“We are all entrepreneurs; only too few people get to practice it”
Everybody can learn to practice entrepreneurship, and do so in various contexts and ecosystems.
This is the premise under which Warehouse Coworking Factory dedicates projects to entrepreneurial education, also to address the issue of local and EU youth unemployment.
Young people need to have access to experiences and training which are relevant to the needs of the new labour market and to find effective routes into employment and into self-employment.
Thus in the past three years Wh team has developed new learning formats and methodologies supportive of peer to peer, collaborative and experiential learning
Collaboration across sectors and cultures is an asset and added value of all projects and services we develop at Warehouse Coworking Factory
For example, the experiential GET OUT THERE packages we designed and developed with the support of our mentors, allow early stage entrepreneurs coming from other Countries to go through an intensive experience within the ecosystem of our community, interacting with peers, learning and growing their skills and competences, working to develop their projects, and experiencing our Country and, in particular, our Region.