Tag Archives: Migrant entrepreneurship

Join MFC for 3 sessions during the European Microfinance Week 2018!

European Microfinance Week, organised by the European Microfinance Platform (e-MFP) in Luxembourg on 14 – 16 November, hosts high level and in-depth discussions by all sectors of the financial inclusion community working worldwide, especially in the south. The unparalleled three day event attracts leading experts, opinion-leaders and policy-makers to its plenaries and workshop sessions tackling front line topics. You’re invited!  As part ...

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Join “Migrant Entrepreneurship Support in Practice” Conference!

Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands Dates: September 27-28, 2018 Free Registration: Form Agenda: Download The MFC as a member of MAGNET (Migrant Acceleration for Growth Network) would like to invite you to the conference “Migrant Entrepreneurship Support in Practice”. The event is organised in coooperation with EMEN-UP as part of the EU COSME program. There is a growing awareness about the potential that migrant ...

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MAGNET: Join Networking and Sharing on Migrant Entrepreneurship

Are you interested in the topic of migrant entrepreneurship? Do you wonder if there are opportunities to support migrants’ businesses and what are the best practices? Join the Network for Migrant Entrepreneurship Support! The network aims at gathering European stakeholders active or interested in supporting entrepreneurial migrants. Microfinance Centre, together with other partners from MAGNET consortium  actively facilitate knowledge and experience sharing, advocacy and ...

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Migrant Acceleration for Growth Network

There is a growing body of evidence that (aspiring) migrant entrepreneurs require a different set of core competences to successfully set up and run their businesses in a changing society in dynamic economic and labour market circumstances. To address this challenge MFC, along with 7 European partners, kicks off a new project aimed at linking and training organisations supporting migrant ...

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