Entrepreneur+ | Entrepreneurship Explained… in 2 Minutes


Are you a young person wanting to learn more about the world of entrepreneurship, perhaps to start your own project? Are you an educator looking for tools to introduce your young people to the world of entrepreneurship and increase their entrepreneurial skills?

2-Minute Videos

To meet these needs, we decided to launch a series of 15 2-minute videos, pills that will help you understand more about how to make your business idea real. The videos, designed for TikTok, use simple and straightforward language that can both help young people with little knowledge of the subject and give useful hints to more experienced ones.

The 15 videos can be watched in series, or you can decide to watch only those that you find most interesting. The contents cover different topics and can be a useful tool both for getting answers to specific questions and for gaining a clearer picture of the entrepreneurial world in general.

The videos will help you find answers to questions such as: How do I define the scope of my company? How do I define my long-term objectives? What legal form should I give my company? How do I forecast my initial investment and how do I manage costs? What do I have to do to present my idea to financiers? How can I manage my staff?

This is also a useful tool in entrepreneurship training courses aimed at young people, since they can serve as a support to introduce or deepen the contents of the lessons.

The videos are available in 5 languages (English, German, Italian, Romanian and Spanish) and can be accessed on:

The KA2 project “Entrepreneur+ Exploring Entrepreneurship Beyond Concepts” is managed by Centrul de Voluntariat Cluj-Napoca, in cooperation with Associazione Joint Milano, Backslash and “Gemeinsam leben und lernen in Europa e.V.”, and co-funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus Plus programme

The views and opinions expressed are those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.


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