The message is that in order to return to growth and higher levels of employment, Europe needs more entrepreneurs. With four million new jobs created every year, new companies, especially small and medium sized enterprises, create the most new jobs in Europe.
With that in mind, European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani, responsible for entrepreneurship and industry, presented an action plan on Wednesday to support entrepreneurs and revolutionise entrepreneurial culture in Europe. The plan stresses the key role of education and training to nurture new generations of entrepreneurs, and includes specific measures to help budding entrepreneurs among young people, women, seniors, migrants, and the unemployed.
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