This project aims to integrate and improve the current offer of social business training by providing high quality training materials and a sound template program targeted at prospective social entrepreneurs, active social entrepreneurs, business trainers at academic and professional schools and in informal learning, start-up coaches at start-up centres. The project will raise awareness about social business (what is it and why undertake it), among relevant target groups (people in employment and entrepreneurship support services, young unemployed, students in the last year of studies, NEET, etc.) and towards educators and policy makers.
Funded by: The European Commission
Implementing Period: October 2012 – September 2014