Being Entrepreneurial 2022
A celebration of entrepreneurial learning across Europe
Join us in Brussels!
Tuesday 22 November 09:30 – 18:30 (CET)
Entrepreneurship is when you act on opportunities and ideas and transform them into value for others. The value that is created can be financial, cultural or social.
Definition of ‘entrepreneurship’ from the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship
Connect. Share. Learn. Get recognised.
This is a one-day conference offering networking, insights and interactive workshops that will explore being entrepreneurial across all sectors of lifelong learning and linked to themes from digitalisation and green transition to gender equality and social innovation. It is a celebration of all the work being done by partners and networks from across Europe, all connected to The EntreComp Community.
Being Entrepreneurial 2022 will:
• Connect people and projects working on entrepreneurial learning across diverse contexts
• Showcase how entrepreneurial competences are drivers for digital and green transition
• Drive innovation by encouraging sharing and learning from policy and practice
• Define how being entrepreneurial creates positive impact across the SDGs
• Build synergies between the different actions at regional, national and EU level
• Launch and grow the voice of The EntreComp Community across practice and policy at all levels
EntreComp Awards Ceremony
Being Entrepreneurial 2022 will close with the inaugural EntreComp Award Ceremony. This is an awards programme delivered through The EntreComp Community as an initiative of the European Commission, to showcase the individual or organisational champions transforming policy and practice across Europe – inspired by EntreComp!
More details coming soon.
Registration is now closed
Please remember that this is an in person event, all travel arrangement are to be arranged by each attendee and will not be reimbursed. Space is limited, the organisers will contact you within three business days of your registration to confirm your participation.
Av. de l’Yser 5, 1040 Etterbeek, Belgium
Opposite Parc du Cinquantenaire, Closest metro Merode
With thanks to:
This event has been made possible through diverse EU-funded actions coming together to create one European festival of entrepreneurial learning. They are the founding partners within The EntreComp Community, and are committed to growing this work and network. These partners come from the following EU projects:
Bringing together multi-stakeholder communities from Belgium, Italy, Spain, Moldova and Turkey to test how EntreComp can be implemented across sectors.
EntreComp Europe is co-funded by the COSME programme of the European Union.
Creating a European-wide one-stop shop of information and resources to support development of entrepreneurial learning underpinned by EntreComp.
EntreComp360 is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Supporting VET to integrate a skills framework of digital and entrepreneurial skills into teacher training and curriculum.
2BDigital is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Creating a toolkit to integrate digital-based approaches to developing EntreComp competences.
Digital Firefly is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Women Learning Together
A programme of EntreComp-based skills and career development for women aged 35-55.
Women Learning Together is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
An initiative of the European Union to create synergies across different initiatives working on themes relevant to entrepreneurial learning.
EntreComp Synergies is an initiative of the European Union.
In 2016, the European Commission launched the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework, otherwise known as EntreComp, a set of 15 key competences in three key areas that offer a comprehensive description of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that people need to be entrepreneurial and create financial, cultural or social value for others. Entrepreneurship now forms part of the Council Recommendation on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning along with seven other key competence areas that together form the basic skills identified by the European Commission as key to developing suitable knowledge, skills and attitudes for lifelong learning from an early age and throughout life.