Enter participated in the final conference of Mig.En.Cube project

The conference is a policy-practice-academic forum aiming to discuss entrepreneurial support initiatives and policy initiatives undertaken to diverse migrant entrepreneurs. It is organized as a two-day event: the first day is open to multi-stakeholder interaction, and the second day is focused on academic papers.

Dr. Alexandra David participated in a panel discussion and presented a paper on the question if Ukrainian refugees in Poland show a higher propensity to start a business than Ukrainian economic migrants. 

The conference reflected local public policies, international mobility and entrepreneurship. Parallel working groups debated theory and practice of inclusive entrepreneurial support as well as finance and institutions for thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems and designing inclusive entrenreneurial support programmes. 

All major stakeholders working on the topic were represented in Bologna. We take home new insights and stimulating discussions.


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