Workshop and Conference in Warsaw in the framework of Programme Young Entrepreneurs Succeed!
- The partners of the TPM-RYE project got together, shared highlights and challenges and found solutions through best practice sharing.
- Youth Business International (YBI) run a session on mentoring, soft skills and entrepreneurship training to display the value of experiential learning.
The partners of the project “Scaling Trust-based Partnership Models to Recharge Youth Entrepreneurship: Supporting Underserved Communities with Innovative Entrepreneurship Support Instruments (TPM-RYE)” met last November in Warsaw for the EEA’s Young Entrepreneurs Succeed (YES!) programme workshop and conference.
The workshop took place on Thursday 28 in the Centrum Konferencyjne Zielna. It was an opportunity for partners to get together, share highlights and challenges and find solutions through best practice sharing.
On Friday 29, Youth Business Poland ran a conference to present the project to its current and potential stakeholders showcasing how individuals and organisations can get involved to support more young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEETS) into the world of work and entrepreneurship. The conference was attended by some eminent people of Warsaw like Grzegorz Wolff, Deputy Director Labor Office of the Capital City of Warsaw, or Tomasz Szczęsny, Founder of four innovative companies and Blue Ocean Strategy Trainer.
Youth Business International (YBI) run a session on mentoring, soft skills and entrepreneurship training. One of the most popular activities was the magic carpet, run by Guillem Aris from Autoocupació, which aim was to display the value of experiential learning rather than standard lecturing and listening activities.
The sessions were followed by lunch and networking, where many new connections were made.
ABOUT THE EEA AND NORWAY GRANTS
The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reduce economic and social disparities and to strengthen bilateral relations with 15 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics.
For the period 2014-2021, the total contribution is €2.8 billion (EEA Grants €1.5 billion and Norway Grants €1.3 billion).
Under the EEA Agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are part of the European internal market. The EEA Agreement sets out the common goal of working together to reduce social and economic disparities.
The Scaling trust-based partnership models to recharge youth entrepreneurship: Supporting underserved communities with innovative entrepreneurship support instruments (TPM-RYE) project, benefits from €2,3M grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The aim of the programme is to activate unemployed youth to access the labour market and promote entrepreneurship.