PROJECT SUMMARY

Entrepreneurship can be defined by the individual’s ability to turn ideas into practice. It includes creativity, innovation, risk, and ability to plan and manage projects in order to achieve objectives.

Only 37% of EU citizens want to have their own business (be self-employed), compared to 51% as recorded in China and the US. To stimulate entrepreneurship in the EU the Small Business Act was issued. The project proposes activities and actions supporting the Small Business Act objectives.

For the project a private partnership was established of four organisations that activate in the field of human resources development. By combining their experience, the 4 partners will track the creation of an educational program for those who wish to develop entrepreneurial skills.

The program is designed for people who want to set up and develop their own business. Recipients of services developed in the project are the direct and indirect beneficiaries. The direct beneficiaries will participate in activities supported by experts of the 4 partner organisations. Indirect beneficiaries will be able to follow the educational program through an e-learning platform. We propose a total of 100 direct participants and 300 indirect participants during the project.

PROJECT'S OBJECTIVES

The GENERAL AIM of the project is offering learning and training opportunities through an integrated entrepreneurial training program. This aim will be reached according to the following SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

O1: Developing entrepreneurial competences for 100 adults from Europe;

O2: Acquiring competences in the field of entrepreneurial education for 32 adult trainers;

O3. Growing the organisational capacity for transnational collaborations for dissemination of the results, and the methods used within the project

PROJECT'S ACTIVITIES

A.1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT is a transversal activity assumed by ASN and involves planning, coordinating, evaluation and reporting the specific activities and adopting the necessary corrections, where there is the case, from the initial planning. It lasts on the whole project duration and involves a management team formed of: project manager and financial manager.

A1.1. Technical management involves forming the team, holding online working meetings periodically, organising transnational meetings between partners, agreeing upon the working methodology within the partnership.

A1.2. Financial management involves a permanent update of the budget, verifying the eligibility of the expenses, making the acquisitions, making the cash flow.

A1.3. Monitoring– to monitor the implementation of the activities on time and budget, monitoring the indictors and the aimed objectives, making the project plan, technical implementation reports, filling in worksheets in order to monitor the project activities.

A.2.PROMOTING AND DISSEMINATION

A2.1. Organizing conferences– there will be organized 2 press conferences, 1 at the beginning of the project and 1 at the end of the project.

A.2.2. Organizing disseminating events. In the last 3 months of implementation, there will be held 4 dissemination events, where it will be presented the project, its course over the 2 years, achieved results, reached indicators. Every partner will organize a dissemination event in his country, where there are going to be invited: entrepreneurs, NGOs representatives, local authorities, etc.

A.2.3. Writing, producing and dissemination of the promotion materials. Every partner will be responsible of making the content of one promotion material (brochure, flyer, poster). Every partner will commonly establish the frame of the visibility elements for each of these materials, during the online meetings. The promoting will be done through conferences as well as online on the project site, on the facebook pages of all partners.

A.2.4. Making the entrepreneurial kit. The entrepreneurial kit will be developed by the experts involved in the project (trainers) and it will be an important way of promoting the project’s results in every country, and it will be published on the project site, and it can be downloaded. Also, the kit will be disseminated at the dissemination events.( A.2.2), held in every country.

A.3.ENTREPRENEURIAL MOBILITIES

A.3.1. Development of training materials for entrepreneurial courses. The materials for the entrepreneurial training courses will be developed during the 4 transnational courses together with an integrated program for entrepreneurship. This program will be adopted and introduced in the activities and the objectives of the partner countries.

The 4 transnational workshops will have the next topics:

  • Organisational Management
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship in European context

A.3.2. Entrepreneurial training activities . After every of the 4 workshops, the participants will make, within their organisations which they have represented in the workshops, courses with 25 persons that wish to improve their entrepreneurial competences, in setting up their own business in the future.

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ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT

Objectives: knowing the principles and the methods of organisational management, identifying and shaping an organisational culture, a strategic development of an organisation, tools for organisational management, team management.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Objectives: understand the importance of financial management processes as a major responsibility for each future entrepreneur. The training program will offer t0 the members of the target group a solid basis regarding the way a budget is calculated, the financial analyses are realised, as well as the way the information from the financial tools are used and interpreted.

MARKETING

Learning outcomes: Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and society; Ability to develop marketing strategies based on product, price, place and promotion objectives; Ability to collect, process, and analyse consumer data to make informed marketing decisions; Ability to create an integrated marketing communications plan which includes promotional strategies and measures of effectiveness.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EUROPEAN CONTEXT

Learning outcomes: European context regarding entrepreneurship; concept of small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s); SME development

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