Establishment of Business Incubators and Development of a Network among Incubators in Turkey (Kastamonu, Malatya, Tokat) End Recipient of Assistance: KOSGEB / of Enterprise Capacity and Foster Entrepreneurship Priority Axes 2: Strengthening of Enterprise Capacity and Foster Entrepreneurship 10- Technical Assistance for Publicity, Information and Promotion of the Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme End Recipient of Assistance : /


(Un)employment in EU EU strategies, policies and platforms for youth employment and youth entrepreneurship 02-09.10.2015, Djakovo, Croatia www.cetcreativeentrepreneurship.wordpress.com.

targets for the EU in 2020 1. Employment 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed 2. Research & Development 3% of the EUs GDP to be invested in R&D 3. Climate change and energy sustainability greenhouse gas emissions /to you, how European Union is supporting youth entrepreneurship?  Any specific programmes you can think of?  Have you personally participated in any EU programme that supports or promotes youth entrepreneurship? Creative Entrepreneurship 02-09.10.2015, Djakovo, Croatia www./


Entrepreneurship Management Training and Entrepreneurship Development Programme in India Importance of training Methods of training EDP- Need and importance.

Management Training and Entrepreneurship Development Programme in India Importance of training Methods of training EDP- Need and importance Phases of EDP Selection of entrepreneurs for EDP Training programme - Course contents Pre requisites of EDP Organisations providing EDP Entrepreneurship Management Importance of Training Ensures availability of skilled manpower at all management levels Enhancing abilities, potential among entrepreneurs Increase efficiency Maintain and enhance product quality/


Porto 21-22 April 2016 Gender Equality and Entrepreneurship for All Gender Equality and Entrepreneurship for all 2015-1-RO01-KA202-015035.

key to the success of the project as it will allow designing a Training Programme that properly meets the training needs expressed by VET and non-VET teachers/tutors. Porto 21-22 April 2016 O3 INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON STUDY ON THE NEEDS OF DEVELOPING GENDER EQUALITY SKILLS IN RELATION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP P1 will conduct the desk research, will propose templates for gathering specific info/


MENA-OECD Investment Programme MENA-OECD Enterprise Financing Network Providing Linkages for Growth Dr. Alexander Böhmer, Executive Programme Manager,

advance by 1. broadening the range of financial services and products that are available and aligning supervisory practices with global standards; And by: 2. developing effective frameworks and policies for entrepreneurship, including the promotion of womens entrepreneurship. MENA-OECD Investment Programme Existing Models to Close the Financing Gap Selected Regional examples Public guarantee instruments: introduced in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia in/


DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SMEs BY : MASLINDA ZULKIFLY LEGEND HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR 30 JULY 2008.

OF SMEs TO EMPLOYMENT 57 56.4 SUPPORT FOR SMEs SUPPORT FOR SMEs SUPPORT FOR SMEs SME Development Programmes Incentives and Financial Assistance Programmes SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES SME EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL (SEAP) ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION OUTREACH PROGRAMMES SKILLS UPGRADING BRAND SME DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME CAPACITY BUILDING Quality Control and Improvement of Standard Waste Reduction Inventory Management Control and Improvement Reduction in/


Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

and teaching Review staff interview and induction processes to integrate aspects of enterprise and entrepreneurship Strategies for linking enterprise/entrepreneurship with courses and programmes Develop student’s understanding of enterprise by: Developing curriculum Developing their awareness Developing their understanding Strategies for linking enterprise/entrepreneurship with courses and programmes Develop student’s ability to be enterprising & entrepreneurial by: Getting them to *be* enterprising/


Entrepreneurship Education in India K Ramachandran Professor of Entrepreneurship & Strategy Indian School of Business

