Atlantic project approved on youth entrepreneurship

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The Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs (AYCH) project has been approved by the INTERREG Atlantic Area programme for a period of 3 years. The Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities is partner of the project and in charge of communication.

This project will develop new approaches and interventions within Youth Services across the Atlantic Arc. The main topics are innovation, co-creation of products, social entrepreneurship and employability. As a result, more young people will be able to pursue careers or training in the Creative Sector.

The lead partner of this project is Devon County Council. The other partners are Plymouth College, City Council and Culture; Pacificstream Enterprise Solutions CIC; Brest Métropole; City of Gijón; Ashton Community Trust (British enterprise); Grand Angoulême; Vida Lactea (Spanish enterprise); City of Santo Tirso; Saint-Nazaire Agglomération and l’Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique.

The launch meeting will take place in summer 2017 in Plymouth.