The Bulgarian partner on the InToGeneration project participated with its own booth within the Healthy and wealthy festival which was held during the second weekend of June, in the South Park, Sofia. More than 90 exhibitors including small and medium sized enterprises, food and food supplements manufactures, young entrepreneurs, workshop owners, etc. participated with their own exhibition spaces. The INTERPROJECTS representatives were also among the exhibitors, and the InToGeneration project was introduced through its dissemination materials and, of course, during informal presentations and conversations with the numerous visitors of the booth. During the two days of the festival, the organizers of the event also organized accompanying program with thematic presentations, informative lectures and fun games. All of them were related to the active and healthy way of living and entrepreneurship and creative thinking were an accent during the two day festival. The main conclusion we can draw from the event was that young people should be thought in entrepreneurship thinking and managerial skills from early childhood. The learning program of the InToGeneration project was very well received by the audience and some of the participants requested to use the learning modules as a part of their internal company trainings. This festival was a great illustration of how fun and informal activities can help develop the business and the entrepreneurship.

 

The Project offers to micro-SMEs

  • Current situation in the field of family management and business practices.
  • A curriculum and training material that follows a case study approach through which, successors can learn via handy examples, concepts and business practices.
  • A portable self-assessment service through Android based mobile application which facilitates successful business transfer and exchange of best practices between micro-SMEs. 
  • Testing phase and results with 150 micro-SMEs in Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Spain and Turkey.