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    Germany 15 minutes of fame Germany 15 minutes of fame Presentation Transcript

    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. THE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE ON INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP COPIE’S ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL ENTERPRISE PLANS – THE COPIE TOOLKIT “A network of people actively involved in opening up entrepreneurship to all parts of society”
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. Key facts about COPIE – ESF Learning Network; approved by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion in April 2009; running till May 2012 – Common goal: Transformation of the policy environment so that entrepreneurship becomes a natural choice for people from all walks of life – Builds upon experience of the EU Community Initiative EQUAL and the results of a COPIE pilot initiative from 2006 – 2008 – 10 national and regional partners across Europe
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. The COPIE partners Lead partner: Germany, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Core partners: Asturias (Spain) Regional Ministry of Industry and Employment, since May 2011: Regional Ministry of Economy and Employment Czech Republic Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Flanders (Belgium) ESF Agency of Flanders Spain Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Partners: Andalucía (Spain) Regional Ministry of Employment Extremadura (Spain) Regional Ministry of Equality and Employment Galicia (Spain), Regional Ministry of Economy and Industry (BIC Galicia), Regional Ministry of Labour, Regional Ministry of Treasure Lithuania, Ministry of Social Security and Labour Wallonia (Belgium), ESF Agency French-Speaking Belgium
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. The objectives of COPIE Transformation of the policy environment so that entrepreneurship is a natural choice for people from all walks of life Create a supportive environment for entrepreneurship education ° Map strength and weaknesses of support structures ° Improve governance through integrated action plans ° Ensure high-quality systems and set up appropriate standards ° Provide template for linked up regional / national support Increase the capacity of core support structures to deliver a truly inclusive finance system.
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. Way of working – Sequence of exchange events for members of the working groups – Design of action plans in participating regions – Testing of action plans in participating regions and implanting the lessons of the transnational exchange process – Communication and dissemination of learning
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. The result: A COPIE Toolkit for Inclusive Entrepreneurship Stage 1: Application of diagnostic tool to map the strengths and weaknesses of existing regional or national entrepreneurship structures. Stage 2: Design of inclusive entrepreneurship policies by using a joint action planning methodology which promotes active stakeholder engagement. Stage 3: Implementation of effective support interventions in key priority areas of entrepreneurship support. These include: • entrepreneurship education; • quality management for start-up and business advice; • integrated business support; • access to finance.
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. The COPIE Toolkit in detail DEVELOP AN INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP REGIONAL/NATIONAL POLICY FRAMEWORK • map strength/weaknesses • develop concrete action plans IMPROVE THE CURRENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE COPIE Tool: COPIE Diagnosis Tool COPIE Tool: Entrepreneurship Education Diagnosis Tool Priority Area: Entrepreneurship Education COPIE Tool: Finland ESF Entrepreneurship Case Study Priority Area: Quality Management / Integrated Business Support COPIE Tool: COPIE Resources map COPIE Tool: COPIE skills requirements survey for business advisor COPIE Tool: COPIE Business Advisor Profiling COPIE Tool: COPIE Business Advisor Self- help guide COPIE Tool: Business Advisor Training Modules Priority Area: Access to Finance COPIE Tool: Manual on Access to Finance for ESF Managing Authorities ENGAGE WITH STAKEHOLDERS COPIE Tool: Action planning: How to create a common vision COPIE Tool: Action planning: How to agree an evaluation strategy COPIE Tool: Action planning: How to build an integrated campaign COPIE Tool: Action planning: How to plan for a legacy COPIE Tool: COPIE Business Advisor Passport
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. Areas of implementation / further interest Action PlanningAction Planning COPIE European Tool Quality ManagementQuality Management Access to FinanceAccess to Finance Enterprise EducationEnterprise Education Integrated Business Support Integrated Business Support 18 geographic locations across Europe since 2007 Flanders, Wallonia, Asturias and the Czech Republic; additional member: Germany Germany, Galicia, Extremadura, Andalusia, Spain; additional partners: Rhineland-Palatinate, Region of Brandenburg Czech Republic, Germany, Flanders, Lithuania and Spain; additional partners: European Microfinance Network (EMN), Calabria, Latvia, Lombardy, Sardinia, Greece, Basilicata Spain and Flanders; additional partners: Finland, Lower Saxony Asturias, Galicia, Czech Republic ; additional partners: Kaunas region
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. AtF Manual • „Designing microfinance operations in the EU – How to build and implement microfinance support programmes using the ESF“ • Structure: – Step-by-step approach (policy cycle inclusive entrepreneurship) – Examples/good practice (Lithuania, Germany, Belgium, Latvia, Sardinia, Calabria, Lombardy, Basilicata) – Current funding programmes
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. AtF Manual CONTENT a)Identifying the place of the inclusive entrepreneurship policy in relation to other active labour market policies: 1. Agenda setting 2. Creating a shared vision/mobilising key stakeholders 3. Ex-ante evaluation 4. Formulation of integrated strategy for inclusive entrepreneurship; b)Defining the place of microfinance in the inclusive entrepreneurship strategy: 5. Organising the professional management of a microfinance scheme 6. How to select a fund manager and financial intermediaries c)Organising the implementation of the scheme: 7. Establishing synergies between financial and non-financial support schemes 8. Ensuring schemes are reaching out and meeting the needs of specific target groups 9. Quality of microfinance institutions and services
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. The COPIE Toolkit is of specific relevance for member states and regions when addressing entrepreneurship, business creation and self-employment as policy options to promote employment and social inclusion in their National Reform Plans, and the ESF and ERDF OPs. This is with the perspective of making better use of ESF/ERDF in the current OPs, and of using the dedicated investment priorities in the new Structural Funds programmes. In summary..
    • This action is running under ‘Learning for Change – Setting up Learning Networks under the ESF 2007-2013’ and receives funding by the European Commission. More information on the COPIE Toolkit and download at www.cop-ie.eu