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06.04.2018

The Self Management Initiative Leipzig SMILE supports small local craft businesses

On 1 April 2018, the project "Craft Businesses as a Driver of Innovation in the Region of Meissen" started. The project will be part of the new federal program "WIR! - Transition through Innovation in the Region". The aim is to retain and attract young professionals and to support innovation within small craft businesses.

The project will be developed by the following partners: Kreishandwerkerschaft Meißen, Creative Saxony, The Self Management Initiative Leipzig SMILE, Qualifizierungszentrum Riesa, Staatliche Studienakademie Riesa, CONOSCOPE GmbH.

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29.12.2019

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14.08.2019

AGEA Summer School 2019

The African German Entrepreneurship Academy (AGEA) is conducting an Entrepreneurship Summer School with participants from Ghana, Rwanda and Germany in Rwanda, from 5th-15th of August 2019. Check out the link to see a short video![more]

29.07.2019

SEPT Summerschool on "Regional Strength & International Presence (RSIP)"

Within the framework of our project "Regional Strength & International Presence” a summer school for start-ups and founders takes place in Leipzig from 29.7.2019 to 9.8.2019. The summer school is offered for programmers...[more]

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22.07.2019

SEPT Certified Innovation Manager Training in Costa Rica

The International SEPT Program and iN4iN implemented a Certified Innovation Manager Training in Costa Rica. The training was organized with the support of our local partner, Universidad Técnica Nacional. The event occurred during...[more]

08.07.2019

Call-extension for the upcoming alumni conference

"Evaluation of Development Interventions - Current Debates, Methods, and Best Practices"[more]

04.07.2019

Online Marketing Challenge 2019 – the winners

Gaining new international customers: With this goal, nine teams started the Online Marketing Challenge 2019 in April. The team of Freiberg company "Westernbedarf Hartmut Halang" together with the students Frederico...[more]