With jobs and growth being the focus of the EU for the next five years, boosting European entrepreneurs has become increasingly important.
However, in a borderless Europe, young people entering into business will need a skills and training course that will be recognised wherever they go. It’s said the easy part is getting an idea, the hard part is making it real.
A new initiative has been launched in Brussels by JA-YE Europe (Junior Achievement - Young Enterprise Europe) to provide the s...
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