European skills development systems do converge, but with still a long way to go, while early indications suggest that the coronavirus pandemic has been delaying unhindered transfer of skills to the labor market.
The event was opened by Lucía Cerón, Director of the Institute for Women and for Equal Opportunities, who stressed the importance of institutional and personal support for these kinds of initiatives in order to support and transform society so that
To enhance the number of women's business start-ups in Valencia region the EEA Grants co-financed transfer of knowledge and leading European best practices is ensured through the European Centre for Women and Technology.
More than 50 girls participated in the competition for the first Entrepregirl Award in Bulgaria. The Entrepregirl 2014 Award consists of a one-year scholarship in an aMBA program in the Business Institute Sofia
Winners of the European Women Innovators Award 2014. The 2014 year's winners of the EU Prize for Women Innovators are Saskia Biskup (Germany, first prize), Laura van 't Veer (The Netherlands, second prize), and Ana Maiques (Spain, third prize).