basic tools for young people to understand concepts and ideas of entrepreneurship
a multiplayer turn-based entrepreneurship simulation game focused on the key skills required by an entrepreneur
„I SEE YOU” (Initiative to foster Social Entrepreneurship Experience for Youth) is a great opportunity for young people from Europe interested in taking the entrepreneurship path in their professional life.
I SEE YOU team is pleased to invite you to the project’s final conference.
The Strategy Paper analyses the situation of migrant entrepreneurs in Europe.
magdas HOTEL is situated in Vienna and accommodates both leisure and business…
"I SEE YOU Project: Participants from 7 European countries get the taste of Social Entrepreneurship - enabling them to start cooking their very own 'Social Business Menu' thanks to a special network - just great!"
“I was really excited about the e-learning platform from the start. I believe it gives all of its members a great opportunity to create a business plan and at the same time help others. I also like the self-educational path that the platform is heading. The materials used are very useful, not only for the entrepreneurial part, but also for my personal growth which I think it’s amazing.”
“Apart from participating with international course-mates from different countries in Europe, within an intercultural background, we are carrying out six modules which give us a good approach to Social Entrepreneurship.”
"I can proudly say I was able to learn many new things and further improve my skills by learning, reading and playing the business games.”
“I SEE YOU allows the participants to develop skills by solving tasks like: teamwork, brainstorming, sharing the experience, taking the initiative, or running a project. It connects young people from all around Europe, with similar background and interests to help them to develop professionally in order to bring added value to the society in their area of interest.”
I believe that the essence of I SEE YOU training is best summarized by Peter Farquharson’s quote: „The relationship of trust depends on our willingness to look not only our interests, but also the interests of others”.