The Network for Migrant Entrepreneurs to Scale Up and Grow (M-UP)

aims to promote and seek to new opportunities for creation and growth of migrant enterprises, through the participation of public and private actors from 10 different countries.

Meet Semir Sakic

“Even through difficult times you always have to stick to your dream. If you want to be successful, you have to work hard and fight for it. Never give up!”

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Semir Sakic

Semir Sakic

Semir Sakic's story in Germany began, like so many others, starting with flight from a war. At the age of six, he fled with his family in an old VW bus from his home village Prijepolje in Serbia across many borders to Germany. He has been living in Offenbach ever...

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Judith Berns on Refugee Entrepreneurial Intent

Judith Berns on Refugee Entrepreneurial Intent

“Killing two birds with one stone” is the title of the thesis written by Judith Berns which addresses extensively the refugee entrepreneurial intent in the Netherlands and proposes innovative solutions to the issue.

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Fast Lane to the Labour Market and VET, State of the Art Reports

The ‘Fast Lane to the Labour Market’ project offers an innovative approach for the problem of integrating refugees into the labour market. With its approach being both integrative and co-operational, based on the principles of Work-based learning (WBL), ECVET as well...

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Upcoming Event: Migrant Entrepreneurship in Practice

28th and 29th September in Amsterdam

The members of MAGNET and EMEN-UP as part of the EU COSME program would like to invite you to our conference “Migrant Entrepreneurship Support in Practice”.

This website is part of the project Network for Migrant Entrepreneurs to Scale Up and Grow — EMEN-UP (no. 764398) which has received funding from the European Union’s COSME Programme (2014-2020)

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