29.03.2022, Amsterdam

FIAP presents at the Enter to Transform conference in Amsterdam

Enter to Transform’, a project under the EU’s Interreg North-West Europe programme, is developing local centres for newcomer entrepreneurs in four countries in a transnational programme: Ireland, Germany, France and the Netherlands. The centres will provide training and expertise and connect budding entrepreneurs with existing support programmes. The project aims to explore how to better collaborate and form an alliance across countries.

The Enter to Transform conference ‘Towards a hub for newcomer-entrepreneurship: building an alliance to increase impact’ in Amsterdam will explore the questions: How can ‘newcomer-entrepreneurship’ give us the opportunity to rethink the values and assumptions of our own economic approach? What form does entrepreneurship need to take to ensure a collaborative, sustainable and inclusive future? What does our shared vision look like, and what are the tough questions we need to ask ourselves to achieve it?

The conference is an opportunity to network and strengthen the international community of support initiatives dedicated to newcomer entrepreneurship.

We would like to thank our colleagues from the Newest Art Organization & the World Makers Foundation for the great Enter to Transform conference and look forward to further collaboration with our colleagues Judith Terstriep and Alexandra David (Institut Arbeit und Technik, Gelsenkirchen), Frans Coenen (University of Twente), Juanita Blue (Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland), Clémence Junot (Pulse Groupe, France), Geke Oosterhof (Newest Art Organization, Netherlands), Ann Cassano (World Makers Foundation) and many others.

Further information: https://www.enter2transform.eu/