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2021-11-02 ASAF News

Entrepreneurship Webinar in English now on 4 November 2021

On 4 November from 17:00-19:00 CEST there will be an ASAF webinar on Entrepreneurship. The original date has been postpone to this one.

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Between the famous giants like Facebook and Google, there are numerous tech-start-ups that are popping up in every urban area of the world. Self-employment, self-made enterprises, and the concept of entrepreneurship has become a new economic and political paradigm. But fundamentally, entrepreneurs, regardless of sector or business-size, solve economic problems, for which other actors are willing to pay them.

To get a first overview, to know the current key entrepreneurial concepts and to trigger a self-assessment for becoming an entrepreneur, the webinar will try to touch all aspects influencing this employment model.

Webinar objective

  • Analyse the entrepreneurial personality and self-assessment
  • Acquire key vocabulary and be able to navigate between the current main concepts influencing the entrepreneurial scene
  • Know how to conceptualise your own entrepreneurial ideas in a quick way
  • Option to be validated: be inspired by the experience of a Togolese entrepreneur

Overview of the content

  • Self-assessment of the entrepreneurial personality via a mini-questionnaire in preparation before the webinar
  • Introduction to the vocabulary of the sector
  • Definition of key areas and aspects of entrepreneurship
  • Presentation of current key concepts, including Design Thinking, LEAN-approach & Business Model Canvas (BMC)
  • Practical development of an entrepreneurial idea of the participants according to the BMC
  • Option to be validated: Invitation of a Togolese entrepreneur to receive a real example and exchange.
  • Validation of take-aways


If you are interested, please fill in the application form here: EUSurvey - Survey (

The deadline for signing up is Tuesday 2 November at 14:00 CEST.

Germany, Cologne, 29 October 2021

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