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Irish Case Study: Catia’s Entrepreneurial journey-“Turning passion and creativity into a business”.

Description of business Recently opened in Roscommon town, West of Ireland, Rummage loves to share with you their passion for the past. They sell antique, vintage and retro furniture, household and whatever else they can find! Rummage also offers a furniture upcycling service with the aim of saving that piece which may otherwise be heading

2021-02-08T09:01:29+00:00Latest News|

Marketing does not always have to cost a lot of money

You have founded a company or are currently writing your business plan and are thinking about how your company should actually do its advertising? After all, you are just starting out and don't have endless money, especially for marketing expenses. However, marketing is important to attract new customers and increase your sales. In the following

2021-01-13T12:31:32+00:00Latest News|

Marketing muss nicht immer viel Geld kosten

Du hast eine Firma gegründet oder schreibst gerade an deinem Businessplan und machst dir Gedanken, wie deine Firma eigentlich Werbung machen soll? Schließlich fängst du ja gerade erst an und hast nicht endlos viel Geld, vor allem nicht für Marketingausgaben. Jedoch ist das Marketing wichtig um neue Kunden zu gewinnen und so deinen Absatz stets

2021-01-13T12:30:28+00:00Latest News|

Video: Starting afresh: How entrepreneurship empowers refugees

Entrepreneurship empowers refugees. It gives them the opportunity to take control over their lives and start afresh. Zimbabwean refugee Faith Gakanje and Syrian refugee Razan Alsous share their experience of resettling in the UK and their path towards entrepreneurship. To find about their journey, follow the link below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDMABaAO-bE

2021-01-12T13:23:44+00:00Latest News|

Top Tips: 5 Steps to Build a Business for Migrant Entrepreneurs

The first thing every entrepreneur needs to understand is that there is a great difference between trying to open a business in your own country and being a migrant entrepreneur.   According to statistics, a very large number of entrepreneurs are actually migrants. This is why in this article, we are going to mainly focus

2021-01-12T13:20:07+00:00Latest News|

Irish Case Study: “Living in Direct Provision but Olga makes her dreams come true by setting up her own business”

OLGA VOYTENKO, an asylum seeker living in a Cork Direct Provision centre, has set up her own sewing and alteration business in the heart of Cork city. Olga is originally from Russia and has been living in the Kinsale Road Direct Provision centre for the past three years with her daughter. Her grandmother and two

2021-01-12T13:07:32+00:00Latest News|

VIFRE-A free online business incubator offering entrepreneurship education specifically for refugees in Europe.

The VIFRE platform is an online business incubator that was originally developed to offer entrepreneurship education specifically for refugees in Europe. Erasmus+ funds this project and aims at developing a digital incubator for those who have intentions to develop their business in hosting countries. Both academic institutions and NGOs in France, Germany, and Ireland are

2021-01-12T13:00:48+00:00Latest News|

Supporting Entrepreneurs from Marginalised Communities in Ireland to Create A New Future

Saraim is a voluntary organisation supporting startups and entrepreneurs from marginalised communities such as refugees.   The  website provides a comprehensive resource of information and tools to help refugees to: -Learn from other startups from marginalised communities around the world through case studies on their success. -Understand sources of funding available to  entrepreneurs from marginalised

2021-01-12T12:57:33+00:00Latest News|
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