Discover the future and potential of migrant entrepreneurship with EMEN's final event!
The EMEN – European Migrants Entrepreneurship Network project is coming to its conclusion, and we are happy to share with you an invitation to their last online event taking place on September 24th as part of the web-conference titled “Growing Europe. Boosting migrant entrepreneurship networks”!
Together with AEIDL, DIESIS, Social Impact, Thuas-Fine, UNITEE, Eurochambres, ETUC, REVES, CECOP-CICOPA, EURADA and KMOP, ALDA is a proud partner of the project, which aims to share approaches and lessons learnt on migrant entrepreneurship across and between public administrations; business development and financial organisations; social enterprises; non-profit organisations; educational institutions; and other public and private organisations in support of migrant entrepreneurship at all institutional levels.
More specificially, EMEN wants to share and support the best practices not only for individual migrant entrepreneurs, but also for social and inclusive enterprises benefiting migrants, so as to develop and promote good schemes that could lead to a more inclusive society in the long term.
It is with this in mind that, to mark the conclusion of the project, the EMEN consortium has organized a series of online events together with M-UP and Magnet, which have been taking place during 4 Thursdays of September with a focus on the current and future challenges of migrant entrepreneurship. In the first three events these past few weeks, a number of topics were tackled ranging from the importance of the very existence of migrant entrepreneurs to the development of this phenomena and its trends, passing by insightful discussions on the needs and support of migrant entrepreneurs so as to make being one as inclusive as possible.
We now invite you to take part in the last day of the series, on September 24th, dedicated to the “Future and potential of migrant entrepreneurship”. Visit the EMEN website and choose between three webinars, all held by distinguished experts in the field:
- Collaboration in the era of recession, Coronavirus and instability
- Narratives on migrant entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship – a valid way to labour market integration for female migrants?
We wish EMEN and all partners a great conclusion of the project!
Read more about the project on the ALDA website.