The EMEN project final publication
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In recent years, interest in support for migrant entrepreneurship in Europe has grown. While some obstacles to the development of enterprises are shared by those experienced by non-migrants, many are specifically faced by migrant entrepreneurs, hindering growth. These challenges are of particular interest for the EMEN project, which aims to create a supportive ecosystem to reduce the obstacles to the fair and sustainable development of migrant enterprises.
As a result of the 3-year learning process derived from all the peer-to-peer exchanges with the EMEN and the three Communities of Practices (CoP) members, the project has produced a final publication Inclusive Ecosystems: towards a comprehensive support scheme for migrant entrepreneurs in Europe.
In this report, EMEN explains why the different components of a supportive ecosystem are needed and how they can be improved, as well as provide a selection of good examples currently supporting migrant entrepreneurs. In addition, the learning approach followed by EMEN is presented, as well as the techniques for ensuring its success, in order to encourage peer-to-peer exchanges among key actors sharing the same concern, interest or goal.