GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK                     2012 | November 12 - 18unleasingideas.org                       GLOBAL EN...
What Is Global Entrepreneurship Week?                                                                                     ...
Who is Global Entrepreneurship Week?                                                                                      ...
A World of Impact                                                                                                     Last...
Achieving an economy’s entrepreneurial potential requires                     every part of society to be mobilized.      ...
Why organize a Global Entrepreneurship Week activity?                     •    We need people and organizations to help cr...
GEW Global: Where It All Began                                                                                            ...
Global Leaders &                     Celebrities                     Barack Obama, President of United States             ...
Who can get involved in Global Entrepreneurship Week?                     And how?                       Anybody. Anywhere...
GEW 2012 Ideas to Kick-Start GEW in Belgium                      AB InBev                                                 ...
GEW 2012 Ideas                      S     lvay Innovation Trophy 2012                      Organized every three years, th...
GEW 2012 Ideas                      bp st Innovation Portal and Idea Flow Contest                                   Agains...
GEW 2012 Ideas                      Belgian Public Servants C                   ntest                               Agains...
GEW 2012 Ideas                     E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year                                                    Against...
GEW 2012 Ideas                     PwC Entrepreneurship Award                                                        Again...
GEW 2011 Highlights                      Cleantech Open Global Ideas Competition                                          ...
GEW 2011 Highlights                     Startup Open                                                                      ...
GEW 2011 Highlights                                                                                                       ...
Global Visibility by Co-Branding                     Some partners have chosen to fully integrate the GEW logo—or at least...
Who do we do this ? GEW Objectives                        Inspire.                            Introduce the notion of entr...
More Than an Awareness Campaign                                                                 GEW ACTIVITY              ...
How to Get Involved in GEW 2012 in Belgium                     Build or Co-Build a National Campaign                     •...
Fostering Entrepreneurship Globally                                                                 57 Chapters – 14 Count...
TiE : Vision, Mission & Strategy                     Vision                     To be recognized as the global organizatio...
About TiE                           TiE	  Inc.	  (TiE	  Global)	  incorporated	  in	  August	  2002	  in	  Silicon	  Vall...
Philosophical Framework                         Create	  an	  open	  and	  transparent	  organizaWon	                    ...
Core Communities                     The	  three	  core	  communiWes	  of	  TiE	  are:	                       	           ...
TiE Brussels’ role                     	                                     Embrace	  TiE’s	  philosophical	  framework	...
For GEW 2012, TiE Brussels is partnering with                     the Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises            ...
Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises (Jade Belgium)                         Definition : A Junior Enterprise is a loc...
Junior Enterprise Challenge                     -    In order to show our commitment to the entrepreneurship spirit in Bel...
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  1. 1. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK 2012 | November 12 - 18unleasingideas.org GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  2. 2. What Is Global Entrepreneurship Week? During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions around the world inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them tounleasingideas.org potential collaborators, mentors and even investors. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  3. 3. Who is Global Entrepreneurship Week? Powered globally by the Kauffman Foundation, GEW is made up of host organizations running national campaigns in 123 countries along with partner organizations who hold events &unleasingideas.org activities during the Week TiE Brussels is the Host organization in Belgium in cooperation with Jade Belgium GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  4. 4. A World of Impact Last year alone, more than 7 million people participated in nearly 34,000 events during GEW – including startup competitions, mentoring marathons, global speed networking events andunleasingideas.org more! Large and small. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  5. 5. Achieving an economy’s entrepreneurial potential requires every part of society to be mobilized. •  Entrepreneurs must act as role models for young people by sharing their stories, mentoring and encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs. •  Governments must support the promotion of entrepreneurship amongst young people. •  Education systems must equip young people with an enterprising spirit and global mindset—from an early age.unleasingideas.org •  Businesses must offer opportunities for their employees to develop entrepreneurial abilities and work with educators to bring enterprise to life. •  The media must be inspired and encouraged to celebrate entrepreneurship, and inform the public about the economic and social contribution of entrepreneurs. •  Social media must provide platforms that break down barriers, such as language, and enable connections around the world. