In Chile only 8% of young people under 24 undertake in business, a figure that compares to about 60% of young Americans who do, according to the Association of Autonomous Workers. Thus, the country is not going to diversify and avoid its economic dependence of natural resources if we do not do anything to revert the current situation. This project will affect 1,250 students, 1,250 families, 5 communities along Chile, and 5,000 people in total, during 2017.
Digital Dreamers provides co-working shops and pitches, motivation by coaches of outstanding careers in the world of entrepreneurship, training in business models by professional specialists, digital tools training, expositions of scholars at the universities, visits in companies and governmental institutions (as Corfo, that is a national institution that promotes entrepreneurship through financing), and training in e-commerce strategies, strategic financing and export of services
The project will train 1,250 students, affecting 1,250 families, 5 communities along Chile and approximately 5,000 people in total during 2017, allowing them to create innovative ventures, promoting the realization of equal opportunities, and contributing to decentralize and diversify the Chilean economy. Also, this project will be communicated and diffused throughout the entire country (17 million people) as well as in many countries of Latin America as an exercise of cultural change.
This project has provided additional documentation in a XLSX file (projdoc.xlsx).
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