Posted on 06. May 2014 by Lukáš Fúčela Are you thinking about surfing on the great start-up wave but you’re not sure if you would be able to survive in the high tide? Don’t be afraid to miss the comfort of having a steady job! The advice from experienced entrepreneurs at the Ronda Forum on Education … Continue reading 10 survival messages for (young) entrepreneurs
Posted on 30. April 2014 by Kati Temonen “I am studying the wrong subject”, “I don’t have any idea about how to run a business”, “It’s really not my cup of tea”, “I only want a secure job, even if it doesn’t match my education” – These are just some possible answers when young people are … Continue reading Turning meaningful into a business
Posted on 30. April 2014 by Maël Baseilhac When approached to gather our efforts in a joint reflection on the issues encompassed in the theme of the Forum, our group quickly came to the conclusion that bridging the gap between higher education and youth entrepreneurship revealed to present the broadest turf to address the core debate … Continue reading Ideas advocated at the Forum on Education and Entrepreneurship
Posted on 04. April 2014 by Estefanía Almenta A couple of weeks ago I went to a school to do a training session for bilingual teachers. I took advantage of the opportunity to visit a kindergarten class and I asked kids what they wanted to be when they grew up. “An astronaut – to explore the … Continue reading Entrepreneurs thanks to or despite our education?
07. March 2014 On Saturday March 1st, in Ronda, south of Spain, more than 150 participants took part in the Ronda Forum on Education and Entrepreneurship. The event was opened by a Europe@debate between Lieve Fransen, Director for Social Policies and Europe 2020 at the European Commission and young Europeans from FutureLab Europe. “Connecting entrepreneurship … Continue reading Young Europeans call for a holistic approach to facilitate entrepreneurship