The KIMU BERRI Project began in 2009 in order to carry out a practical realisation of the Oslo Agenda for entrepreneurship education in Europe, within the specific territorial framework of Debagoiena.
The KIMU BERRI Project is a social innovation initiative, promoted under a model of public-private cooperation, which aims to promote entrepreneurship in young people in Debagoiena through the development of a specific approach based on the technological and market domains associated with the youth of today.
In brief, the KIMU BERRI Project is a social Innovation initiative that aims to:
- Encourage entrepreneurship through the development of a specific approach aimed at young people, specifically those between the ages of 18 and 25.
- The strategy of specialisation in the technological and market domains associated with the youth of today.
- An integrative focus to take advantage of the skills already existing in Debagoiena through university training, technological research and university entrepreneurship.
A series of events, activities and competitions mobilise hundreds of university students every year, while making it possible to institutionalise the need to be entrepreneurs throughout the whole of society in Debagoiena.