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Startup Europe’s MY-WAY project invites key players of the startup ecosystem to join the second Stakeholder Meeting

The Startup Europe initiative MY-WAY is going to host its second Stakeholder Meeting on the 26th of January at the Management Centre Europe in Brussels.

MY-WAY is an ambitious two-year project with the goal to enhance and improve the collaboration and efforts of web entrepreneurship initiatives, web business experts and educational actors in the benefit of young adults. Since EU-Startups is one of the 10 partners of the MY-WAY project, I’m really looking forward to attend this event.

The stakeholder meetings of the MY-WAY project have the purpose to develop support schemes for student support centres together with key actors of the European startup ecosystem. The first Stakeholder Meeting took place on the 12th of November 2015 and the discussions led to a large number of valuable ideas.

The action plans that will be designed during the second Stakeholder Meeting will be implemented by major student organisations in Europe. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to discuss collaboration possibilities and define future joint actions with each other or with the members of the MY-WAY consortium in a speed dating session.
If your position in the startup ecosystem, as well as your expertise, may provide a helpful contribution to the upcoming discussions, you’re very welcome to join the Stakeholder Meeting on the 26th of January. Accelerators, business angels, startups, mentors, student networks, venture capitalists and other players in the European web entrepreneurship ecosystem, are invited to register here till the 22nd of January.
Stakeholder Meeting

The discussions will be moderated by David Trayford – the expert advisor of the MYWAY project and an entrepreneur himself. The full agenda of the second Stakeholder Meeting can be found here.

In case you’re interested in the discussions but not be able to participate in Brussels, please note that the full event will be web streamed from this channel.

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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