The organization works to find ways to help young entrepreneurs. An example is the Financing Office launched in 2020 by the Spanish Confederation of Associations of Young Entrepreneurs (CEAJE) or the one million euro financing line that was signed with MicroBank in 2018 to promote self-employment and promote innovative business projects.
VISIBILITY IN THE MEDIA
The organization works to make young entrepreneurs and their projects known through the media and social networks.
The association encourages the entrepreneurial spirit of young people from the experience of those who have already started as entrepreneurs. Representatives of the AIJEC go to schools, give their point of view and make coffees with future entrepreneurs to entrust entrepreneurship.
Two of the basic pillars of any company are human capital and the services they offer. That is why AIJEC promotes that partners can give and receive mutual advice on key issues in the development of any business project.
Activities on business issues to keep up to date with the latest developments affecting companies and employers and sessions designed according to the training needs formulated by the members and given by the members themselves.
Since 2008, the AIJEC has been organizing these lunches based on the experience where, on a monthly basis, entrepreneurs such as Isak Andic, José Manuel Lara Bosch, Josep Lluís Bonet, Cristóbal Colon, Maria Reig, Mariano Puig, Lluis Bassat and Carme Ruscalleda have made their experiences available to young entrepreneurs, so that we can drink from their business stories.
With the same philosophy as the Entrepreneurs ’Lunches, the AIJEC is launching the Future Lunches in 2020, a meeting with leading entrepreneurs for the present and for the future.