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"Work for something because it is good, not just because it stands a chance to succeed."

Vaclav Havel

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ENTER Project has finished

ENTER Project has finished on 31/Dec/2009. The Project results are presented in this website. If you are interested in more information about the project and exploitation of results please contact the partner institution in your country – in Contacts

Among the main  results of the project can be mentioned: more than 80 trainees attended the ENTER courses in the four participant countries;  34 business  plans were accepted for being further mentored; 7 new companies were legally registered and initiated activity and about twice this number  are the companies in very advanced stages to start-up.

Also, if you are interested to become an entrepreneur, please contact the partner institution in your country and you may be directed to new entrepreneurship support programmes, projects, organizations / bodies.

ENTER Business Model for Exploitation of Results

ENTER - ENTrepreneurship Enhancement and Reinforcement
Basis and Background

In order to be competitive in global economy, Europe needs to enhance and reinforce entrepreneurial spirit more effectively.

A friendly environment for starting and developing businesses is central to embarking on creative and innovative leadership.

New Small and Medium services based Enterprises play a major role in this leadership strategy.

Aims and Objectives

The basic aim of ENTER project is to provide an innovative training model that encourages people who hold a business idea to adopt an entrepreneurship attitude in every day life by strengthening their entrepreneurial skills.

This aim will be reached by the definition and implementation of a common model of training and mentoring - blended-learning training/mentoring course - that will integrate Training Centers, Science and Technology parks, Enterprises Associations and others, in a transnational and intercultural context.

Additonally to training and mentoring, incubation in the project partners facilities (Science & Technology Parks) of the best business plans resulting from the training course will be provided.
Intitutions and Participants

Enter is a transnational european project, developed by partners from France, Greece, Romania and Portugal,  targeted to anyone from these countries who holds a business idea - mainly vocational trainees with ISCED levels III and IV background.

Enter is supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci of the European Union.
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.                                                                                                                                                                           © ENTER - Entrepreneurship Enhancement and Reinforcement 2008 - developed by Maiainova spacer.png, 0 kB
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