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Component 3


Branch networks

The building of branch networks will start with an analysis of the present situation in every participating region. The purpose is to see for which branches cross border could be relevant and how the female entrepreneurs are represented.

On the basis of this analysis the concept for trade and business cooperation workshops will be developed. Their purpose is to initiate cross-border knowledge and experience exchange between female entrepreneurs to support their business activities.

They are also the platform from which the cross-border network will be built and the participants to the success teams recruited. The workshops act as institutionalised meeting opportunities and as such will contribute to the continuity of the relations that will be established.

Read more about the analysis here:

Gender analysis of the present situation in Germany, Lithuania and Sweden - labour market, entrepreneurship, cross border exchange in trade and business cooperation
"Accurate connecting business potential across borders requires good knowledge of the situation of countries or regions that are about to cooperate. Statistical analysis is a tool that gives specific, unambiguous comparison of regions. Cross-border networks operate more smoothly if individual stakeholders in the networks know the socio-economic situation of the partners. It is also important to separate the gender dimension of these structures and processes. Targeting and supporting successful small and medium entrepreneurs cannot be gender blind".

The full report: Gender analysis_April_2012.pdf

Partner 4, Winnet Kronoberg, Sweden is component manager, but, like in all other components, all partners are involved.

 

 










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