e-Book: Unlocking Youth Potential

Young Adults: 18 - 30

For young adults aged 18 to 30, the activities are meticulously designed to nurture skills and competencies that pave the way for successful entry into the workforce.




Business Model Canvas: Value Proposition And Customer Segment

This activity provides a valuable way to raise awareness about the connection between personal finance decisions and their ecological footprint.

Circular Economy - Roleplay

This activity introduces participants to the entrepreneurial mindset by showing a TEDx video about the journey of a young entrepreneur.

Ethical Entrepreneurship Challenge: Crafting A Sustainable Business Model For Positive Impact

This activity focuses on understanding and drawing inspiration from successful social enterprises, particularly emphasizing youth entrepreneurship.

Financial Management: A Tool for Organizations of Any Type!

A lemonade stand business idea is a small business venture activity that involves selling lemonade to customers in a local area.

Generating Social Entrepreneurial Ideas Starting By A Problem

This activity inspires creativity through play and curiosity. By considering two different ordinary objects, players are challenged to combine them into a brand new product.

How About Social Business

The participants, divided into small groups, will have the task of creating a strategy to protect an egg from breaking when it’s dropped from a specific height.

Marketing as an Ally of Entrepreneurs

This activity aims to teach participants about entrepreneurship, sustainability and upcycling through the SCAMPER method.

Social Entrepreneurship: Securing a Better World Through Business

In this activity the participants will have the chance to reflect on possible ideas for business that they could start.

The European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework

The participants divided in small teams will have to match the SDGs with the social enterprises presented.

WORLD CAFFE - Social Entrepreneurship and International Volunteering

Starting from understanding what social problems are, the participants will hear about social entrepreneurs that created successful businesses and finally they will investigate possible ideas for social enterprises that could give answers to a specific problem: a beach full of litter.