Veröffentlicht: Dienstag, 31. Juli 2012 12:17
Geschrieben von Iolanda Tovar
1st European EoC Summer School – “Towards a Bridging Economy”: All the news!
Preparations are underway for the Summer School that is taking place from Sept. 11-18 at the little City of Arco-Iris near Lisbon, Portugal. Here are the latest news.
Registration has re-opened. June 15, at closing of registrations, the number of those registered exceeded expectations: however, other requests kept arriving and therefore, in order to respond positively, registration was re-opened. There are only a dozen seats available: those interested are asked to hurry! To register you will need to fill out the online form clicking here.
From European to Intercontinental. As of today, the 70 people registered come from 20 different countries – Spain, France, England, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Rep. of Slovakia, Serbia, Macedonia, Syria, Philippines, Thailand, China, Angola, Argentina, Cuba, Brazil, and Portugal. The greater majority are young students but also entrepreneurs between the ages of 19 – 32, just starting out in the business world, as well as workers.
Veröffentlicht: Freitag, 30. März 2012 17:38
Geschrieben von Adriana Mendes
From 12 - 15 July, the School is open to all those interested in the EoC in all of South America
Communion, Creativity and Passion for a New Economy
There is great movement in all of the Brazilian EoC Commission in preparation for the EoC School of South America, to be held from 12 - 15 July 2012 at Igarassu-PE. The “continental distances” are not an obstacle: technology brings everyone close and via Skype conferencing from every part of the nation, each one is a builder of this program, in deciding the particular logistics and, above all, in guaranteeing that the School be an expression of the existing reality. Many are the youth involved in all of this fervour.
The School is aimed at young adults: business people, students, scholars and professionals from all of South America. It aspires to first of all be a space to exchange ideas and experiences lived out. By “young business people,” we mean both all of those who have been part of the project in these last few years and those who are at the beginning of their business venture.