JA-YE certificate aims to provide entrepreneurs with training, real world experience for jobs and growth

New Europe talks to the people behind the Entrepreneurial Skills Pass

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 ski...

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