On February 5-6, 2020, the fourth and last seminar for project partners, organized by Harju County Entrepreneurship and Development Consultancy, took place in Tallinn.

During the first day of the seminar, there was a discussion about the future of the project and the potential for achieving lasting value of the results. The role of the mentor and whether he / she should participate in the innovation process together with the mentee was also discussed. It has been argued that in some situations the mentee needs new and fresh perspectives that the mentor could provide. Very often the mentor is the first person the mentee can open up to, so it is important that the mentor is well prepared for this.

Many extremely important conclusions regarding the development of the project have been developed. Strategic roadmaps at national level should be seen as "business plans" for the future which should include potential funding opportunities. The essence of creating a culture that allows failure was emphasized, reducing the effect of the common taboo of crisis and potential bankruptcy.

After the joint workshop, each country presented its first draft roadmaps for business capacity building. There have been many discussions about the future of the project and the potential for more lasting value in the results.




Supporting partners

  • Restart Svendborg
  • Ministry of Agriculture Lithuania
  • Bundesministerium fur Wirtschaft und Energie
  • Dolny Śląsk
  • Fundacja Firmy Rodzinne
  • Nacionalines Pletros Institutas
  • Team Restart