Absence of faculty awareness, opportunities, and interest Lack of skills and knowledge in interested faculty Need for an effort to create interest in faculty and to develop the skills and knowledge needed to teach entrepreneurship TERM BASED PROGRAMMES InstituteCourse TitleFocusDuration ISBPAEVPre Start Up15 Weeks IIMALEMPre Start Up 10 Weeks ENVPPre Start up & Start Up 10 Weeks IIMBENVCPre Start up & Start Up 10 Weeks/


The Education of Entrepreneurship in Turkey. How is Entrepreneurship given? Entrepreunersip By means of education By means of project and support.

as a module within “Professional Development” lesson in the 10th grades of Vocational High Schools. Entrepreneurship in Higher Education  Associate Degree  Bachelor Degree  Post Graduate  Doctorate Entrepreneurship in Associate Degree  It has been taught under the headline “Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management” in Economics and Administrative/Enterprise Programmes as compulsory.  In other programmes it’s been taught as an optional lesson. Entrepreneurship in Bachelor Degree  It is/


Department of Small Business Development

micro franchisors 5 Short-term Priorities Public sector procurement (set-asides programme) Finalise incentives and access to finance Business rescue strategy Township and rural enterprise development strategy (framework) Gazelles Skills, training and capacity building (LED, business development support, technology transfer, innovation and entrepreneurship) Private sector procurement opportunities (supplier development programme, revitalisation of mining towns) Long-term Priorities National survey (periodic/


1 Socio Economic Research on Fusion (SERF) under EFDA “Possible Portuguese contributions to the Fusion Socio-Economics Programme” Paulo Ferrão.

ITER construction decided, climate change problem widely recognized) ; Propose guidelines for the activities to be pursued within the EFDA Work programme during FP7. FEPB 8 EFDA Ad-Hoc Group on Socio-Economics - Paulo Ferrão (IST), Chairman - Alejandro Zurita /stimulated by the development of new knowledge, and this involves research on markets and on entrepreneurship. Commercial value of Fusion Energy; and this involves the development of energy models and energy scenarios, as those developed under the EFDA/


1 Developing Entrepreneurship Studies at VET Schools An Overview, 23.04.2009 Aili Kõiv Head of the Project Development and Implementation Unit.

of life comes from looking back.” Søren Kierkegaard 3 History 1993 – 1995 Estonian-Danish Business College Programme 1996 – 1999 Estonian Business Education Reform Programme (Phare) 2000 – 2006 Estonian Business Education Programme (EBEP) 2005 – 2008 Developing Entrepreneurship Studies (ESF) 4 Output Implemented 2-year Basic Business Administration programme (on secondary vocational education level at 7 vocational schools) 3 vocational schools have implemented 3.5-year Business/


Ivan FILUS, BIC Bratislava, spol. s r.o. PRO_NMS Workshop, Košice, 1.12.2006 Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) How to participate ?

(IEE) © BIC Bratislava 2005 FP Innovation Activities (1994-2006) Previously implemented through framework programmes for research, technological development and demonstration Thematic Priorities / Specific SME activities / Research and Innovation Activity / Development of research and innovation policies. Integration... EIP MAP Programme (2001-2006) Multiannual Programme for Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Euro Info Centres Network / Financial Instruments (Start-up Scheme of the European Technology Facility/


ComplexEIT WP 2 ESF – EMF – E-MRS report: Entrepreneurship Programmes in European Universities for Scientists and Engineers Patrick Bressler European Science.

Hans Landström, Lund University Patrick Bressler ESF Development BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Discover/Resources/Exploitation NEW VENTURES INTRAPRENEURSHIP Time Identify Discover Organize Exploitation MANAGEMENT Create resources ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS CYCLES Courtesy Marie Löwegren, Jonas /ec.europa.eu/research/era/consultation- era_en.html#greenpaper) Patrick Bressler ESF Finally, EC describes what the Framework Programme 7 is for: “FP 7 (2007 – 2013) is to implement ERA” “make Europe the knowledge-/


National Entrepreneurship Programme Parliamentary Secretariat for Small Business and the Self Employed Ministry for Competitiveness and Communications.

