Global Entrepreneurship Week

The Global Entrepreneurship Week is the biggest promotional event in the world to stimulate entrepreneurship. Every year, the Global Entrepreneur Week plays a significant role in encouraging the upcoming generation of entrepreneurs to think of establishing their own business enterprise.

This event is the world’s most significant social gathering of the innovator leaders and job builders who roll-out start-ups that are responsible for the transformation of creative ideas to real life situations, that generate economic expansion and increase human well being. Every year, in November, for one week the Global Entrepreneurship Week encourages people all over the world via regional, national and worldwide events developed to enable them to check out their prospective as self-employed starters and innovators.

These events, from big contests and happenings to small-scale networking meetings, connect contributors to possible collaborators and mentors. They may even get in touch with investors and be introduced to new options and fascinating opportunities. Millions of people who never thought of establishing their own businesses, take in suggestions and encouragement from people such as Richard Branson, Michael Dell and Muhammad Yunus.

I recently visited my friend who is a successful entrepreneur, running for 12 years now the gaskets producing company, Gelria.  He says that this kind of events are very important for the next generation, young people who will take over the family business. It’s planned that his son will be leading Gelria in 5 years so for now he visits this kind of fairs, study  entrepreneurship and yes, work in the company, and not as a leader but simple on the production. Peter says that if his son wants to sell gaskets, he needs to know how are they produced.

Countless completely new start-ups are established through bootcamps, for example Start-up Weekend, and contests like Start-up Open. Many universities set up and improve relationships that enable them to commercialize groundwork from their labs. Scientists, researchers and policymakers participate in dialogues all over the world to evaluate the underlying procedures required to stimulate entrepreneurial expansion.