How to fight youth unemployment in Madrid

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56% of young people in Spain are unemployed. 24% in Europe.
We have a solution: stop hunting for a job, CREATE your own job.
With the ESCP Europe Madrid program "Societal Entrepreneurship", create your job and change your life in 4 months. What are you waiting for ?

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    1. YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT Our solution OPTION SOCIETAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4 months to unleash your inner entrepreneur THEY MADE IT How 27 changemakers created their jobs & changed their lives in 4 months INTERESTED ? Apply to the Option Societal Entrepreneurship What you’re about to READ
    2. WE HAVE A solution
    3. hunting STOP   FOR A JOB  
    4. CREATE your own job
    5. HOW ?
    6. JANUARY> MAY 2015 Specialization ESCP Europe @Madrid campus Information & Registration optione.chaireeee.eu/madrid
    7. A full-time specializationby
    8. A school dedicated to entrepreneurshippart of ONE OF THE TOP BUSINESS SCHOOLS in the world Hi ! I’m Jean- Baptiste Say One of the founders of ESCP Europe !  
    9. TRAIN TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAIN through ENTREPRENEURSHIP Key take aways Way of thinking & acting, question the statu quo, take risks, learn from failures, be subversive, co-constructive Design Thinking, Effectuation, Lean Startup, Pitching Business Modeling, Business Plan, Community building, Small business marketing, Finance More than 200 meetings with entrepreneurs, investors, VC, partners, potential clients. MINDSET METHODOLY TOOLBOX INTERACTIONS
    10. 150 CLASS HOURS
    11. 600 PROJECT HOURS
    12. 150 HOURS IN CLASS = 20%OF YOUR TIME AND ENERGY 5 PROJECTS = 80%OF YOUR TIME AND ENERGY TIME & ENERGY REPARTITION
    13. WHEN ?
    14. JANUARY 2015 MAY 2015 to
    15. FOR WHOM ?
    16. CREATEOpen to YOUNG GRADUATES BUSINESS DESIGN ENGINEERING ART HUMANITIES …  
    17. LIKE THESE GUYS
    18. WHO CAME TO MADRID IN JANUARY 2014 The 27 CHANGEMAKERS
    19. Once upon a time 27 CHANGEMAKERS CAME TO MADRID from
    20. They all had DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS BUSINESS DESIGN ENGINEERING BEAUX-ARTS HUMANITIES LAW …  
    21. They had been SELECTED for their CRAZY ENTHUSIASM OPEN-MIND ADVENTUROUS SPIRIT PASSION FOR PEOPLE GENEROSITY OF EFFORT INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY DESIRE TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE …
    22. CREATED their jobs They SANDRA January 2014 Freelance Designer Now Co-founder of H+
    23. MET New Business Partners They SANDRA | MAYLIS | BALIGHA January 2014 Total strangers Now Co-founders of H+
    24. AN ENTREPRENEUR MINDSET They developped
    25. They met FRIENDS for life
    26. THEIR LIVES CHANGED After the option I decided to give a twist to my professional career as a consultant for the Public Sector. I am now developing an expertise about public policies in favor of entrepreneurs & start-ups, while launching in parallel my own project. BALIGHA January 2014 Consultant for the public sector Now Consultant for startups & Co-Founder of H+ ’’ ‘‘  
    27. THEY HAVE THEIR OWN REASONS
    28. To turn my crazy ideas into real entrepreneurial projects MARTIN January 2014 Industrial Designer Now Co-Founder of WE ARE DATA  ’’ ‘‘
    29. To learn by doing & go beyond my limits MAYLIS January 2014 ESCP Europe student Now Co-Founder of H+ & Business Development at Nonabox  ’’ ‘‘
    30. THIS IS WHAT THEY’VE DONE
    31. 1 THEY BECAME ARTISTS
    32. Artwork creation PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINESPick a societal issue among 6 proposed (Food, Cities, Art..) Be challenged by an intellectual & an artist Construct in extreme conditions an artwork to express your reflexion Present your artwork in an Exhibition   Develop in teams a conceptual reflexion about the theme Debate with the 100 Exhibition visitors  
