Second regional event in Navarra
On March 28, the second regional event of the european SharEEN project, will be held in AIN. The project seeks to promote the Sharing Economy in Navarra.
The event will be attended by representatives of the Navarre´s Goberment and by Jordi Llonch, CEO of the collaborative digital educational platform "Sharing Academy", named Best App of the World 2016 at the Mobile World Congress (Mobile World Congress) and Co-founder of PICTO CONNECTION, intelligent targeted communication software to people with communication problems.
In addition, during the session, AIN will talk about different topics related to the project, for example: services designed for companies in the framework of the project or public grants available in the Government of Navarre for organizations linked to the Sharing Economy.
The main entrepreneurship event organized in Tenerife
The main entrepreneurship event organized in Tenerife by MentorDay the Canary Islans Institute of Technology, coincided with the Startup European Week SEW 2019, a global movement held since 2016 in more than 300 cities in 50 countries and whose goal is to help entrepreneurs around the world to grow and prosper.
Acceleration Week for Sharing Economy projects
SharEEN is an European pilot project on “Opportunities for European Entrepreneurs in the Sharing Economy”, co-funded by the European Commission under the Call: 251-G-GRO-PPA-16-9953. The objective of SharEEN is to identify and link-up with collaborative economy platforms, exchange experience with all relevant stakeholders and help European SMEs, social enterprises and other relevant actors to exploit the opportunities offered by the sharing economy. In particular, the project aims at building knowledge and capacity among Enterprise Europe Network partners’ staff and other stakeholders on sharing economy, and help them define and deploy supporting services for their SMEs.
SharEEN map of regional sharing economy initiatives
The map is based on the results of the surveying activity carried out by the SharEEN project in 2018. It includes a brief geo-referenced description of a set of sharing economy initiatives, platforms and companies, operating in the eight European regions covered by the project.