DanubeChance2.0 Embracing failure to facilitate second-chance entrepreneurship in the Danube region

DanubeChance2.0 will deliver innovative policy designs, give formerly bankrupt entrepreneurs a second chance in the Danube region.

DanubeChance2.0 aims to facilitate improved policy learning between policymakers and government agencies; research institutes and universities; financially distressed enterprises currently involved in insolvency procedures, or entrepreneurs who have already gone bankrupt but ready for a fresh re-start; business accelerators; and the public.

Specific objectives of the project:

The project will provide a path for more legitimate entrepreneurs whose first businesses have failed to re-enter the market through delivering 130 hours of "blended" learning experiences at the ”’Trial and Error‘ Re-Design Transnational Academy”, and the launch of the first "Business Re-Structuring Initiative", which will provide business acceleration support for approximately 60 legitimate entrepreneurs whose first projects failed.

 

Embracing failure to facilitate second-chance entrepreneurship in the Danube region
Start date
01-07-2018
End date
30-06-2021
Budget in Euro
Overall: 1822550
ERDF Contribution: 1241425
IPA Contribution: 176587,5
ENI Contribution: 131155
Call number
Call 2
Priority
Innovative and socially responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Increase competences for business and social innovation

Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
IFKA Public Benefit Nonprofit Ltd. for the Development of the Industry Lead partner danubechance@ifka.hu HUNGARY
Steinbeis 2i GmbH ERDF partner chiran@steinbeis-europa.de GERMANY
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca ERDF partner mdragom@gmail.com ROMANIA
Centre for Social Innovation ERDF partner weiss@zsi.at AUSTRIA
Union of Slovak Clusters ERDF partner info@uksk.sk SLOVAKIA
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Project News

  • DanubeChance2.0 - Eventful time
    - 27-03-2020
    Eventful time

    What did we do at the beginning of 2020 The partnership organized some trainings to the entrepreneurs The partners held some local meetings  to meet with our experts and stakeholders We organized the first Policy Learning Dialogue...

  • DanubeChance2.0 - PTP organized the Module 1: Why start over ? on February 13th 2020.
    - 28-02-2020
    PTP organized the Module 1: Why start over ? on February 13th 2020.

    PTP organized the Module 1: Why start over ? Overcoming fears and heading towards success, on February 13th 2020, with 11 participants. Transform your fear into business / professional success, lecturer: Jose Antonio Morales It is...

  • DanubeChance2.0 - RARS organized its first workshop within blended educational program
    - 27-02-2020
    RARS organized its first workshop within blended educational program

    Development Agency of the Republic of Srpska (RARS) organized its first workshop within blended educational program: Module 1: Why start over? Overcoming fears and heading towards success RARS organized the first module on 21st of...

  • DanubeChance2.0 - IFKA deliverd the 1st module of the Blended Learning Experience Programme.
    - 26-02-2020
    IFKA deliverd the 1st module of the Blended Learning Experience Programme.

    On 7th and 8th November we launched our Blended Learning Experience Programme. IFKA’s group delivered the very 1st module for re-starter entrepreneurs in Budapest. The module’s topic was: „Why start over? - Overcoming fears and heading...

  • DanubeChance2.0 - Entrepreneurs’ peer-to-peer blended learning experience
    - 19-02-2020
    Entrepreneurs’ peer-to-peer blended learning experience

    „DanubeChance2.0 project has released a promo video to raise awareness of entrepreneurs about the importance of being crisis resilient and overcoming fears of starting a new business in case you have already failed once. The animation video...

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