Posts Tagged:entrepreneurship

Interview with Nasa, co-organiser from Kuala Lumpur! “Slowly we’re embracing the fact that startup teams have to be diverse and international.”

Hello Nasa! We are very excited about your SEW event in Kuala Lumpur! Could you tell us how you heard about SEW? We heard about it via my partners in Pakistan, Spain and Egypt What is special about the startup ecosystem in Kuala Lumpur? Malaysian startups now have multiple avenues to get mentorship, training and…

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EU in Italy interviews #SEW18 co-organiser Maurizio!

Are you an entrepreneur or startup in Italy? In this video (in Italian), you can listen to the European Commission representation in Italy interviewing official #SEW18 co-organiser, Maurizio Maraglino Misciagna! He talks about the initiative as a whole, our mission and objectives, as well as the #SEW18 events he co-organised! You can see the original podcast report…

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SEW18 breaks all records as the largest ever yet!

The third Startup Europe Week 2018 (5-9 March) has finished with a bang, exceeding even the explosive success of last year. For the first time, #SEW18 has gone truly global, with events taking place in 50+ countries across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, growing an ever more digitally connected global entrepreneurship community. What…

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I want to work to obtain optimal synergy and grow network

Our co-organizer from Sofia, Bulgaria: Mariana Damova, PhD. Why did you apply for SEW? It is exciting to be part of the founding team of the pan-European ecosystem. What is your goal in organizing Startup Europe Week? My goal in organizing Startup Europe Week is to bring together different communities and high-profile speakers and provide…

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Glasgow needs to look to Europe and the world more than it does today

Our co-organizer from Glasgow: Jamie Wallace (Seumaidh ®). Why did you apply for SEW? I wanted to put Glasgow’s startup scene on Europe’s entrepreneurial map. What is your goal in organizing Startup Europe Week? My goal is to gather together Glasgow’s main leaders and record some great content to launch a new digital conversation called…

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We are empowering our entrepreneurs to compete in the global space

Our co-organizer from Helsinki: Rhonnie Allan Njugi Why did you apply for SEW? This is a great initiative! We are empowering our entrepreneurs to compete in the global space. I want to be part of that! Organising an event like this isn’t a walk in the park and it hasn’t been. I’m looking to learn…

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Šibenik needs a network of experts, investors and knowledge

Our co-organizer from City of Šibenik, local authority Why did you apply for SEW? To help entrepreneurs in our City to became even greater. To be a part of a bigger network. To promote City of Šibenik as a great place to live and work. What is your goal in organizing Startup Europe Week? To…

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I want promote my region as an innovative hub in the hearth of Europe

Our co-organizer from Brno, Czech Republic: Jiří Marek Why did you apply for SEW? As I love the creative and innovative spirit of my city and I think that this event can help to boost this spirit. I also work for one hi-tech startup and a lot of my friends work in the startup community…

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Europe is a huge family and we should bring back its big potential again to lead global agenda

Our co-organizer from Istanbul: Kaan Akin, Hackquarters Why did you apply for SEW? I am already trying to support entrepreneurs in many places including incubators, government supports even remotely That’s why we created Hackquarters to be the focal point for startups.  I’d love to be a part of SEW and Europe Commission for brining these…

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I want help people start their own business

Our co-organizer from Buckingham: Nigel Adams and students at University of Buckingham Why did you apply for SEW? To increase the visibility of the University of Buckingham and it’s world-leading undergraduate BSc Business Enterprise (BBE) Venture Creation Programme (See here and here). I also think Buckingham will be the smallest town (Population 13000) and the…

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