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Global Entrepreneurship Week is beginning

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Global Entrepreneurship Week is beginning
Global Entrepreneurship Week is beginning

Participants from more than 150 countries, thousands of free training sessions, lectures and debates. Next week, on 16 November eighth edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Week starts. It is the world's largest event promoting an active attitude towards life and taking business initiatives.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world's largest celebration of entrepreneurship that focuses  innovators, start-upers and all those who with their activities create jobs and solve social and economic problems. The objective of the organizers and partners of the project is to inspire people around the world to explore their entrepreneurial potential, develop skills and network of contacts.

As part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (ŚTP) on 16-22 November there will be over 2000 free training courses, workshops and lectures throughout the country. One of them will be the conference opening the ŚTP in Warsaw on Tuesday, 17 November at 15.00, at Warsaw University of Technology. Guests will be experts and entrepreneurs from Poland, Great Britain, USA and Malta. We will discuss , among others, interesting ideas for shaping the entrepreneurial attitudes among children and youth, building partnerships on the line entrepreneur-governmental organizations and entrepreneur-State. The event will be opened by the British Ambassador, His Excellency Mr. Robin Barnett.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is a unique  initiative because it brings together government and non-governmental institutions, companies, schools and universities working together to promote entrepreneurship. Anyone can become a ŚTP partner. Just register on the ŚTP website at least one free event (training, workshop, conference, lecture) thematically related to the widely understood entrepreneurship, which will be held between 16 and 22 November. Worldwide initiative involved more than 11 000 partner organizations.

It is said that the Poles cannot co-operate  with each other, studies show a dramatically low level of social trust in our country. But on those occasions can be seen that also in Poland begin to be established solid foundations of the so-called ecosystem for entrepreneurship. How to develop this ecosystem , on the basis of best practice from the UK, Malta and the United States, we will discuss at the Opening ŚTP Conference on 17 November in Warsaw - says Justyna Politańska, President of the Foundation of Global Entrepreneurship Week.

The event is under the auspices of: the Ministry of Economy, Minister of Labour and Social Policy, the Representation of the European Commission in Poland, PARP and the Confederation of Leviathan. The co-organization partner of the event is the capital city of Warsaw.