The objective of the EE.HUB
The objective is to develop a pan-European entrepreneurial learning initiative bringing together existing European and national expertise, in line with proposals included in the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan. This action encourages and supports networking of policy makers and experts across Europe with a strong interest in the development of entrepreneurship education at EU level. Activities will have a strong focus on policymaking and on stimulating further developments based on learning from existing best practices and on sharing information.
- Experts - are invited to join the network by the EE-HUB Steering Group because of their commitment to entrepreneurial learning and their engagement with organisations, sister networks in the field or with national/regional governments. They contribute directly and have specific tasks within the 5 work streams of the EE-HUB. Full list of experts here. More about the EE-HUB membership criteria and selection process for experts here.
- MEP Ambassadors - are well-known advocates of improved entrepreneurship education policy in Europe. The MEPs in EE-HUB have committed to endorse and promote recommendations of EE-HUB through their policy work. Full list of MEP Ambassadors here.
- Partners - private sector partners that support the growth of entrepreneurship education in Europe through their participation in the EE-HUB. Full list of partners here.
- Forum - forum members are knowledgeable individuals volunteering to contribute to the policy dialogues coming out of EE-HUB. They are invited by the Steering Group in order to engage and include as much expertise as possible from Europe's rich and diverse entrepreneurship education community.