The Chamber promoted youth entrepreneurship at the “Digital skill-up!” training week.

The “Digital skill-up!” training week was organised in the framework of the Erasmus+ project “Transforming COVID-19 into an opportunity: new inclusive digital jobs and training for in the creative sector”. From 25 to 29 October, participants received practical training on content creation for digital media 

On 28 October, the Chamber had the opportunity to meet the participants online and explain the projects that are currently open for young people to develop their entrepreneurial skills and business ideas: 

  • Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, a European exchange programme that allows young or future entrepreneurs to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other countries.  
  • MobiliseSME, a pilot programme that seeks to strengthen the skills and capacity building of SMEs through temporary exchanges of staff, managers, owners or employees of SMEs. 
  • StartCraft, a training programme for craft entrepreneurs. 


The Chamber is grateful for the invitation to YouthProacktiv and looks forward to continuing collaborating with them to promote entrepreneurship among young people. 

 If you would like to know more about any of the programmes, please contact: 

  • Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, Soraya Bravo: erasmus4youngentrepreneurs@e 
  • MobiliseSME, Noelia Sánchez:  
  • StartCraft, Soraya Bravo: