IHF launches the SUPER project, funded by the European Erasmus + Program

IHF launched the SUPER project, Start-Up Promotion for Entrepreneurial Resilience. The project is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + Program, which supports initiatives in the education field.


The project is primarily addressed at Universities (Higher Education Institutions) with the aim of providing students with the business support necessary to transform their ideas into actions, up to the creation of a real company or start-up.


SUPER has a double mission: on the one hand to support the university system by creating tools suitable to develop a business and nurturing the entrepreneurial talent of the students; on the other hand to create a practical course on how to set up and manage an effective business. The final objective of the project is the creation of a OER platform (Open Educational Resources), that spreads the results of the project across Europe and makes it a focal point for exchanging experiences and a business accelerator.


The 6 partners, coming from 6 European countries (Belgium, Italy, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Spain) met in Brussels on October 6th and 7th 2015 to set up the project activities, to share cooperatively the tasks within the partnership and define the schedule.


IHF operates in Brussels since 2003 with the aim of disseminating European values so as to empower the community at large – including non-profit and local authorities – to develop networking opportunities, wider European integration and international cooperation.


In addition to carrying out research and analysis in various areas of European relevance, within the project IHF organises seminars and conferences as well as more technical training courses on EU Policies and Regulation, International Relations and Project Management.


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