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16.-22.11.2016. / 158 zemalja

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Global Entrepreneurship Week |
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions around the world inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them to potential collaborators, mentors and even investors. In six years, Global Entrepreneurship Week has expanded to 150 countries—building and strengthening entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world. Powered by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the initiative is supported by dozens of world leaders and a network of roughly 10,000 partner organizations.




Startup Experience
Startup Experience offers intensive transformational workshops designed to inspire the next generation of young entrepreneurs. It introduces students to the entrepreneurial mindset and provide hands- on training in high impact entrepreneurship. Students build creative capacity, entrepreneurial confidence, and learn effective tools to build new ventures.


Global Enterprise Registration |
Global Enterprise Registration is an index of web portals around the world allowing online business registration or describing the business registration process. It is intended to promote the use and improvement of business registration services worldwide, by allowing easy access to existing online systems and by facilitating the exchange of experiences and best practices among governments. Global Enterprise Registration is jointly produced by UNCTAD and Global Entrepreneurship Week.



The Liberalizing Innovation Opportunity Nations (LIONS@FRICA) is a partnership that seeks to mobilize the knowledge, expertise and resources of leading public and private institutions to encourage and enhance Africa’s innovation ecosystem and to spur entrepreneurship by investing in: capacity building, access to capital, enhanced connectivity to global markets, and credibility by raising awareness of Africa’s innovation potential. Launched at the 2012 World Economic Forum on Africa, the partnership is on track to support 100,000 entrepreneurs as they launch and expand technology-based business by 2020.


Global Business Angels Network |

Global Business Angels Network is an emerging coalition of early stage investors that will launch later in 2015.



Startup Open |

Startup Open, run directly by GEW Global, is a virtual competition to identify and recognize promising young startups around the world. The top 50 applicants, selected from more than 60 countries, are recognized each year as the GEW 50 and considered finalists for prizes and additional opportunities.

Previous winners—startups from Croatia, Ghana and the United States—have been featured by CNBC, CNN, Fast Company and Forbes.


Creative Business Cup |

The Creative Business Cup is the world championship for entrepreneurs in the creative industries—including design, gaming, music, film, content production, architecture and more. While these industries hold great potential, creative entrepreneurs are not as prepared with the business skills necessary to take their ideas to the next level. Winners from national competitions participate in the global final during Global Entrepreneurship Week in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Get in the Ring |

Get in the Ring brings promising entrepreneurs from around the world in contact with investors and inspires the next generation of entrepreneurs to begin the entrepreneurial journey. The Investment Battle is the international competition of Get in the Ring, created by the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands, where entrepreneurs face off in a boxing ring to secure an investment of up to €1,000,000. The battle takes place around the world between June and November, with the grand finale in Rotterdam during Global Entrepreneurship Week.


Future Agro Challenge |

The Future Agro Challenge is the world championship for innovators, visionaries, and leaders to change our everyday life through farm, food and lifestyle. The goal of the competition is to innovate farming and business practices in water management, production conservation, instant data access, crop diversity, post harvest waste; to increase education and training; to transform primary agricultural production into biological solutions; to invent alternative uses of natural products; and to revolutionize new ways to address the importance of living healthy lifestyles.




Global Entrepreneurship Research Network |

The Global Entrepreneurship Research Network (GERN) is a working coalition of institutions funding research as a tool in realizing the full potential of entrepreneurship to create inclusive prosperity on a global scale. Its objectives are to develop a next generation of entrepreneurship research, share lessons and knowledge and establish open, standardized data resources. Each member organization is a leader in its nation or region in promoting entrepreneurship.


Startup Nations |

Startup Nations is all about identifying policy levers that can unleash high impact entrepreneurship and innovation. It is made up of “startup savvy” policymakers and program leaders focused on exploring different regulatory changes and other policy ideas to help accelerate new and young firm formation in their economies. It shares ideas about what is working and what is not; connects to research and communicates priorities to a Global Entrepreneurship Research Network; and, enables informal knowledge sharing among economies focused on leveraging entrepreneurs and their startups.


Global Entrepreneurship Index |

The Global Entrepreneurship Index is an annual index that measures the health of entrepreneurship ecosystems in 130 countries. It collects data on the entrepreneurial attitudes, abilities and aspirations of the local population and then weights these against the prevailing social and economic infrastructure – this includes aspects such as broadband connectivity and transport links to external markets. Overall, it is a compass for identifying initiatives and interventions that target a country’s most critical areas and positively impact whole societies.


GEW Policy Survey |

The GEW Policy Survey assesses the experience of high-impact entrepreneurs in more than 30 countries so that the outcomes may help inform future policy decisions affecting new and young firms. Conducted prior to Global Entrepreneurship Week, survey results guide the development of policy summits in participating countries. A report outlining key findings is released during the Global Entrepreneurship Congress.



Global Entrepreneurship Congress |

The Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) is a gathering of startup champions from around the world – where entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, thought leaders, and policymakers work together to help bring ideas to life, drive economic growth, and expand human welfare. The Congress brings together thousands of delegates from 150 countries to discuss economic and policy challenges around growing entrepreneurial ecosystems.


Startup Nations Summit |

The Startup Nations Summit features startup savvy policy advisors and startup community leaders collaborating on smarter policies and government leadership to support new firm formation. Co-hosted by Startup Korea and the Banks Foundation for Young Entrepreneurs, the Startup Nations Summit from November 23 – 25, 2014, serves as the finale of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 in Korea.


GES Youth |

GES Youth is a gathering of 50 young people who have recently started new firms around the world. The event allows these promising entrepreneurs to showcase their respective success stories and give them the opportunity to connect, share, and learn from their peers. With a focus on scaling businesses and creating useful connections across borders, GES Youth equips its participants with the tools and knowledge to broaden the success of their businesses.