Meet the Junior Enterprise network at JEWC 2014!

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Dear Junior Entrepreneur, meet Alex! He is a student willing to go the extra mile for his education in the field of work which he wants to join and ace.

Alex is very open-minded; he often travels to places he has never been to and is on the look for events to inspire him. He finds interesting meeting other people and other points of view. Alex is not the type to settle for average, he has very high standards and in his professional field he often looks for extra information on shared platforms and social media, where he connects with other specialists from around the world.

Alex will become an entrepreneur, or will bring his entrepreneurial skills at his workplace, successfully solving the challenges thrown at him.

Do you recognise Alex? Two years ago he joined a Junior Enterprise. He is one of you!

The Junior Enterprise World Conference is the biggest event of the global Junior Enterprise Network. It is not an opportunity that comes by easy, as the event is organised only once every two years alternating between Europe and Brazil. Let us tell you that luck has been bestowed upon you! This is a JEWC year! Organised between the 7th and 10th of August, the event will take place in the beautiful city of Geneva, Switzerland.

Geneva is the third city, in terms of importance, when it comes to Public Affairs, being the perfect host for reuniting such a rich and diverse network. 500 participants, representing countries from all over the world are expected: Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Romania, Netherlands, USA, Brazil, Tunisia, Morocco, Mexico, Chile and many others!

Organised around the theme of “Designing an entrepreneurial venture”, the event will give the opportunity to attend to dynamic conferences and exciting workshops.

Register now at JEWC 2014 to:

Network, exchange and build partnerships with 500 Junior Entrepreneurs from all over the world;

Meet our international guests coming from diverse environments:  global organisations, entrepreneurs, companies, European institutions, academia … you name it!

Receive access to conferences and workshops which will help you shape your skills;

Come and meet Alex at the Junior Enterprise World Conference 2014! See you there!


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