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This website is aimed at teachers and students at educational institutions on the primary level, secondary level I and secondary level II as well as operators and directors of educational institutions and decision-makers in the educational sector. The website provides teaching material and videos that are freely available for use in schools, trainings and workshops.
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IFTE – Initiative for Teaching Entrepreneurship – inspiring, fostering and enhancing entrepreneurial thinking
E-Mail: office at ifte dot at
Purposes of the association:
Promoting a culture of entrepreneurship: “inspiring, fostering and enhancing entrepreneurial thinking”.
Promoting entrepreneurial ideas as a vehicle of equal opportunities and an instrument for strengthening the economic creativity of individuals for the European market.
Promoting the education and training of children, students and teachers in entrepreneurial principles.
Encouraging networking between entrepreneurs, teachers and alumni.
Encouraging networking between schools and other educational institutions that promote entrepreneurial ideas.
Promoting a close cooperation between national and international institutions as well as a close cooperation with EU institutions.
Web management, development & design:
Responsible for the content: Eva Jambor, Johannes Lindner
Site manager: Valentin Mayerhofer
Web development: Boyan Filipov, cms&hosting by eloops.at
Web design: Stephan Kardos
Graphic design / icons: Peter Stromberger
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