    33. Glimpse OF THE ARTWORKS
    34. WORLD FOOD PROPAGANDA CAMPAIGN
    35. WE ARE CITIES
    36. OPPORTUNE TIMING
    37. LET THERE BE LIGHT
    38. EUROPE. A STORY OF SUCCESS.
    39. iROB’ART
    40.       2 THEY ORGANIZED AN EVENT WITH SOCIAL IMPACT
    41. Create a community   Develop strategic partnerships with local actors Have a social impact on the community   Develop a sustainable business model   Frame a solution to a societal issue Sustain your community   Event Creation PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINES
    42. Glimpse OF THE EVENTS
    43.    
    44. TEDx ESCPMadrid 100 guests @Espacio Bertelsmann Visit Website
    45. FOODIN’OVACION Discover gastronomic innovations in Madrid Disco Salad & Market 100 guests @Dgustar Cooking School
    46. Find collaborative solutions to the issue of Ghost Cities Roundtable 50 guests @Madrid International Lab Visit website WE ARE CITIES
    47. Raise awareness on clothe waste Fashion show with recycled material Sewing workshop & Flea Market 150 guests @Mercado de la Ribera Visit website REPA ROPA
    48. 3               THEY RESOLVED THE CHALLENGES OF A STARTUP
    49. In teams, analyze deeply the challenge   Choose a startup with a specific challenge Prototype out of the box solutions   Present your conclusions to a final Jury   Discover the challenges of 7 Spanish startups Startup Consulting PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINES
    50. Marketing strategy to launch in France Go-2-Market strategy to the USA Internationalization market study Feasibility study to launch a new product Blue Ocean strategy to launch a new product Strategic plan to mix entrepreneurs’ generations Blue Ocean strategy to launch a new product STARTUP CHALLENGES
    51. 4 THEY (REALLY) WENT TO VIETNAM
    52. Vietnam Immersion PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINESFly to Ho Chi Minh for one week Interact with Vietnamese students   Meet public institutionsMeet entrepreneurs RESOLVE THE CHALLENGES of a Vietnamese company   of a Vietnamese NGO   Explore the Treasures of Vietnam  
    53. CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO WATCH THE VIDEO!
    54. 4 THEY CREATED THEIR OWN INNOVATIVE STARTUP
    55. Prototype an out of the box solution   Analyze deeply the societal issue you want to solve Build-Mesure-Learn In Lean Startup style   Be coached by teachers & mentors   Create a social startup in 48h with Spanish people Pitch your startup to a Final Jury   Startup Creation PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINES
    56. CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO WATCH THE VIDEO!
    57. ENJOY SAIGON NIGHTLIFE FINAL JURY
    58. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR
    59. Apply TO JOIN THE 2015 PROMO CV In English Cover letter A real sincere one Flash idea Telling us who you are, what you want to do. Any format is acceptable (video, photo, song, drawing…). candidature.chaireeee.eu/madridUpload on:  
    60. Ask us YOUR QUESTIONS & DOUBTS + 34 622 890 006 Caroline Ladousse | Coordinator Chair of Entrepreneurship ESCP Europe in Madrid cladousse@escpeurope.eu Drinks In Paris & Madrid starting September
    61. Click here to be in contact with us! http://urlz.fr/v2m Yes you can click on it!
    62. Creative Commons attributions (source: Flickr) Slide 1: Popicinio Slide 3: Pepe Pont Slide 7: Rock at Hard Eight Slide 8: Snowm Slide 23: Stanfords Travel Slide 40: Gary 9600 Slide 49: Free Parking Slide 57: Instereo007 Slide 63: Brizzle Born and Bred Slide 66: X-Ray Delta One For any request write to: cladousse@escpeurope.eu Thanks and credits

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