Entrepreneurship Promotion Fund, Lithuania (Inclusive Business Creation: Good Practice Compendium)

This case study describes an example of a mainstream entrepreneurship programme that provides preferential access to youth, seniors, the unemployed and people with disabilities. Available supports include microcredit, loan guarantees, entrepreneurship training and business counselling. It describes the objectives and rationale for this approach and explains how the programme works. In addition, evidence is presented on the programme’s impact. The description also discusses the implementation challenges face and the conditions for transferring it to another context.
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Published by OECD in 2016

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