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  6. 6. Why organize a Global Entrepreneurship Week activity? •  We need people and organizations to help create an environment that allows entrepreneurial behavior to flourish. It is important that young people believe in themselves and strive to make their ideas happen, and they deserve encouragement and support. The drive to nurture enterprising behavior needs business, education, government, voluntary organizations and the media to work together — no single sector or organization working in isolation can create opportunities on this ambitious scale. •  Global Entrepreneurship Week is a great opportunity to showcase whatunleasingideas.org thousands of organizations already do to help foster a culture that embraces innovation, imagination and creativity. •  TiE Brussels is coordinating the GEW initiative in Belgium as the Lead Host in cooperation with the Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  7. 7. GEW Global: Where It All Began GEW was launched in 2007 by Carl Schramm, president and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation & former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. In three shortunleasingideas.org years, it was expanded into more than 100 countries by the Public Forum Institute and Enterprise UK. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  8. 8. Global Leaders & Celebrities Barack Obama, President of United States Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (United Kingdom) US President Barack Obama Charles, Prince of Wales David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France Yukio Hatoyama, Prime Minister of Japan Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel Mohammed VI, King of Morocco Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, Prince of Saudi Arabia Anibal Cavaco Silva, President of Portugal Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand John Atta Mills, President of Ghana King of Morocco Mohammed VI Portugal Pres. Anibal Cavaco Silvaunleasingideas.org Hillary Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State Yan Junqi, National People’s Congress, China Michael Dell, Dell, Inc. Richard Branson Virgin Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize (’06) Snoop Dogg Blake Mycoskie, TOMS Shoes Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn Tom Scott, Nantucket Nectars Entrepreneur Michael Dell Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  9. 9. Who can get involved in Global Entrepreneurship Week? And how? Anybody. Anywhere. Anytime. Organizations can get involved in a variety of capacities— planning events and activities as a local partner, promoting the initiative as a Global Partner, or even coordinating the initiative for an entire country as a Host. Individuals interested in exploring their entrepreneurial potential can find a broad array of activities—from local events to globalunleasingideas.org competitions. Entrepreneurs and investors can share their ideas and experiences—face-to-face or online. How you get involved is up to you. If you want a little guidance, connect with the Host for your country : TiE Brussels for Belgium. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  10. 10. GEW 2012 Ideas to Kick-Start GEW in Belgium AB InBev Against the •  5? Belgian universities deliver innovative idea and business plan for a backdrop of start-up around water cleaning. •  In October a Jury with InBev, … and ... review the applications. 35,000 events and •  During GEW 2012 AB InBev announces the winner: activities… be •  Prize ? •  AB InBev becomes the first customer different: help to •  In 2013: expand competition globally ( different functional area ?) to create a newunleasingideas.org be announced at GEC 2013 in March 2013 in Rio de Janeiro. company GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  11. 11. GEW 2012 Ideas S lvay Innovation Trophy 2012 Organized every three years, the Trophy includes 6 categories, giving to all Against the employees an opportunity to highlight the most innovative ideas and minds in the Group. backdrop of 35,000 events and •  New business: development of new products, markets and services, or creating new applications and companies activities… be •  Customer-oriented projects: e-commerce and customer relations different: help to management create a newunleasingideas.org •  Performance improvement: improving the results of products, services and company processes •  Management improvement: improving leadership, policies and strategies, human resources management, management of resources, partnerships and processes •  Sustainable development and citizenship based on the three cornerstones – economic, social and environmental – of sustainable development •  Replicated Innovations covering all projects that could be applied in other Group entities GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  12. 12. GEW 2012 Ideas bp st Innovation Portal and Idea Flow Contest Against the backdrop of •  bpost organizes Contest to feed Innovation Portal and Idea 35,000 events and Flow activities… be •  Local or global ? •  … different: help to create a newunleasingideas.org company GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  13. 13. GEW 2012 Ideas Belgian Public Servants C ntest Against the •  Belgian Public Servants Contest for Innovative Public Services backdrop of •  Towards citizens 35,000 events and •  Towards Corporates activities… be •  Federal, regional and local ? •  … different: help to create a newunleasingideas.org public service GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  14. 14. GEW 2012 Ideas E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Against the •  Well-known global contest backdrop of •  Have the winner present in the GEW week 35,000 events and •  Audience ? activities… be •  Belgian or European flavour? •  … different: leverage existingunleasingideas.org brand recognition GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  15. 