Intergenerational Entrepreneurship – International Seminar @ Donostia, Spain

Venue

TKNIKA, ZamalbideAuzoa, 20100 Errenteria, Gipuzkoa, 00 34 943 08 29 00

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Intergenerational Entrepreneurship International Seminar

Wednesday 5th October 2016, Donostia-San Sebastián

Aims: Share the results and the good practices of the Intgen European Project. Create awareness of the need to promote political and social cross-generational initiatives that facilitate the passing on of experience and culture between senior and junior members of the business community. Promote intergenerational sharing of know-how as a tool for the development of countries, the creation of youth employment and social consensus as a driving force behind human progress.

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Asteazkena, 2016ko urriak 5, Donostia-San Sebastián

Helburua: Ezagutzera ematea Europako Intgen Proiektuaren emaitzak eta partekatzea Praktika Egokiak eta belaunaldi artean kolaborazio politika eta gizarte ekintzak sustatzeko beharra, Seniorren eta Gazteen arteko esperientzia eta kultura transferentzia errazteko, herrialdeen garapenerako, gazteen enpleguaren sustapenerako eta gizarte kohesiorako baliabide modura, giza garapenaren motorra izateko asmoz.

Seminario Internacional del Emprendimiento Intergeneracional

Miércoles 5 de octubre 2016, Donostia - San Sebastián

Objetivo: Compartir los resultados y las Buenas Prácticas del Proyecto Europeo Intgen y dar a conocer la necesidad de promover acciones políticas y sociales de colaboración intergeneracional que faciliten la transferencia de experiencia y cultura entre Seniors y Jóvenes como herramienta para el desarrollo de los países,  fomento del empleo juvenil y de la cohesión social como motor del desarrollo humano.

Programme

Part 1

Sharing the results and good practices of the Intgen European Project


08:30 – 09:15

Registration of attendees and distribution of documentation


09:30 – 09:45

Welcome Iñaki Mujika, Manager, TKNIKA and address from TKNIKA (Centre for Research and Innovation in Vocational Training) (Basque and Spanish)
Address, Bittor Arias, Internationalization Manager (English)
Manager TKNIKA


09:45 – 10:15

  • “Introduction to the INTGEN project”, Panagiotis G. Anastassopoulos, p-consulting
  • “Introduction to the INTGEN E-learning course”, Matthew Finch, Bath College

10:15 – 11:00

Best Practices from international experiences in cross-generational mentoring:

  • United Kingdom, Anji Henderson from Small Business Focus, “Meet the Mentor”, video (10´ in English)
  • Finland, Ana Timonen from Haaga-Helia, 2 videos from students in Start Up SChool (10´ in English)
  • Greece, Panagiotis G. Anastassopoulos & Charitini – Maria Skoulidi from p-consulting, video from mentee ”Entrepreneuship: From idea to reallity” (5’ in Greek with subtitles in English), video from entrepreneur ”The role of mentor” (2’ in English)

Spain, Intgen Pilot “Mentees in Start Up Businesses” (10´ in Spanish)


11:00 – 11:30

Hamaiketako/Recess (Coffee break)


PART 2
ADDRESSES by senior business representatives from NGOs, junior members of the business community, The European Forum for Vocational Training, the Centre for Research and Innovation in Vocational Training and Associations for Business People


Create awareness of the need to promote political and social intergenerational initiatives that facilitate the passing on of experience and culture between senior and junior members of the business community. Promote intergenerational sharing of know-how as a tool for the development of countries, the creation of youth employment and social consensus as a driving force behind human progress.


INNOVATION AS SEEN BY:

 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS


11:30 – 11:50 CESES (Secot) Confederation of European Senior Expert Services (European level)

 Jacques Van Egten–CESES President (English) “The value of co-operation between senior and junior members of the business community, and the need to promote political and social cross-generational strategies that generate and facilitate the passing on of experience and culture between these two groups.”


12:50 – 12:10 SECOT Senior volunteers in business consultancy (National level) Lucila Gómez de Baeza Tinturé- Founder and President- SECOT  “The senior members of the community can make an important contribution to your company”


 12:10 – 12:30   Janet Dabbs, Age UK Chief Executive (regional ) ‘How Age Uk helps Active Ageing  (In English)


STARTUP COMPANIES working to improve quality of life


12:30 – 12:45       Marijo Moreno, from ERROTU, a recently incorporated architectural company that designs user friendly environments.


12:45 – 13:00       Estefania Rodríguez, NORTLAN-“Ethical Social Insurance”. Participant in the Intgen Permanent Learning Course and first prize winner for the best business idea Angel López, Estefanía’s mentor during the Intgen course.


THE EUROPEAN NATIONAL AND REGIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR EDUCATION


13:00 – 13:20    Peter Hodgson (former Efvet President) European Forum for Vocational Education and Training. “Entrepreneurship as a European priority for the creation of employment”. The European Strategic Plan for job creation (European Level)


13:20  – 13:40 Inge Gorostiaga & Leire Zuberok, TKNIKA “The Basque Strategic Plan for the Creation of Employment”, Ikasenpresa and Urrats bat Programmes (Regional Level)


THE BUSINESSPEOPLE’S ASSOCIATION


13:40 – 14:00   Patxi Sasigain, Director, Competitiveness and Innovación, Adegi (The Gipuzkoa Business people’s Association) “Population Growth Forecasts and Their Consequences for Employment Needs”


14:00 – 14:20   Questions and Closing Remarks – Evaluation


14:20 – 15:30    Drinks and tapas


15:45 Return to Donostia-San Sebastián by BUS


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