-operation between authorities, NGO’s, industrial Organisations and student bodies National Entrepreneurship Programme Entrepreneurship Education initiatives in Malta Primary Schools Primary Schools Secondary Schools Secondary Schools /development, inclusion and employment. Whereas each party recognises that entrepreneurship is one of the key competences that all individuals need for their personal fulfillment and development, inclusion and employment. INTRODUCING ENTREPRENERUSHIP AT MCAST Entrepreneurship/


PRESENTATION 3 CORPORATE PROFILE – PROGRAMMES, PRODUCTS & SERVICES OFFERING.

, PRODUCTS & SERVICES OFFERING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CLUSTER 1 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES 2 ProgrammeProductDescription Business Development Services (BDS) Entrepreneurship Development Programme To create a conducive environment for young entrepreneurs to access relevant entrepreneurship skills, knowledge, values and attitudes for their businesses. Services includes: awareness training – group of young people in communities are grouped and presented with entrepreneurship awareness (1 day) The structured/


Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group and The Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Essex Business School Capturing and Growing the Spirit of Enterprise.

Europe and other countries New Management Development Programmes Student Enterprise Activities and Venture Academy Centre for Entrepreneurship Research: PhD Programmes: PhD in Entrepreneurship PhD in Business Administration Weigao China Business Research Group China Entrepreneurship and Public Policy Entrepreneurship and Internationalisation of Businesses Innovation and Growth Entrepreneurship and Regional Economic Development Social Entrepreneurship Internationalisation and Globalisation Migration, Refugee/


TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULAR PROGRAMME CARRIED OUT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL: THE CASE OF MOZAMBIQUE A. Paço, A. Dinis, R. G. Rodrigues,

in General Secondary School (GSE) and Technical-Vocational Education (TVE) CONTEXTUALISATION OF THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM PROGRAMME (ECP) IN MOZAMBIQUE The ECP was implemented and monitored by UNIDO (project "Entrepreneurship development for the youth“) Aim - encouraging the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviours UNIDO assisted the Mozambican Government in developing an entrepreneurship curriculum, in formulating course contents, providing guides for teachers, textbooks and tools for/


TecMinho June 2007. What is entrepreneurship ? Entrepreneurship is not only starting a company: “Entrepreneurship is an attitude or.

the market Get to know potential investors Networking of spin-offs Bring together entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs and investors Entrepreneurship at UMinho Spin-off support Identification of ideas Training the entrepreneur Identification of needs Supporting the venture (company /off purpose: High-tech and/or knowledge-based products or services obtained as a result of research developed at the University. Spin-off Programme “Graduate spin-offs”: created by students or alumni of the UMinho who wish to keep a /


The SEE Transnational Programme 2007 – 2013 and the 1 st call for project proposals 16th May 2008 Bulgarian Info day – Sofia Ivan Curzolo – SEE Joint Technical.

% 41,338,3297,294,99948,633,32885% ERDFNat. Pub. Contr.Total% 228,576,645 IPA 2007 3,290,288 The programme budget P1. Facilitation of innovation and entrepreneurship P2. Protection and improvement of the environment P3. Improvement of the accessibility P4. Development of transnational synergies for sustainable growth areas Project generation: main elements Starting questions and answers What are our needs? = territorial analysis/


LEONARDO DA VINCI PROGRAMME PL/04/B/F/PP – 174 446 _________________________________________________________________________ European Curricula for Economic.

for employees of new and restructured companies 2nd Meeting - Bilbao, May 2005 5 LEONARDO DA VINCI PROGRAMME PL/04/B/F/PP – 174 446 _________________________________________________________________________ Animator of entrepreneurship - profile Expected skills of  Identification of trends and directions of social and economic development, conditions for the development of entrepreneurship, industrial sector and services  Negotiations with business partners  Analyses and application of market study tools/