15. GEW 2012 Ideas PwC Entrepreneurship Award Against the Or backdrop of PwC Accelerator 35,000 events and •  Well-known global contest activities… be •  Have the winner present in the GEW week •  Audience ? different: •  Belgian or European flavour? Give existingunleasingideas.org •  … initiatives more visibility GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  16. 16. GEW 2011 Highlights Cleantech Open Global Ideas Competition Against the • The contest is a hunt for the most backdrop of promising clean technology ideas anywhere in the world. One national 35,000 events and winner from more than 20 countries will then activities… these compete during Global Entrepreneurship Week are just a select at the global finals for a chance at $100,000 in support and services. • Last year, Abeo of Denmark received first prize for their patented fewunleasingideas.org Super-Light Structure technology which minimizes the energy and materials necessary during building construction. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  17. 17. GEW 2011 Highlights Startup Open Against the • Startup Open is a global backdrop of competition to identify and recognize startup companies 35,000 events and founded between GEW 2010 and GEW 2011. The ‘GEW 50’ activities… these will be recognized in advance of the Week. One winner will are just a select receive an all-expenses paid trip to Liverpool and VIP delegate credentials to participate in Global Entrepreneurship Congress fewunleasingideas.org in March, 2012, while another winner will receive a one-year mentorship from Redbox co-founder, Michael DeLazzer. • Last year, Olivier Ceberio, founder of Resolute Marine Energy, won a free networking trip to Richard Branson’s Necker Island. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  18. 18. GEW 2011 Highlights Against the Your Company’s Idea ? backdrop of • Design a campaign to promote entrepreneurship 35,000 events and activities… these • Use and leverage an existing campaign are just a select • Start in Belgium and (gradually) move it globally few ideas to getunleasingideas.org started in Belgium • Get global Brand recognition GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  19. 19. Global Visibility by Co-Branding Some partners have chosen to fully integrate the GEW logo—or at least the compass— into their event or activity logo and using that on all promotional materials & event signage. Download the compass artwork & GEW logo at unleashingideas.org/resources.unleasingideas.org GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  20. 20. Who do we do this ? GEW Objectives Inspire. Introduce the notion of entrepreneurial behavior to as many people who otherwise might not have considered it as a path in their life. Connect. Network people across national boundaries in a global effort to find new ideas at the intersection of cultures & disciplines. Mentor.unleasingideas.org Enlist active and inspirational innovators around the world to coach and mentor the next generation as they pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. Engage. Demonstrate to opinion leaders and policymakers that entrepreneurship is central to a nations economic health and culture and to provide different nations with the opportunity to learn from each other on entrepreneurial policy and practice. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  21. 21. More Than an Awareness Campaign GEW ACTIVITY Events, PR, social media, global network More positive attitudes towards entrepreneurship throughout society Increased entrepreneurial behavior Improved ability of the global network to influence entrepreneurship globallyunleasingideas.org Increased number of startups A stronger entrepreneurial culture & more entrepreneurial activity in every country Increased interest in entrepreneurial support programs Better opportunities for global entrepreneurship Job creation Economic growth Poverty reduction Improved lives GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  22. 22. How to Get Involved in GEW 2012 in Belgium Build or Co-Build a National Campaign •  Organize or partner with an activity in your domain of expertise •  Co-brand an existing activity Connect with the GEW network •  Contact us if you would like members of the GEW network to participate in your events and activities – globally: 123 countriesunleasingideas.org Strengthen Belgium’s Campaign •  By publicly supporting the initiative ( press releases, speaker, face ) •  By sponsoring the set-up and management of this not-for-profit initiative •  Be part of the Belgium GEW Board GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  23. 23. Fostering Entrepreneurship Globally 57 Chapters – 14 Countriesunleasingideas.org TiE  is  the  World’s  Largest  Non-­‐Profit,  Non-­‐Poli7cal,  Secular  Organiza7on                                         Fostering  Entrepreneurship  Globally   GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  24. 24. TiE : Vision, Mission & Strategy Vision To be recognized as the global organization fostering entrepreneurship Mission Promoting entrepreneurship through : Mentoring - Networking - Educationunleasingideas.org Strategy Providing effective inter-connectivity between our members across chapters to leverage the network GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  25. 25. About TiE   TiE  Inc.  (TiE  Global)  incorporated  in  August  2002  in  Silicon  Valley.       TiE  has  come  to  represent  ‘Talent,  Ideas  and  Enterprise’       57  chapters  in  14  countries:   –  26  chapters  in  North  America  -­‐    (US,  Canada)   –  17  chapters  in  India   –  4  chapters  in  Pakistan  &  Middle  East    -­‐  (Pakistan,  Dubai,)   –  5  chapters  in  Europe    -­‐    (London,  Manchester,  Sweden,  Frankfurt,  Brussels)   –  3  chapters  in  Far  East  Asia  -­‐    (Singapore,  Malaysia,  Tokyo)   –  2  chapters  in  Australia    -­‐    (Sydney,  Melbourne)    unleasingideas.org –  1  chapter  in  Africa  -­‐    (MauriWus)     13,000  members    (2,500  honorary  members  and  10,500  regular  members)     1000  events  with  80,000  parWcipants     380  sponsors     TiE  is  governed  by  Board  of  Trustees  (BOT)   GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  26. 