Young women represent a large pool of entrepreneurial potential in the Danube Region (DR) as 52% of its population is female and 30% of them are self-employed.
However, only 10% of young women in the DR are at early stage of business development and only 2% of them establish a business which lasts more than 42 months. The entrepreneurial potential of young women in the DR is underdeveloped.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS comes as a response to certain specific needs of young women entrepreneurs (YWE) in the DR through project transnational activities focused on:
- comprehensive mapping, evaluation and comparison of needs and barriers which young women face,
- available policy measures in the Danube Region for young women entrepreneurship support,
- policy improvement to be aligned to their needs through a developed Policy Agenda,
- development of innovative solutions and training models for improvement of the entrepreneurial culture, skills and competencies among them
- pilot testing of the new training models,
- establishment of 4 Women Entrepreneurship Centers (EWCs) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania.
The consortium of 14 project partners from 9 Danube Region countries brings together national and regional, public and private organizations and universities, whose specific thematic background guarantees a solid knowledge and necessary expertise by coming forward with appropriate innovative solutions. It will upgrade existing cooperation mechanisms between the target groups based on quadruple helix model.
Project outputs and results are to benefit the wider community within the DR and will have a strong social impact.
All knowledge accumulated in the project will be transferred to other countries from the DR through numerous project events, project dissemination channels and tools and European networks in which project partners participate.
- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 2021050
- ERDF Contribution: 1437392,5
- IPA Contribution: 144500
- ENI Contribution: 136000
- Call number
- Call 2
- Innovative and socially responsible Danube region
- Specific objective
- Increase competences for business and social innovation
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|Varna Free University “Chernorizets Hrabar”||ERDF email@example.com||BULGARIA|
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