Seminar on Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: Increasing Competitiveness, Enhancing Resilience Presentation by: Francesco Nucci Università di Roma “La.

education (see ILO, 2003) It is now widely recognized that the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and a more entrepreneurial culture in our societies should be pursued through the system and programmes of education (see ILO, 2003) Entrepreneurship in Education (II) Entrepreneurship education has the potential to foster entrepreneurship, both by promoting the right mindset among students and by providing them with the relevant technical skills/


Investing in Europe’s Future – Manifesto for Unlocking Human Potential European Action Group (EAG) for Entrepreneurship Education World Economic Forum.

entrepreneurship education programmes Amount of private funding for entrepreneurship education programmes Is entrepreneurship part of education policy/strategy at the national/regional level Is entrepreneurship education required at all level of education? Amount of government funding for entrepreneurship education programmes Amount of private funding for entrepreneurship education programmes/Christine Volkmann, Professor, Chair of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Schumpeter School of Business and /


ENTERPRENEURSHIP. Session objectives Define entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship Explain the entrepreneurship process Validate business ideas to ensure.

?  How do I get most from the people around me? CONCLUSION 1.All these theories provide a useful insight in understanding and explaining entrepreneurship 2.It is possible that they can complement each other in developing a rich entrepreneurial programme 3.Pre- starters can benefit a lot form psychological, social and economic schools of thought 4.Start ups and on going entrepreneurs can/


Diversity in Entrepreneurship C18TP Enterprise Concepts and Issues © Goodfellow Publishers 2016.

high growth potential (Pickernell et al., 2011). Strong link between entrepreneurship programmes and increased entrepreneurial intentions Exercise: What skills are you gaining from this entrepreneurship course? Enterprise Concepts and Issues © Goodfellow Publishers 2016 Graduate Entrepreneurs/?dpno=69 45 Carter, S. and Shaw, E. (2006). Womens Business Ownership: Recent Research and Policy Developments: Report to the Small Business Service, [pdf] Small Business Service. Available at: https://www.strath.ac.uk/


A Collaboration Model for SMME Development in South Africa Presented By Professor Jurie van Vuuren, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Partnership Capacity Building ComponentProject Support Component SMME Capacity Building Project Business Start-Up Training Programme Basic Entrepreneurship Training Programme Advanced Entrepreneurship Training Programme Mentorship Programme Financial Literacy Export Promotion SME Toolbox Co-operative development Supplier Development Customer relationship management Walk-in Support and call centre Online Information Support Marketing and Promotion Tshwane Business Club CAPACITY BUILDING COMPONENT SMME/


EE programmes: Ireland & The International Experience Session 4 Any questions ? 1. Irish approaches : 2. Vocational/ Further Education 3. University of.

(Hunt Report) which highlights the need for universities and all third level institutions to develop closer links and greater engagement with enterprise in Ireland and overseas. Provision of EE  Number of enterprise programmes and modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  Focus on green and digital technologies and social entrepreneurship.  Embedded into the curriculum.  (For overview of all activities see Moodle) Propeller Venture Accelerator/


SEE TCP SAGITTARIUS LAUNCHING (G)LOCAL LEVEL HERITAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: STRATEGIES AND TOOLS TO UNITE FORCES, SAFEGUARD THE PLACE, MOBILIZE CULTURAL VALUES,

reference to the community funding the SEE slogan the SEE programme logo Information and Publicity Requirements Citius, Altius, Fortius SEE TCP SAGITTARIUS LAUNCHING (G)LOCAL LEVEL HERITAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: STRATEGIES AND TOOLS TO UNITE FORCES, SAFEGUARD THE PLACE,/ value of territorial cooperation within SAGITTARIUS; to allow for follow-up projects and academic input; to develop sound internal communications; to benchmark Project achievements for an international audience to demonstrate the added value of/


