More than four-fifths (81%) of young European would-be entrepreneurs say that participation in the planned Erasmus programme could be useful for them. A majority of young (would-be) entrepreneurs are willing to contribute to the financing of their time spent abroad. Nearly two-in-three young entrepreneurs, who have started up a business in the last three years, answered that they are ready to host a young entrepreneur or would-be entrepreneur from another EU Member State. A clear majority of young would-be entrepreneurs (71%) and existing entrepreneurs (70%) would prefer to learn in a micro- or small company (up to 50 employees).
Those are some of the main results of the Flash Eurobarometer on the pilot project "Erasmus for young entrepreneurs".
More detailed information is available in the overall summary report.
Target groups of the survey
- Business start-up support organisations, such as One Stop Shop Plus Centres or similar organizations, in EU Member States.
- Consultants / teachers / coaches of business start-up support organisations. Would-be entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs, in the target group of 18-40 years old of the general population in EU Member States.
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- Analytical report - part 4 (9345 KB)
- Analytical report - part 3 (3146 KB)
- Analytical report - part 2 (8235 KB)
- Analytical report - part 1 (3264 KB)
- Report 3: Survey among young would-be and existing entrepreneurs - Summary (517 KB)
- Analytical report - part 2 (7189 KB)
- Report 2: Survey among trainers and counsellors of start-up organisations - Analytical report - part 1 (2540 KB)
- Country sheets (761 KB)
- Analytical report - part 2 (7711 KB)
- Report 1: Survey among representatives of start-up counselling and support organisations - Analytical report - part 1 (4297 KB)
- Overall summary report on attitudes towards the planned pilot project (517 KB)