The Edward de Bono Institute, University of Malta, is proud to be a member of an international community called the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), a collection of partnerships, programs and initiatives in 170 countries, aimed at helping people unleash their ideas and turn them into promising new ventures. Ranging from efforts to inspire and educate nascent entrepreneurs, to advancing research and policies that create environments conducive to starting and growing firms, GEN operates in all types of economies and cultures, facilitating knowledge sharing on how to help entrepreneurs create jobs, accelerate innovation and strengthen economic stability around the world.
If you are somehow involved in the Maltese entrepreneurship ecosystem, we would like to invite you to join the GEN community by creating a profile here. This platform has been established to support the development of local and international collaborations between various stakeholders including entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, investors and policy makers. Upon joining the GEN community, you will be able to register as an official Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) partner, list your entrepreneurship events and initiatives, and gain access to an extended local and international network of like-minded professionals. With your involvement, we aim to build GEN Malta into a hub that strengthens and streamlines our growing entrepreneurship ecosystem by minimising overlaps and maximising the impact of our various efforts. For further details on how to join GEN, please contact Dr Leonie Baldacchino.