26. Philosophical Framework   Create  an  open  and  transparent  organizaWon     Provide  posiWve  leadership  role  models     Emphasize  value-­‐creaWon  through  informed  entrepreneurship     Maintain  high  ethical  standards     Display  rigorous,  intellectually  honest  behavior  unleasingideas.org   Pursue  a  modern,  scienWfic,  and  forward-­‐looking  approach     Remain  socially  responsible     Strive  to  remain  an  idea  and  value-­‐driven  organizaWon   GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  27. 27. Core Communities The  three  core  communiWes  of  TiE  are:       Charter  Members   •  Backbone  of  TiE     •  Successful  entrepreneurs  and  other  high  achievers   •  Subscribe  to  TiE’s  philosophical  framework     •  Ready,  able,  and  willing  to  give  Wme  and  energy  unleasingideas.org   Regular  Members   •  Entrepreneurs  and  professionals  with  an  interest  in  entrepreneurship     Sponsors   •  Pre-­‐eminent  organizaWons  that  offer  value  to  the  entrepreneurial  ecosystem     GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  28. 28. TiE Brussels’ role     Embrace  TiE’s  philosophical  framework  and  values  in  creaWng  and  nurturing  a  local   eco-­‐system  for  entrepreneurs         Host  programs  and  acWviWes  within  the  TiE  framework  that  are  aligned  to  the   needs  of  the  local  members       Provide  value  added  customized  services  leveraging  technology,  intellectual   capital,  and  informaWon  resources      unleasingideas.org   Provide  global  connecWvity  and  networking  opportuniWes  for  benefit  of  local   Charter  Members/  Members  through  a  common  technology  plaborm,  Networking   Directory,  and  organizing  local/global  events           Facilitate  cross-­‐border  VC/business  delegaWons           Engage  in  Belgian  government  policy  iniWaWves  and  advocacy  reports         GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  29. 29. For GEW 2012, TiE Brussels is partnering with the Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises   Today, Junior Enterprises are considered as the most entrepreneurial youth structure. They stimulate and support the entrepreneurship spirit of the students, and are really focused on business.   A research (made at the European Level) shows that more than 20% of former Junior- Entrepreneurs are creating their own company within the two years after they have been graduated from their schools. While 7% is the average number for non Junior Entrepreneur in Europe.   Junior Enterprise students are committed and motivated : junior entrepreneurs areunleasingideas.org always seeking for practice, trainings and networking.   The Junior Enterprises network is searching for visibility among the entrepreneurship world in Belgium. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  30. 30. Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises (Jade Belgium)   Definition : A Junior Enterprise is a local non profit organization entirely managed by students. Related to their field of studies the students offer consulting services to the market; experiencing unique learning opportunities by doing professional project work on the one side and managing small- to medium sized enterprises on the other, by doing this the students add practical experience to their theoretical skills. Most Junior Enterprises are linked to universities or schools.   Goals: promote the professionals skills and develop entrepreneurial skills directly by proposing business project related to real and effective companies.unleasingideas.org   A growing network : today we are covering more than 4 universities in Belgium (Leuven, Louvain la Neuve, Liège, Mons) but our network is growing with new universities (Solvay, Ichec, HUB, …) and our aim is to cover all the biggest schools and universities in Belgium.   An international organization: the Belgian Federation is part of the JADE network, an European wide umbrella organization covering more than 20.000 students in Europe. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  31. 31. Junior Enterprise Challenge -  In order to show our commitment to the entrepreneurship spirit in Belgium, the Belgian Federation of Junior Enterprises decided with TiE Brussels to organize their own event for GEW 2012. This event is based on a business game principle : we will allow students among all the Belgian universities to challenge themselves in various entrepreneurial skills. -  The game will be hold through internet during five days, working on different topics related to entrepreneurship. Each day students will have to manage new challenges : how to manage your prospection, how to run a business project, how to recruit, … All theses challenge are directly related to the main aspects of a Junior Enterprise, but also to those of real companies. -  By the end of these five days, all the participants will be invited to present their result to a specialunleasingideas.org event in Louvain la Neuve. This event will gather all the existing network (more than 200 people from Junior Enterprises, public sector and private companies) but also all the people interested in youth entrepreneurship. Our aim is to make a public presentation of the results in order to select the best project and to launch a new Junior-Enterprise. -  The Junior Enterprise Challenge project is thus really focused on entrepreneurship, it will not just support the entrepreneurship spirit, it will also and above all focus on results and create new Junior Enterprises in Belgium. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
  32. 32. GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK 2012 | November 12-18unleasingideas.org GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK | 123 Countries. 34,000 Activities. 1 Week. | Freddy Nurski www.unleashingideas.org freddy.nurski@brussels.tie.org
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