Innovate MeOut Hungary
Ideathon VET Balkans VET Forum and Solidarity Breakfast - Győr
19th-21th November 2021
K&H Ideathon 4.0
Ideathon is now in its 4th edition, with the collaboration of no less a professional partner than K&H. The team behind Ideathon is committed to not only competing with participants’ ideas, but also preparing them to take their ideas to the next level. That’s why Ideathon stands out from other idea competitions in the country, as participants can learn the basics of building a business, its pitfalls and how to avoid them with the help of skilled trainers and expert mentors during the event.
During Ideathon 4.0 by K&H, the focus will be on problem definition, validation and prototyping, so teams and individuals who are at the ground zero stage with their idea are welcome. During the three days of the event, you can participate in joint presentations where you will learn what tools to use in these steps and how to apply them effectively and correctly. In between the presentations, you can then continue to work in teams, using what you have learned. At the end of the third day, you’ll be able to report back to a panel of expert judges, and valuable prizes will be awarded.
VET Balkans Vocational Training Forum(Connected Through Mobility)
Developing the vocational education and training sector in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Montenegro.
The overall aim of the pilot project is to strengthen the education and training system and to familiarise the four Western Balkan countries covered by the programme – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Montenegro – with the opportunities offered by Erasmus+ professional mobility programmes.
The Solidarity Breakfast is a social initiative to promote cooperation between young entrepreneurs and the civil sector, and to launch a social dialogue for more effective action, operation, problem-solving and, last but not least, for common development.
What is our goal?
MeOut’s aim in implementing this project is to help NGOs and businesses to work and think, also by networking as many leaders as possible to facilitate joint work and thinking with NGOs.
By creating a regular dialogue between NGOs and businesses, a circle of trust is created between leaders, where members dare to share important, non-public issues.