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Wijkbedrijf Selwerd: Local community centre for entrepreneurship in Groningen

At ‘Wijkbedrijf Selwerd’ (which stands for neighbourhood company of Selwerd, a city part of Groningen), local citizens work together and give each other a platform to start a company. The community centre is run by local residents, and offers a restaurant, a garden full of vegetables, fruits and flowers, chickens, a second hand shop, a

2020-09-28T09:02:10+00:00Uncategorized|

Wijkbedrijf Selwerd: Buurthuis voor ondernemerschap in Groningen

Bij Wijkbedrijf Selwerd werken burgers uit het stadsdeel Selwerd in Groningen samen, en bieden elkaar het platform om een bedrijf te starten. Het buurtcentrum wordt gerund door buurtbewoners en heeft een restaurant, een tuin vol groente, fruit en bloemen, kippen, een tweedehandswinkel, een lunchroom en terras, een dagopvang, een bedrijf dat bankjes van gercycled hout

2020-09-28T08:59:48+00:00Uncategorized|

Augen auf beim Gründen: das sind typisch rechtliche Fehler, die du kennen solltest, wenn Du in Deutschland ein Unternehmen gründest

Bei der Gründung eines Start-Ups gibt es so einige Hürden zu überwinden. Dabei führen nicht zuletzt unzureichende Kenntnisse und die fehlende Erfahrung der GründerInnen über kurz oder lang zu einem nachhaltigen Problem oder einem kurzfristigen Scheitern. Beides gilt es bestenfalls zu verhindern! Um dir gleich zu Anfang horrende Anwaltskosten zu sparen, folgend nun typisch rechtliche

2020-09-18T10:34:03+00:00Uncategorized|

5 Tipps für den richtigen Pitch vor Investoren

Viele träumen davon ein Start Up zu gründen, vor Investoren zu pitchen und sich ein Investment zu sichern. Doch worauf kommt es überhaupt an, worauf musst du achten und wie schaffst du es zu überzeugen? Immerhin hast du nur eine begrenzte Zeit den Investoren schmackhaft zu machen, warum sie gerade in dein Unternehmen investieren sollten.

2020-09-18T10:28:56+00:00Uncategorized|

A glance at Dutch female entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship, where are the female migrants? Well, they are out there. In some places you have to find them with a looking-glass, and some places, they seem to run half the businesses of the city. Female migrants have tons of ideas for starting their business, all the motivation and eagerness, but why don’t we see

2020-07-10T14:46:58+00:00Uncategorized|

GATO & Co-Examples of successful female entrepreneurs!

Charlotte Dauzat and Kim Lamza, the founders of GATO & Co - a London-based, start-up and healthier pud brand, handmade in the UK with whole, 100% natural ingredients, boosted by superfoods and free from gluten, dairy, refined sugar and flour. These two women found the courage to bring their vegan friendly, gluten free indulgent desserts

2020-07-06T10:38:08+00:00Latest News, Uncategorized|

Why aren’t there more migrant women in business?

Ethnic minority businesses are estimated to contribute £25-£32 billion to the UK economy per year, and women-led enterprises contribute around £70 billion, but sadly they are still very much under represented. The paper Barriers to Ethnic Minority and Women’s Enterprise, published by the Enterprise Research Centre, reviews the research evidence on enterprise diversity. The research

2020-07-02T15:38:08+00:00Latest News|

Project Progress…IO1 A Good Practice Compendium

The EMINENT project is now well underway and the European Partners have been working hard to carry out research and engage with local stakeholders in each of their respective countries, to help us create our Intellectual Output 1, A Good Practice Compendium.  The purpose of the Compendium is to establish: Best practice from community organisations,

2020-07-01T09:01:49+00:00Latest News|

Female Migrants- ‘under-exploited source of economic growth’

The European Commission identifies the potential of female visionaries as an ‘under-exploited source of economic growth’ and has launched the Europe 2020 strategy to tackle this. Many of these women have built rewarding businesses, which allow them to sustain a good living and support their families. However, some female migrant entrepreneurs have gone further to

2020-07-01T09:01:49+00:00Latest News|
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