1 Greece – OP Competitiveness & Entrepreneurship Pilot Indicators Exercise Managing Authority of Operational Programme "Competitiveness & Entrepreneurship"

Pilot Indicators Exercise Managing Authority of Operational Programme "Competitiveness & Entrepreneurship" Christos Drymousis UNIT A1 - "Programming & Evaluation of OP" March 2013 Hellenic Republic Ministry of Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructures, Transportation & Networks 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2 Choice for implementation of New Logical Framework: Energy Sector Priority Axis 4: Integration of the countrys energy system /


RAPID Programme Civil Society Organizations and Policy Entrepreneurship Julius Court & Enrique Mendizabal Overseas Development Institute, London.

Civil Society Organizations and Policy Entrepreneurship Julius Court & Enrique Mendizabal Overseas Development Institute, London RAPID Programme Overseas Development Institute Britains leading development Think Tank £8m, 60 researchers Research / Advice / Public Debate Rural / Humanitarian / Poverty & Aid / Economics (HIV, Human rights, Water) DFID, Parliament, WB, EC Civil Society For more information see: www.odi.org.uk RAPID Programme Research Advisory work Policy change projects Workshops and seminars/


R EGIONAL D EVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN I RELAND (M ICRO - ENTERPRISE SUPPORT PROGRAMMES ) Presentation by Derville Brennan, Research & Communications Officer.

advises Government Departments and agencies Common Framework for Evaluation of All Enterprise Support Programmes Categorises Enterprise Programmes by Theme On-going Evaluations: Stream 1:Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Supports Stream 2:Research, Development & Innovation Supports Stream 3:Business Development Supports F ORFÁS E VALUATIONS OF E NTERPRISE A GENCIES A very welcome development It provides a common basis for the evaluation of enterprise support interventions/


1 COUNTRY REPORT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA By RAIMI, LUKMAN. CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT, YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, LAGOS, NIGERIA.

institution in terms of out-turn of students fully prepared and equipped to be job-creators, the College innovated Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP). In a bid to geometrically multiply the population of entrepreneurs in the society and set a pace/ in terms of out-turn of students fully prepared and equipped to be job-creators, the College innovated Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP). EDP is administered by the College as a compulsory subject at distinct stages of academic studies and/


Enabling Entrepreneurship Technical Task Team Basic Education, Higher Education, FET and SMME workstreams HRDC Summit 4 March 2014 Dr Taddy Blecher.

informal sector strategy and other incentive schemes New BEE legislation greatly favours opportunities for small black business Two Centres of Entrepreneurship at FET Colleges have been launched There are some good things happening…(Cont) Incubation Support Programme SETAs’ strategy to offer small business development programmes dti red-tape reduction initiative DTI and DED collaboration initiatives (as well as SEFA and SEDA and so on/


MSc Programmes in Management 2012-2013 Academic year 1 Inspiring Futures.

Financial Modelling Business in Society September - December 5 Core Courses Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship 27 Managing the entrepreneur within, shaping the world outside MSc Programmes January Study Tour Management Skills and Competencies Planning a Professional Career Personal & Professional Developement February - April Specialisation 2 electives from the chosen track: Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management or Corporate Innovation and Intrapreneurship. 2 Free electives 1 Project elective/


Lisbon, July 13th, 2005 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Portugal 2004.

countries has grown from 10 in 1997 to 34 in 2004 -GEM Portugal performed in 2001 and 2004 -Analysis of entrepreneurship dynamics in Portugal GEM 2004 Portugal Portugal Team 1. Introduction to GEM -Funded by The Operational Programme of Employment, Training and Social Development (POEFDS) -Project provided by Nova Forum and Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) -2001 GEM Portugal also provided by/


New Indicators from the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme Measuring Entrepreneurship New Indicators from the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship.

