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Jun 13-15, 2018

16th Rural Entrepreneurship

Conference, University of Plymouth,

Plymouth Business School and Futures

Entrepreneurship Centre  - Forum for

academics, practitioners and policy

makers

http://ht.ly/A1Dc30kaWRk


Jun 20-22, 2018

Bringing together more than 500

professionals in the fields of

#innovation #UBC in #highered at the

2018 #UIINconf in London. Be a part

of the largest event in the university-

industry interaction space.

https://university-industry.com/index/about 


JUL 24-25, 2018

WAPSE conference:  The Most Common Occupations in the Labour Market and their Changing Under the Impacts of the Digital Age - the Role of Public Employment  Services , Hue City, Vietnam  http://ht.ly/4moy30kcEbn


Oct 16-17, 2018

Accelerating the Adoption of Advanced Ag Biotech and Data-Driven Farming Solutions - World AgriTech Innovation Series, London, part of RETHINK AG FOOD INNOVATION WEEK http://ht.ly/4XB530jDW8f


Nov 2-8 2018

Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship 2018 conference, "‘Research, policy and practice: Collaboration in a disparate world’,
Birmingham

http://isbe.org.uk/events/isbe-2018/


​Nov 7-8, 2018

#SMARTBuildings Show, London

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Nov 15-16, 2018

“Sustainable entrepreneurship: A win-

win strategy for the future” Toledo,

Spain, brings together 200+ leading

academics in this field who present and

debate cutting edge research in a wide

variety of entrepreneurship-related

topics. http://ht.ly/OBVo30k02zs

A Community of Practice

for Staff and Faculty

Convening in small group learning environments,

the model consists of three components:

     - Utilising educational technology formulated

specifically for collaborative learning provides

participants with a virtual space in which to

share ideas and data, and refine those ideas

by applying critical thinking and problem-solving.

Coursework toward the acquisition of 21st 

​Century skills delivered via e-learning mechanisms.

     - The EYENEET Community of Practice brings

together mentors who have been trained as

facilitators of learning to improve their capacities

to implement knowledge-building communities in

their working environments, whether at an institute

of higher education, a community-based training

center or via the Internet.

     - Linkages are made with public employment

services (PES) to connect jobseekers with employers

to pursue sustainable employment, with local

entrepreneurial ecosystems to connect programme

participants interested in pursuing a pathway to

entrepreneurship, with educational institutions for

reintegration in the education systems, and with the

public sector for social participation and civic engagement.
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Our Current Projects


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CO-LEARNING

​​​​​​InterPath Atlantic is a 3-country

consortium to support the growth of small-

and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

through technology with a focus on the

AgriFood sector in the Atlantic region.

Programme partners represent R&D, 

training, higher education, technical

assistance providers toward internationali-

zation and public/private partnerships.

EYE was devised as a training model

that provides the building blocks for the

acquisition of Knowledge Economy skills

for success in entrepreneurship, the

workforce and in education. The model

begins with an exploration of The Future

of Work and Industry 4.0, moving on to

acquiring the mindset of an entrepreneur,

competences through distance learning

coupled with activities and services

within a localized entrepreneurial ecosystem.  

The project has overlapping goals aligned

with clarion calls for education reform

and activity to promote socio-economic

development and social cohesion in

areas around the world. The model

is available worldwide.


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Research

Our project supports the growth of small

and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), 

with a focus on agri-tech and the food

industry and a secondary focus on tourism. 

This project will characterise the sectoral

pressures on internationalisation experienced

by AgriFood SMEs in the Atlantic Area.

The methodology will contribute to the

joint implementation of a suitable process

of innovation for internationalisation as an

adaptable and adoptable toolkit. The outputs

will assist industry stakeholders, regional

authorities and policymakers better under-

stand sectoral pressures affecting growth

in order to establish sustainable pathways

to internationalisation in the AgriFood and

related sectors in the Atlantic Area. 


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Bring our models  

to your region!

EYE - E-Incubator for Entrepreneurs

EYENEET is a 12-country consortium to prepare

individuals to be socialized into a world-wide

knowledge-creating culture through technology.

 to facilitate the acquisition of skills required in the

Knowledge Economy  and demanded by the workforce

through technology formulated specifically for knowledge

building plus e-learning. The project targets NEETs that

include youth who are unemployed and underemployed,

and those not gainfully employed in sustainable work

situations.

​​​​​The EYE Training Model For

Acquiring Knowledge Economy Skills

supports entrepreneurship trainng via

seven components working together to

equip beneficiaries of a complete

ecosystem of training, including

training the trainer in the use of

information and communication

technologies.


-  Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness;
-  Social Inclusion, Youth Employment/Unemployment/NEETs

    and Poverty Reduction
-  Environment, Alternative Energy, Technology, Smart Cities

The E-Corner


EYE - E-Incubator for Young Entrepreneurs

Opportunities to Collaborate

To address society-wide issues toward 

producing positive outcomes and intellectual

outputs while convening stakeholders around:

Our E-Corner is the content curator for our cross-border collaborations.  It is more than just a repository of information and insights on the challenges

faced, solutions proposed, resources marshaled or research findings around the issues of programming sponsored under the EYE umbrella. Under

each of our programmes, the E-Corner serves a distinct function:

​     - UnderEYE TRAINING, the E-Corner helps our beneficiaries engaging in entrepreneurship as a job or gaining employment in traditional fields, bring

their ideas to life and create value for their entrepreneurial endeavors by curating content. A digital catalogue associated with a content curator platform

displays media-rich postings to connect with each other. Here, they are able to display what they have learned from the experts in developing their project,

and where they can learn from each other.  This is a benchmark of entrepreneurship and an important  interpretation of EntreComp competences.

     - Under both EYE TRAINING and EYENEET, the E-Corner allows participants to work with together through the Knowledge Forum, an education

technology formulated

specifically for knowledge-building learning communities. The programme supports collaborative learning around a experiential communication audit

project, where participants are exposed to a real-world working environment to increase skills in the areas of communication, teamwork, research

and analysis. Their exposure to real-world problems will task them to come up with solutions that involve critical thinking and creativity. EYENEET

participants thus become marketable candidates as potential entrepreneurs while also being prepared for the 21st Century workforce. The E-Corner

serves as a repository for research on the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems in our region.

    - Under Interreg, the E-Corner also hosts a digital catalogue of products and services offered by the SMEs receiving technical assistance from

the AgriTour Tech Atlantic project.


Of Interest:


EYE - E-Incubator for Entrepreneurs

The EYE Community of Practice resides on our digital platform as a method of bringing together staff, faculty and others who train and

mentor beneficiaries. This virtual community of practice allows its members to network and communicate on a regular basis to share

information and experiences tolearn from each other and develop their professional capacities as trainers and mentors. It is also the space

EYE partners and organizers access to share information and communicate about the project's progress. The EYE CoP contains a

repository of informational resources that can help expand training options and stay abreast of publications, research and other information

pertinent to the work accomplished through EYE.


The EYE CoP also organizes the "train the trainer" workshops for the diverse needs of our projects.