‘How do entrepreneurs communicate?’ — the EU4Youth supported Green Entrepreneurs Blog Contest, which began in Georgia in March — has announced its April Open Call!
The nine-month blogging competition, initiated by the Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN) and the EU-funded Rural Innovation Knowledge Hubs in Georgia, is targeted at young people from Gori, Akhmeta and Ninotsminda municipalities, and covers the topic of Social and Green Entrepreneurship.
The blogging competition kicked off on 1 April and is inviting young bloggers to take part in the contest by writing and uploading one thematic blog post featuring and defining key entrepreneurship terms. Those willing to participate should upload their blog posts by 20 April at 6pm.
What should the blog post look like?
About the blog contest
As part of the 9-month competition, the topic of the blog of the month will be announced on the 1st of each month, and participants will have up to 20 days to upload their blog post about the announced topic.
At the end of each month, one winning author from each of the three municipalities will be identified, whose blog posts will be uploaded to the CENN Entrepreneurs Blog platform and shared through CENN social media pages. The best of these three winners will be awarded a special prize.
The blogging contest will be active from March to October 2021. The final stage of the competition will be held in November, during which the 8 best authors will write a blog post on one topic and compete for the final. The winning author of the final stage, which will be revealed in December 2021, will receive funding to create a professional blog and will be awarded a tablet.
The blogging competition is part of the EU-supported project ‘EU4Youth: Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Development (SEED) for Green Growth in Borderline Communities’ implemented by CENN partner organizations KRDF and Green Lane (Armenia).
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