Tag Archive for entrepreneurship

ACTive Local of the Month of March AEGEE-Cagliari: “We Put Passion In Everything!”

Last March, AEGEE-Cagliari organised a seminar on entrepreneurship, giving students the necessary knowledge to start their own start-up. For this reason, they were chosen as the ACTive Local of the Month. We spoke to Francesca Zorcolo, President of the local, to find out more!   ACT: Congratulations! As we would like to get to know this month’s winner, could you tell us a bit… Read more →

Lobbying with AEGEE – 24h in the life of a Policy Officer

The work of a Policy Officer involves a lot of reading — lengthy study and survey reports, lofty European Commission publications, and repetitive online discussions — but every now and then something more exciting comes along as well. One of those moments was the first lobbying meeting of the Dutch Youth Council on Education for sustainability, followed the next day… Read more →

A tale of two young entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur [ˌɒntɹəpɹəˈnɜː] n., a person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit. Such says the Oxford Dictionary, but what exactly are these people? And are they only in it for the money? More in general, an entrepreneur is somebody who takes advantage of a gap in the market. These gaps occur… Read more →