About SENSES project
Recent years have seen a burgeoning interest in social enterprises across Europe, however, still relatively little is known about the skillsets start-up and scale-up social entrepreneurs acquire to run a small firms well as to get familiar with the market and its actors across the Danube region. Therefore, SENSES project aims to create a transnational network of social enterprises (SEs), socially responsible traditional businesses, financial investors, policymakers, academia that will jointly promote an innovative social enterprise model and social innovation for the sustainable economic development of the Danube region.

Among other outputs, SENSES delivers a 60 hours long blended training programme co-designed with corporate professionals as well as personalized mentoring. Moreover, SENSES helps creating social enterprises bilateral and multilateral market-based co-operations with public and private sector actors. Results will jointly contribute to develop self-sustaining SEs with commercially viable business models that focus directly on propagating effective solutions at grassroots level.

An optional 4 hours long on-site training for each module gives the trainees an opportunity to get personal guidance of a competent trainer. The trainees could focus on the problems of their own social enterprise, ask questions and for advice, share their knowledge and perspective with their fellow trainees. Through the group sessions they could create collaborative understanding with their peers from different professional backgrounds, and together they could develop social innovation ideas and plans for implementation.

SENSES is available in:
  • Hungary
  • Slovakia
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovenia
  • Austria
  • Croatia
  • Romania
  • Serbia
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