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Entrepreneurship and Business Planning training for people, willing to start their own business has started under "Complex Support for Successful Business Start in Southwest Bulgaria" project.

The training is practical and applies individual approach to each participant. It focuses on supporting the development and assessment of entrepreneurial ideas, acquiring knowledge and skills needed for business management, and developing business ideas in viable plans for real business.

There will be held series of similar trainings in 10 municipal centers in Southwest Bulgaria, involving many people, and sharing the rich experience of qualified trainers and experts.

The first meeting of the National Steering Group in Bulgaria under the

"New Entrant netWork: Business models for Innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience in European agriculture" - NEWBIE Project

took place this month in Sofia. The Bulgarian National Steering Group consists of 8 very experienced representatives of researchers and educators who work for Agricultural Academy and University of National and World Economy, farmers associations chairpersons – National Association of Young Farmers (NAYF) and Bulgarian National Horticultural Union, who are new entrants, advisors from National Agricultural Advisory Service and BGRegioni, NGOs - Society for Territorial and Environmental Prosperity , NBDN (association of business incubators and centres).

The project New Entrant netWork: Business models for Innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience in European agriculture, acronym NEWBIE, in which Business Incubator - Gotse Delchev is a project partner, aims to address the significant challenge of enabling new entrants to successfully establish sustainable farm businesses in Europe.

The NEWBIE network will facilitate the development and dissemination of new business models, including new entry models, to the full range of new entrants - from successors to complete newcomers to the agricultural sector.

Снимка на Business Incubator - Gotse Delchev.BI-GD is partnering a new Erasmus+ project called FEMME - Fostering the Exchange of practices to Empower Mumpreneurship in Europe.

Mumpreneurship is a concept that incorporates Maternity and Entrepreneurship, meaning that involves women who, after becoming mothers decide to create their own business. In Europe that movement is mostly being developed by informal groups of women who feel the need to join into communities with peers to exchange ideias, share knowledge and expand their business.

The partners in the project met in Portugal to explore the pathways to support the entrepreneurship for mothers in Europe.

Read more about the project FEMME here.

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