Incyde Foundation, as a member of Young SMEs Project, Interreg IVC.
Has been selected to participate in the seminar “Entrepreneurial Education – The path of success” to be held in Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores, from 6 to 9 june 2013.
Direção Regional da Juventude
Rua de São Gonçalo, 92
9500 – 110 Ponta Delgada
Malta, 6th – 8th November 2012
The main objective is to jointly develop local and regional development strategy recommendations and instruments to support SMEs during their early years of operations with particular emphasis on SMEs in years 3-5 of their operations.
Identifying the strengths and weaknesses of one’s business in order to ensure better strategic planning is becoming even more crucial for any business to ensure its survival and long-term sustainability in today’s highly-competitive environment.
The Falkirk Young SME Seminar takes place over 2 days on the 19th and 20th September 2012 in the Boardroom of the Falkirk Football Stadium
The Group explore how public agencies work to develop and deliver business support programmes to help businesses aged 3-5 years develop and become sustainable. The working group examines examples of best practice from across Europe and through presentations and group discussion looks at how the experiences can be practically transferred to benefit other partner regions.
The second YSMEs thematic seminar was
hosted in Oldham and Manchester on the 18-
20th July 2013.
The theme of this working Group is SME Co-operation. It explores how public agencies and private sector businesses work together to develop and deliver business support programmes to help businesses aged 3-5 years survive beyond their formative stages into strong and healthy businesses. The working group examines examples of best practice from across Europe and through presentations and group discussion looks at how the experiences can be practically transferred to benefit other partner regions.
The inaugural YSMEs thematic seminar was hosted in Waterford City, June 13th & 14th.
More than 99% of all European businesses are SMEs, providing 2 of every 3 private sector jobs and contributing more than half of the total value-added created by businesses across the EU. Although there are many supports to SMEs, these supports start to dissipate after 3 years and leave SMEs exposedand more likely to failin the long run. The YSMEs Projectis seeking to address this deficit.