MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Germany –
Source: Federal Ministry for economic Affairs and energy
02.06.2020 – Press Release – Business Start-Up
On 4. June 2020, the first digital regional dialogue of the nationwide Foundation initiative “GO!” to be held in Erfurt, Germany. It is organized by the German Federal Ministry for economic Affairs and energy (BMWi), the RKW competence centre and the Thuringian centre for start-UPS and entrepreneurship (ThEx). Due to the event restrictions, the regional dialogue will take place for the first time purely digital and will be broadcast live on the Internet. In the exchange with actors of the Thuringian start-up scene challenges and opportunities of the Corona-crisis for founders and Start-identifies the ups. Examples of successful Start-ups from the Region of Erfurt as Dashbike, rooomAG and technology contor to encourage would-be entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurship encourage.In the regional dialogue, the results of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report, Germany will be presented to 2019/20. For 2019, the report recorded the best value for start-UPS since the beginning of the survey 20 years ago.This Marco wall joke, the Federal government Commissioner for the new Federal States: “the latest Figures from The founding events in Germany in 2019, demonstrating impressively that a change in culture in favour of entrepreneurial self-employment in progress. As a result of the Corona pandemic, many companies, founders and Start-ups are faced with enormous challenges. That is why it is important to strengthen the entrepreneurial spirit and also to identify opportunities that are also under changed framework conditions for start-UPS.“The event is aimed at company founders, entrepreneurs, Start-ups, self-employed, entrepreneurial support, as well as all other Interested parties. Program and registration for the event at: rkw.link/regionaldialog04062020. Following the regional dialogue of experts in the Thüringer aufbaubank via a Hotline will answer questions of the Participants.Further information on the establishment of an offensive “GO!” see www.existenzgruender.de/DE/GO/inhalt.html.
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