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Getting out of the economic crisis caused by COVID-19 is the challenge that Europe must face in the immediate future, but perhaps a bigger challenge is to reverse the main negative trends that preceded the crisis, such as the increase in inequality, the lack of social responsibility among market players, and dependence on public budgets to address the consequences. In this context, the European Commission has taken charge the task of mapping the future of the continent with a strategy that aims to transform Europe into an intelligent, sustainable and inclusive economy, and that expresses itself in high levels of productivity, social cohesion and employment, with particular attention to young people. We aim to encourage entrepreneurship and unlock the growth potential of European young people, in particular the NEETs and economy.

Entrepreneurship courses to improve your skills

What do you have EnMind?

In recent decades it has been recognized that entrepreneurship has great potential in contributing not only to the job creation, but also in addressing wider social and economic needs, and in promoting more connected and inclusive societies. Entrepreneurship comes in many forms and different roles: it is a tool to develop talent and to stimulate innovation, bearer of good practice and promoter of social values, but in the current context also a solution for unemployment and a way to reactivate the NEET.

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Roy Ash: “An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.”

But why spending 3 years of your life and all your money to find out that entrepreneurship is not right for you, or that your business model was not right, or simply that no-one needs your product? beware, 9 out of 10 firms close down because of lack of cash within one year. So you may think this is a money problem? No, actually in most cases it is a market validation of your product and business model.

Giving up already? Not just yet. There are smarter ways to become a successful entrepreneur. One of them is to fail, but to fail fast. “Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.”

So, come to develop your entrepreneurship skills and learn how to test your own business ideas.

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Online Entrepreneurship course


Mandy Hale: “There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.”

Some people say that the purpose of business is to make money. Others feel that they want to give something back to society. What if you could do both? What if you could add value to you, to your suppliers, partners, customers or to the school in your neighborhood? Some may say that it is not possible. Well, it is possible, but you need a set of values, the right mindset and a strong business model.

Come and learn with us how 1+1=3. Wrong mathematics? Maybe, but good business. All you need to remember is to share the added 1 with your ecosystem.

“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago” – Warren Buffett. Plant your own tree, online.

EnMind events across Europe

Why do I join?

Erasmus+ events are good opportunities to gain new transferable skills and boost your employability. If you are wondering how to turn a business idea into a workable business model, come and meet our experts, online and offline. If you want to become an entrepreneur, you need to know if that is right for you. Come and find out!

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Who can join?

Anyone, really, from pupils to experienced managers. Why? Because the purpose of our events is to meet different people, potential customers and suppliers for example. From various interactions people can get new ideas, can verify market needs, can test business models or may find their next employee or business angel.

Our Erasmus events are carefully prepared to give you sufficient arguments to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. We deliver virtual virtual and classroom entrepreneurship courses and organize face to face seminars to share good practices and promote social entrepreneurship.

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12 modules on Social Entrepreneurship to spark your mind

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 1

Social entrepreneurship 

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 2

Sustainable Development Goals 

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 3

Impact of social entrepreneurship on society

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 4

Creating social enterprises

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 5

Business idea

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 6 SOAR

analysis for creating a value proposition

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 7

Business models

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 8

Social business models

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 9

Pitch your business

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 10

Funding opportunities

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 11

Measuring performance

Social Entrepreneurship

Module 12

Marketing strategies


  1. Clara

    As an example of social entrepreneurship, I found TOMS Shoes, which is a socially conscious, for-profit company that was founded in 2006 with the mission of providing shoes to people in need. Through the One for One model, the company donates a pair of new shoes to a person in need for every pair purchased. Very interesting!

  2. Mia

    Hi, I am passionate about eco tourism, particularly because I live into a touristic area.
    I looked up and found that Eco-tourism initiatives are a form of social entrepreneurship that focus on providing sustainable tourism opportunities to visitors while also benefiting the local environment. Eco-tourism initiatives typically involve educating tourists about the importance of preserving the natural environment and promoting sustainable practices, such as reducing water and energy use, using local materials, and supporting local businesses.
    A good way to help preserve the environment while also creating economic opportunities for local people.


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