Meeting people in person or through Social Media are great ways to Network. Our YME Partner Dutch Foundation of Innovation Welfare 2 Work already has published a list of tips and tricks. Here is the Werkcenter list with more tips and tricks, with help from the Kangan Institute.
Ten Tips and Tricks How to become a Young Entrepreneur?
The partnership Social Media Savvy - Part 2 has kicked off a couple of months ago. Werkcenter Scotland is responsible for the SMS platform development. The SMS Platform is a tailor made platform for young people and their youth workers, trainers and coaches, totally focused on branding yourself profesionally for the jobsmarket or self-employment.
There are different types of failure that may occurs during your roadmap from dream to business, some of them are listed below. This is Part 3) of our F.A.I.L. (First Attempt in Learning) series. Click for F.A.I.L Part 2 here and / or F.A.I.L. Part 1. For More F.A.I.L
The programme Journey to Work already has started his recruiting on her social media accounts on Instagram and Twitter. Don't forget: If you want to join our 6 week (digital) work placement / apprenticeship programme, sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We already have filled a couple of places, so hurry and don't miss out
In the Guide for Young Migrant Entrepreneurs a lot of tips and tricks are given. In the video below we explain what each young entrepreneur can expect from the Guide. One of the topics we discuss in the Guide is 'Writing a business plan'... That can seem daunting if you've never done it before. However, it's something you can't afford to put off or ignore. Having a sound business plan is crucial to the survival and development of your business.
Werkenter Scotland has started with setting up the frame work of the Social Media Country Reports and the SMS platform. The partnership SMS2 has had already 3 zoom meetings and are making some progress on the country templates around socila media. Further the work on the SMS platform and social media passport have started.
How to formally start your own business?; Where do you start? And what rules, laws and regulations you have to take into account? It’s the question that many starting entrepreneurs ask themselves. With this step-by-step plan we will make you legally and officially ready for the start of your company in the below mentioned countries … Continue reading 10 Steps to ‘Start your own Business’ in the UK
You should see failure as an opportunity to learn and grow in your business: F.A.I.L.: First Attempt in Learning. Did you already read F.A.I.L Part 1? The biggest failure or mistake in business is failing to learn from your entrepreneurship failures. The best entrepreneurs are not defined by failures, but rather by how they deal with them. Navigating difficult situations, both externally and internally, is crucial to being a successful entrepreneur. Our Top 10 of F.A.I.L., part 2:
"A 29th state is currently emerging within the borders of the European Union. It is the state where people without jobs live. A state in which young people became unemployed; a state in which we see people excluded, set back and left by the wayside. I would like this 29th Member State to become a … Continue reading Social Media Savvy 2