Jeunes entrepreneurs : clés pour l’avenir de la France. Alors que la France vise la compétitivité économique, les jeunes entrepreneurs émergent comme moteurs de changement et d’innovation. Malgré des défis sociaux et de compétences, l’entrepreneuriat social offre des perspectives encourageantes.
Can young entrepreneurs drive France forward? In the pursuit of economic competitiveness, young business owners are becoming drivers of change and fresh ideas. Despite social and skill challenges, the growth of social entrepreneurship shows promising potential.
Youth entrepreneurship is on the rise. Innovative partnerships between Higher Education Institutions and businesses are helping to shape a new generation of entrepreneurs, but too often these projects fall short by missing out on equity.
Cultural workers are more likely to be self-employed than those in other sectors. In 2020, on average 29% of cultural workers were self-employed in OECD countries compared to 14% across sectors.
The average person from an OECD country spends 37 hours a week at work. Unfortunately, it is not always the most fulfilling experience. Indeed, one study found that paid work is ranked lower for wellbeing than any other of the 39 activities sampled except for being sick in bed. It is no longer just about job quantity, but also job quality.
The global pandemic transformed the way we work and shop. While many businesses were able to weather the storm of the global pandemic shutdowns, running a small business along our Main Streets is now more complex.
The Covid-19 pandemic created a new normal of consuming culture from the couch. Policy makers must take advantage of the great re-opening to expand participation and create equitable access to culture. Where do they start to improve well-being?
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs were hit extremely hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. To invest in growth and greening and play a full part in the recovery, we need to enable them to tap into alternative financial instruments.