The Erasmus+ MIG.EN.CUBE project published the Research report on incubators' training needs to serve migrant entrepreneurs, presenting evidence of the training needs of incubation professionals (potentially) dealing with (aspiring) migrant entrepreneurs.
The report provides empirical evidence of:
- what incubators do (i.e., their role, services and activities);
- how incubators approach entrepreneurs (i.e., their competences and their relational approach);
- how incubators source their knowledge and competences.
It presents any perceived differences between migrant and native entrepreneurs, and compares generalist incubators and migrant-specific incubators across France, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Research for this report was coordinated by the University of Bologna, and built upon country reports from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion, the University of Amsterdam and University of Bologna. These country reports were created in collaboration with the project's non-academic project partners: Fondazione Grameen Italia, PLACE Network, Impact Hub Amsterdam, Migration Policy Group and Impact Hub Network.
The full report and report summary can be found attached below.
- Daniela Bolzani (University of Bologna)
- Geographic area
- EU Wide
- Contributor type
- Academics and expertsNon-Governmental Organisations/Civil Society
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