IHF held the Multiplier Event for the SUPER Project on November 7

IHF asbl organised an informal get-together to share the results of the SUPER Project, Start-Up Promotion for Entrepreneurial Resilience.  More than 25 people representing the stakeholders of entrepreneurial education and youth entrepreneurship promotion attended the Multiplier Event.

The SUPER Project is co-founded by the European Commission Erasmus Plus Programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education and implemented by a Consortium of 6 partners from 6 European countries (Slovakia, Czech Republic, UK, Italy, Belgium, Spain). It aims to overcome the barriers to entrepreneurship by developing a toolkit for HEIs to establish effective mentoring and incubators for aspiring entrepreneurs and training resources and business tools for students to put entrepreneurship into practice and develop their businesses.

IHF put great emphasis on the various Intellectual Outputs, presenting the SUPER OER Platform as a “focal point” for business incubation at university. Participants were interested on the two practical aspects of SUPER: the Toolkit for universities and the Training for students.

Representatives of regional policy makers and facilitators of entrepreneurship were particularly interested in promoting the adoption of SUPER results and products through their networks.  The Multiplier Event proved effective in scaling up the SUPER Project and allowed IHF to collect valuable feedback from participants on how to best promote the adoption of outputs.

Thanks to its consolidated experience and expertise in dissemination and valorisation campaigns and activities in the field of HE and entrepreneurship in a EU dimension, within the SUPER Project IHF is responsible for coordinating the dissemination activities. IHF also cooperates with the other partner organisations to realise the Business Incubation Toolkit, a set of actionable recommendations and programmatic measures to design, establish and manage efficient business incubation and entrepreneurship support mechanism in HEIs, and to carry out the SUPER Toolkit and Training Test and Validation.

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