ABCD4ME – Project Update – Partner meeting in Dublin

Reflecting on Achievements: ABCD4ME’s Final Meeting in Dublin

April 4, 2024: A Day of Conclusion and Continuation

In the beautiful setting of Iconic Offices on Merrion Square, Dublin, representatives from various European nations gathered for the final project partner meeting of ABCD4ME Erasmus+ project, hosted by Innoquality Systems. The day was marked by a reflective atmosphere, tinged with anticipation for the future efforts in fostering migrant entrepreneurship.

A Gathering of Innovators

The meeting saw participation from all project partners involved including Lukas Brunbauer from Innoquality Systems who led the proceedings, Ümmühan Özbek representing the Governmentship of Istanbul with insights from Turkish initiatives, and Ingrid Trenner from KIST Consult who provided updates on digital training platforms. Jean-Michel Nzigiye of Le Monde des Possibles explored advanced educational strategies, and Sandra Hernández from INFODEF added to the discourse virtually from Spain, emphasizing the expansive reach of the training curriculum.

Strategic Discussions and Future Plans

The core of the meeting focused on reviewing the project’s outcomes and planning for the future exploitation of these results. Discussions detailed the successful creation and validation of tools like the Online Digital Database and the range of educational resources developed over the project’s lifespan. The partners engaged deeply on sustainability and dissemination strategies to ensure that the impacts of ABCD4ME continue to resonate and expand beyond the project’s conclusion.

Setting the Stage for Future Endeavors

As discussions unfolded, the partners also laid down strategies for maintaining the project’s momentum. This included systematic reviews of performance indicators and meticulous planning for the final report. The day emphasized not only the closure of this chapter but also the beginning of future initiatives that will build on the successful framework and collaborations established by ABCD4ME.

Conclusion: A Legacy of Inclusive Entrepreneurship

The final meeting was not merely an endpoint but a beacon for future collaborative efforts aimed at empowering migrant entrepreneurs across Europe. It celebrated the achievements of the ABCD4ME project and set the groundwork for subsequent initiatives that will continue to support and inspire entrepreneurial ventures.

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The Merrion Buildings hosted our final project meeting. Worth a visit anytime!

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