Hosted by Sharing Europe, the partners visited a number of organisations that set good practice examples on young entrepreneurship and business creativity, and attended workshops on different ways to survive the crisis. The participants kicked off training with a course on Resilience, followed by a study visit in the Murate Idea Park, a community building dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship.
The partners, also, visited the Spazio CO-STANZA, a co-working space combining work & life balance and met with the founders to learn their story. The third study visit included Officina Creativa, a handcrafted arts community building and meeting the artisans. Last study visit took place on Nana Bianca, a startup studio and incubator, which has helped numerous local startups to develop. The SURVIVE group met with the incubators, and learned about their vision. Finally, the partners attended a LEGO Serious Play workshop training, followed by a study visit on the Impact Hub and meeting the hub coworkers. The visit concluded with a group presentation and discussion of failure management in different countries.
The project SURVIVE, which comes to an end in October 2019, has compiled a number of good practices for SMEs, startups and policy-makers to succeed during the crisis.
EEO Group S.A. was represented by its Consultants, Ms. Eva Vaiouli & Ms. Olga Marinea.