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Women Entrepreneurship in the European Union


Erasmus multilateral project:  “Women Entrepreneurship in the European Union”, No.  142364-LLP-1-2008-1-UK-ERASMUS-ECUE

Project coordinator: University of Glamorgan

Project partners: Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, UAB “Family Clinic Garliava”, ISM Management and Economics University (Lithuania); The Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub: Centre for Enterprise, Carrie Elspeth Ltd., Rebecca Exley Groundwater Ltd (Wales) Advancia, the Entrepreneurship Scool, Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry (France). 

Project aim  - the WEEU Project aims to research, develop, pilot and disseminate new teaching and learning approaches and materials for aspiring and existing women entrepreneurs.

Project results 

  •  200 parallel and  group interviews in the 3 partner countries and findings for creating new teaching methods and materials  
  • Women’s Entrepreneurship Summer Schools and Mentoring trainings in Lithuania, Wales and France  
  • 2 national dissemination conferences on project results in Lithuania and Wales
  • Final International Dissemination Conference in Paris (France) targeted at women entrepreneurs, policy makers, academic staff, researchers; launched new website for the project  www. weeu.eu; established the consortia with the aim to foster women’s entrepreneurship in the EU.   

Project duration: 2008  - 2010

For more information on the project, please visit the website: www.weeu.eu