AGE: Final Transnational Meeting in Sofia

On October 19th, Mundus Bulgaria hosted the culminating Transnational Meeting of the AGE project – Alliance for Green Entrepreneurship. This initiative is funded through Erasmus+ Key Action 2, a cooperative partnership in adult education, identified by project number: 2021-1-BG01-KA220-ADU-000035300.

The AGE Project embarked on its journey two years ago with the mission of equipping adult learners with valuable insights into environmental conservation. The project aimed to strengthen sustainable entrepreneurship education by creating comprehensive, learner-driven educational materials and resources. These resources are carefully designed to cultivate the essential competencies required for promoting circular economy models, nurturing green start-ups, and advancing digital enterprises with a focus on social innovation.

All the dedicated project partners gathered in Sofia, Bulgaria, to engage in insightful discussions about the project’s final outcomes, the collaborative synergy achieved among all parties involved, and most importantly – the overall impact, added value, and advantages the project has brought to its stakeholders.

The meeting was attended by representatives from all five partner organizations, including the Dutch Foundation of Innovation Welfare 2 Work (The Netherlands), Athens Network of Collaborating Experts (Greece), Asociatia D.G.T. (Romania), SOSU Østjylland (Denmark), and Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu (Poland).

The AGE project is happy to present its dedicated online platform, housing a wealth of resources and materials amassed throughout the project’s execution. Explore it here: AGE Project Platform.

There are 6 main modules to explore:

Module 1: Legal State of the Art of Green Entrepreneurship

Module 2: Green Entrepreneurship & Sustainable Innovation

Module 3: Economic Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Module 4: Green Business Solutions

Module 5: Impact Investing & Project Financing

Module 6: Public/Private Partnership


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