New Indicators from the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme Measuring Entrepreneurship New Indicators from the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme II Workshop on Entrepreneurship Indicators university of Huelva Huelva, Spain - Nov. 17-18, 2008 Tim Davis OECD Statistics Directorate Overview  Why measure Entrepreneurship?  Why measure Entrepreneurship internationally?  What is the: “Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme “  Model, Definitions, Framework and Measures  First /


WATER BERRY School Entrepreneurship Programme Presented by: Alexander McLeod.

own business – Water Berry in 2010 Founder of Water Berry School Entrepreneurship Programme Programme founded in 2011 Founding Trustee of the School Entrepreneurship Trust Programme that has been designed and developed to expose learners at school to Entrepreneurship and Business Programme comprises of 5 core modules/subjects with a theory and practical element to each module Programme designed to show you how to start up and run your own/


@Poh Kam WONG University’s role in supporting innovation & entrepreneurship: Lessons from National University of Singapore (NUS) Professor Wong Poh Kam.

). Mentoring & nurturing Incubator &venture support Networking & outreach pro-actively develop spin- offs Monitor and benchmark through research on entrepreneurship Continuing Education - NEX Pipelines Integrated, Holistic Ecosystem Approach @Poh Kam WONG/postdoctoral fellows –Specialty programs will include Cancer Stem Cell Programme, Cancer Biology Programme, Genomic Oncology Programme and Experimental Therapeutics Programme NUS Clinical Research Collaboration with RIKEN, Japan –Collaboration between/


Rural Entrepreneurship for Development Mukesh Vats.

development projects were launched. Rural Industries Project was launched. Fourth five year plan: emphasis on quality and financial viability of rural industries. Provision of financial assistance to KVIC for various programmes. Contd…. Fifth five year plan: Agriculture was given less importance as compared to industries. Sixth five year plan: Programmes named IRDP and TRYSEM were launched to promote rural entrepreneurship. The programme/CENTERS FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT 8.DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONER /


The OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme Preliminary Indicators for Italy, Europe and Other OECD Urbino University, Italy April 22, 2008.

lacked Policy Context  Need information on firms and entrepreneurs  Basic business demography data incomparable  Resistance to new firm surveys OECD Programme  Engage countries; Get NSOs involved  Make entrepreneurship data “mainstream”  Common language, terminology, measures  Entrepreneurship Measurement Manual  Encourage common use of:  Core Definitions  Framework for understanding and developing  Indicators and data specifications  Formal partnership with Eurostat in 2007 Now an OECD-Eurostat/


Porto, October 18th, 2005 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Portugal 2004.

10 in 1997 to 34 in 2004 GEM 2004 Portugal Portugal Team 1. Introduction to GEM -GEM Portugal performed in 2001 and 2004 -Analysis of entrepreneurship dynamics in Portugal -Funded by The Operational Programme of Employment, Training and Social Development (POEFDS) -Project provided by Nova Forum and Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) GEM 2004 Portugal Objective of Study 1. Introduction to GEM/


SUPPORTING YOUTH IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN POLAND 21 September 2015 Warsaw, Poland David Halabisky Economist Local Economic and Employment Development Programme.

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Financial Support Services All Rights Reserved Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship © Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd. (008974-T), 2013 1– 12 Financial Support Services (cont.) All Rights Reserved Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship © Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd. (008974-T), 2013 1– 13 Financial Support Services Capacity and capability enhancement services  training and development programmes for SMEs  marketing assistance  technical assistance  research & development facilities  advisory, extension services and information


Economic Development Strategic Plan and Budget Presentation to the Select Committee on Economic Development 13 April 2010.

. Coordinate the implementation of measures to address the impact of the global economic context. Strengthen productivity, entrepreneurship and innovation 14 Economic Development and Dialogue sub-programmes National Social Dialogues and Strategic Frameworks Contributes to social dialogue on economic development issues and policy development and coordinates, monitors and ensures the development and implementation of action plans and framework agreements on the global economic downturn. Sector and Workplace/


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