• Northern European pupils have acquired practical foreign business experiences within the framework of an international project

    11 June 2018

    The international business education project "Central Baltic Student Enterprises without Borders" (CBEwB) is completed and within it pupils from Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia have established more than 50 international joint ventures and participated in international fairs and innovation camps in the project countries.

  • EE-HUB round table in Budapest – towards a more cohesive and entrepreneurial Europe

    08 June 2018

    On 4 June, JA Europe organised a Round Table in Budapest in the old Treasury Hall of the Ministry of Finance. The event gathered around 60 representatives from Ministries, the business community and education institutions. Andrea Bocskor, Hungarian MEP and MEP Ambassador of the EE-HUB opened the event, and was followed by Dr. György László Secretary of State for Economic Strategy and Regulation of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology of Hungary.

  • Bloomberg joins forces with JA Europe to increase entrepreneurial spirit among students

    08 June 2018

    For the second consecutive year, Bloomberg and Junior Achievement (JA) Europe are partnering to equip more than 1500 students with an entrepreneurial mindset and offer them the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of around 75 Bloomberg employees.

  • JA Europe and The Alliance for Youth are working together to teach young people the soft skills so hard to find by CEOs

    24 May 2018

    In recent years, numerous surveys about the future of work have been trying to identify key skills for tomorrow’s jobs. There is a clear consensus on the fact that industry leaders were unsure if they could actually find these skills even though they conceded that it is precisely these skills that are critical to tomorrow’s business success. A vast majority of CEOs say that even today they struggle to find recruits with the levels of creativity and skills in innovation their businesses need.

  • SCI-TECH Challenge - Young Europeans make the supply chains more sustainable

    17 May 2018

    •    The 9th European final of the Sci-Tech Challenge, organised by JA Europe and ExxonMobil, took place on 17 May 2018 in Brussels. This year’s theme was logistics, more specifically building a European supply chain taking into account the environmental impact.
    •    Among the five teams (international teams from Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and Romania), the winning team was identified during an award ceremony held at the Solvay Library in Brussels.
    •    The team developed a highly-innovative approach to transportation networks for supplying food, clothing and furniture by using renewable energy such as hybrid trains and trucks using biofuels; solar panel and wind turbines.

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