“Promoting entrepreneurship in problematic regions of Lithuania” (No. VP2-2.2-ŪM-02-K-01-029)
The goal of the project is to promote entrepreneurship in problematic regions of Lithuania. The main task of the project is to promote entrepreneurship in society, especially young people and women.
There is nothing more important than encouraging people's entrepreneurship, creating new jobs, helping existing businesses keep up and expand their activities (look for new markets, financing sources, increasing exports). The emergence of new small and medium-sized business entities requires business intelligence. High-quality and accessible advice, information services (in particular for promoting young people's and women's entrepreneurship) are provided to enhance the viability of small and medium-sized businesses, the development of export markets, job creation, and new project development through the projects partners' long-term work experience and competencies.
1. Information spreading events, promoting entrepreneurship in society, especially young people and women, the establishment and development of new SME entities, formation of business partnership networks, franchises.
• 57 informative events.
2. Providing high-quality consulting services to small and medium-sized business entities and individuals planning to start a business in order to achieve exemplary performance by ensuring effective corporate business management processes.
• 1492 consultations.
The project starts on January 15, 2014
End of project - 14-01-2015
The project is partially funded by the European Regional Development Fund, in line with the VP2-2.2-ŪM-02-K instrument "Assistant-4" in line with the VP2 Economic Growth Action Program VP2-2 priority "Increasing business productivity and improving the environment for business"