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:
Start with Why you want to be an Entrepreneur? Always remember Why do you want to be an entrepreneur ?! Motivation is key ! Below some great tips and tricks of great Entrepreneurs.
The “YOUNG MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS” (YME) Multiplier Event will take place on January 21st, 2021. In the upcoming weeks we will communicate our YME Programme. We have some amazing speakers and great tools to show you. The On Line Meeting will be a on Zoom Webinar. The YME project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Failure is not something you will consider when starting a new business. But research suggests, that he failure rate for new startups within five years of their business is near to 50 percent. Most of the entrepreneurs follow all the golden rules of becoming successful. Nevertheless, there are a lot of reasons and causes behind … Continue reading F.A.I.L.
Lanciano, Italy. The project Young Migrant Entrepreneurs had a transnational project meeting in Italy, last week. The possibilities for creating value and delivering it to young entrepreneurs are endless – as long as you can identify problems that s/he faces, and have unique ideas on how to address them. Entrepreneurship opportunities are present everywhere you look … Continue reading Learning Guide YME
The last months of 2019 are very important for the project Young Migrant Entrepreneurs (YME). That’s why Werkcenter Scotland organised a few special meetings in Istanbul with the Bogazici University to discuss the concept national YME Reports and how to progress with the YME project. Some information can already be found on the website http://www.ymeproject.com. … Continue reading YME Special Meetings Istanbul
The YME project is a EU-partnership with 5 countries (Turkey, Romania, Italy, Netherlands and United Kingdom). It's focused on young entrepreneurs. The project partners were assembled on the basis of their expertise in developing entre / intrapreneurial and intercultural skills, in relation to entrepreneurship capacity building youth work and coaching, their expertise in designing and … Continue reading Young Migrant Entrepreneurs