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MY-WAY launches a survey on web entrepreneurship support

MY-WAY, the two-year project which recently set out to improve the startup ecosystem for students in Europe, has just launched an online survey on web entrepreneurship support.

The survey has been designed to identify the needs and capabilities of young adults in different European countries regarding web entrepreneurship. Based on the survey results and with a better understanding of the current gaps and problems, MY-WAY will develop a new service scheme for student networks and student entrepreneurship centres to support young tech entrepreneurs.

Requirements: Are you between 20 and 30 years old? Are you a student, a recent graduate, a young researcher, or a university alumni member? Are you interested in tech entrepreneurship?

If your answer to the three questions above is “yes”, we’d like to hear from you! It just takes a few minutes to answer the multiple-choice questions in this survey, and by doing so, you can contribute to improving Europe’s web entrepreneurship ecosystem!

What’s in it for you: The MY-WAY consortium, in which we (EU-Startups.com) are one of the ten partners, will be happy to reward some of you with one of the following:

  • Free of charge participation at events run by certain partners (ex. AEGEE, YES, NACUE) to a maximum of 2-3 respondents
  • Online consultation for wannabe entrepreneurs with Capital Enterprise to 1 respondent
  • Access to web streaming for certain events to a maximum of 2-3 respondents
  • Mentoring sessions to 3 entrepreneurs

In addition to the survey, face-to-face interviews with the student support centres will be performed by volunteers in AEGEE offices across Europe. Stay Startup-Europe-EC-logostuned for the survey results and more information on MY-WAY’s next activities.

For more details about MY-WAY, which was funded by the European Commission, please visit our project website or follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook (Update – July 2023: The social media accounts seem to be out of use, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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