October 2023


Celebrating A Decade Of Excellence In Promoting Entrepreneurial Learning

In the most peculiar month of the year, the one that smells like summer times sadness and new beginnings, we all re-entered the office with super great news: Materahub has been recognised as EntreComp Champion for the work done over the last 10 years in supporting the promotion and implementation of the EntreComp framework.

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How to learn to unlearn

Insights from Creative Skills Week 2023 in Vienna, hosted by the University of Applied Arts, where Materahub shared a taste of the extensive mapping activity conducted in the Cyanotypes project. This two-day programme brought together diverse stakeholders to support the future of the European Cultural and Creative Sector Industries ecosystem.



Transformation: Effect and Affect of Craft in Society

On 1st of November, join Crafthub Eu for an online meeting exploring craft, tech, and heritage with global speakers. Discover glass, paper, ceramics, and more, discussing their immateriality and aesthetics. Learn about sustainable ceramics and using e-waste precious metals. Dive into urban craft curation and paper craft’s social concepts. Explore body-object dialogue and modern craft traditions. Winners of international public vote to select the favourite Showcase pieces will be revealed.

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Unlock Creative Europe with Funding the Arts Course

Funding the Arts is an online course created to assist you in obtaining Creative Europe project funding. Tailored to the “European cooperation projects” funding category, it provides support for both large and small initiatives, nurturing accessibility to arts, innovation, and creativity. Perfect for performing arts and arts education organizations preparing for 2024 funding applications. Acquire program insights, practical skills, project enhancement, and personalized support. Core sessions are scheduled from November to January.

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Off the beaten track Academy

Off-The-Beaten-Track empowers women entrepreneurs aged 30 and above who have been affected by Covid-19 job losses. The project focuses on the intersection of tourism, creativity, and sustainability.

As part of the project, there is an Academy, led by 22 entrepreneurs, which assists women in improving their soft skills. It offers self-assessment and micro-learning, which can be found at, as well as insightful webinars on specific topics. These webinars are often led by our Women Change Makers and mentors.

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Promoting EU

Promoting Europe is the official Materahub dissemination channel to stay updated on news, communities and opportunities coming from European projects.
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Empowering Food Entrepreneurs

F4BT Erasmus+ project has created an interactive simulation game. This game is designed to enhance managerial skills and soft skills in the Food & Beverage sector. Users will face various challenges and unexpected events, making choices that will shape their entrepreneurial path. There are no right or wrong answers; it’s all about different choices and paths. Their goal is to grow their business, whether by satisfying customers, empowering their employees, making strategic marketing decisions, or managing their finances wisely. 

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Commitment to Green Transition

EntreComp for Transition is dedicated to developing innovative, multidisciplinary teaching and learning approaches that will pave the way for the future Green Transition Facilitator. This is achieved by fostering an entrepreneurial mindset, facilitating co-creation, and ensuring the recognition of learning outcomes.

During a recent partnership meeting in Matera, various tests and verifications were conducted to reach a consensus and finalize the next steps leading to the piloting of the project in 2024.

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