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Good Practices in the Promotion of Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs Published on: 05/03/2008, Last update: 16/07/2009

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Triodos Facet.

The study "Examination and Evaluation of Good Practices in the Promotion of Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs" was commissioned by the Directorate General Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission.<br/>The aim was to identify and examine specific measures and support schemes promoting entrepreneurship amongst ethnic minorities, and to select a number of good practices from amongst these measures. A second aim was to identify professional organisations representing the economic interests of ethnic minority entrepreneurs. The study has been conducted in 32 European countries, including the 27 member states of the European Union, the EFTA member countries, candidate country Turkey and Switzerland.

The aim was to identify and examine specific measures and support schemes promoting entrepreneurship amongst ethnic minorities, and to select a number of good practices from amongst these measures. A second aim was to identify professional organisations representing the economic interests of ethnic minority entrepreneurs. The study has been conducted in 32 European countries, including the 27 member states of the European Union, the EFTA member countries, candidate country Turkey and Switzerland.

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