A Recap of the first ENTREPRENEDU General Assembly Meeting in Rimini

In an era driven by innovation and entrepreneurship, collaborative initiatives play a crucial role in shaping the future of education. One such groundbreaking project is ENTREPRENEDU, a visionary endeavor aimed at fostering entrepreneurial skills among young European professionals.

1st General Assembly Meeting

The recent General Assembly Meeting of the ENTREPRENEDU project was held on the 14th of June in Rimini (Italy), and served as a milestone event, gathering all partners to reflect on progress, share insights, and chart a course towards a brighter future. The primary objective of the meeting was to assess the project’s impact, exchange best practices, and devise strategies to enhance its reach and effectiveness.

Sharing success stories and reflecting milestones

During the meeting, representatives from participating institutions took turns sharing success stories and highlighting lessons learned throughout the project’s implementation. Moreover, all partners acknowledged milestones achieved since the project’s kick-off in January. From the launch of the website to the organisation of the first ever #HackTheBusiness event, ENTREPRENEDU project is slowly, but surely becoming a catalyst for cultivating a new generation of innovative thinkers.

Vision for the Future

As the General Assembly Meeting drew to a close, participants collectively envisioned the future trajectory of the ENTREPRENEDU project. As ENTREPRENEDU continues to empower students, ignite their entrepreneurial spirit, and equip them with the skills to thrive, its significance in shaping the global entrepreneurial landscape remains unparalleled. All partners expressed their commitment to fostering an entrepreneurial ecosystem that nurtures young talent and enhances European education.

Fun? Of course!

Yes, ENTREPRENEDU team worked hard for the past six months, but at the end, we really believe in creating a better future, while having fun – take a look at our social media carousel!

Till next time! 🙂