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  1. How can the European Commission and the Member states help existing innovative start-ups and fast-growing enterprises to scale up and become bigger companies?

    Workshop 6: tech entrepreneurs: the path to success   Fast-growing enterprises are generally associated with knowledge intensive and innovative sectors of the economy and they are key players in creating new, high added value jobs as well as in boosting E ...

    Alessandro Cend... - 12/06/2013 - 09:36 - 2 comments

  2. Why do so few Europeans set out to start their own business? How can more European digitally-skilled young people be convinced to become web and ICT entrepreneurs?

    Workshop 6: tech entrepreneurs: the path to success   Each of us at some stage needs to make a decision as to what career path he/she is to undertake. The Eurobarometer Survey on Entrepreneurship 2012 found that 58% of Europeans would rather be an employe ...

    Alessandro Cend... - 06/06/2013 - 09:51 - 1 comment

  3. How crucial is networking to helping tech and web entrepreneurs to grow and develop their business? Does it work better when services, skills, ideas, and competition are concentrated in hubs?

    Workshop 6: tech entrepreneurs: the path to success As pointed out by the Commission Staff Working Document on “Strengthening the environment for Web entrepreneurs in the EU”, there are many hubs across Europe, but only few of them are primary (i.e. major ...

    Alessandro Cend... - 04/06/2013 - 14:47 - 4 comments

  4. Access to funding is a top issue for entrepreneurs. Should the public sector help to fuel tech entrepreneurship? If so, how?

    Workshop 6: tech entrepreneurs: the path to success Financial constraints are deemed to represent one the highest barriers for businesses looking to start up and grow in all sectors, and tech entrepreneurs are no exception to this. Although tech entrepren ...

    Alessandro Cend... - 15/05/2013 - 14:52 - 10 comments