JA Lithuania launched a campaign on the way to the National Company Programme final and the European Entrepreneurship Festival Gen-E 2022. 10 different regional student companies‘ eXpos took place all across Lithuania and gathered more than 300+ student companies to present their business progress. One of these eXpos has been visited by the First Lady of Lithuania Mrs Diana Nausediene. The best 10 regional student companies are qualified for the National final that will take place at the end of May.
The Trade Fair will take place at the main station of Zurich – the busiest railway station in the country with over 300,000 commuters per day.
Date of event: Friday, 3rd June until Saturday, 4th June 2022!
To sign up, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org until Tuesday, 3rd May 2022!
To learn, please refer to the brochure here!
The 8th edition of “Your finances, your future” programme is starting! The financial literacy programme implemented by Junior Achievement Spain in collaboration with the Spanish Banking Association (AEB) and the Foundation AEB will be carried out until June. More than 6,300 students from all over Spain will participate in this edition in which more than 300 educational programmes will be taught by banking professionals. Since its launch in 2014, more than 46,500 students have been trained in this programme thanks to the involvement of more than 3,700 volunteers.
The Company of the Year event once again inspires schools and students in Finland.
Hundreds of JA companies are taking part in the events which are organized within a cool virtual environment.
Each regional event features a great live show with interesting artists and speakers and the young participants are presenting great and even surprising business ideas!
To learn more, visit here!
The annual marketplace for student companies took place on the 12-13th of February in two of the main shopping centres in Estonia. Around 260 student companies participated from all around the country and beyond – Georgian students were also invited and got an international selling experience.
During these two intense days, student companies managed to approach the turnover of 15,500€.
But, what were they selling? Products varied from sustainable design and healthy snacks to self-development board games and useful sports equipment.
To learn more, visit here!
With the support of Mrs Martina Dlabajova, a Czech member of the European Parliament, a JA Top Logo competition was held for the best visual identity of the student companies. The first round of the competition took place at the regional level. Subsequently, the regional winners competed in the national finals. Students submitted their companies’ logo and 30″ commercial for their product. Over 100 judges selected the winner: a student company from Prague.
Learn more at here!