RESMYLE en Italie lance un appel à idées pour les NEET sur le développement durable


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C.F.L.C., Cooperativa Formazione Lavoro e Cooperazione – Impresa Sociale, launches a call for ideas to promote employment and social inclusion in Sustainable Development projects for young NEETs.

As a partner of RESMYLE project, CFLC, in collaboration with the social cooperative Il Laboratorio and Social Hub Genova, has created GrowUP eco-incubator to promote the social integration of young people and to increase their employment opportunities, through the promotion of sustainable development.

The Call for Ideas was created to support aspiring future entrepreneurs in developing business ideas. The selected projects will be involved in a training and support program, thanks to qualified mentors and consultants, aimed at the realisation of an economically sustainable business idea.

"Sustainable development and young people with ideas and skills are the basis of the Green Economy, one of the fastest growing sectors and an opportunity to relaunch our territory. This is why RESMYLE project strongly wanted to build a networking and training spaces for young future entrepreneurs" says Valerio Balzini, President of C.F.L.C.

The projects which can participate in the GrowUP call for ideas selection must be inspired by the pillars of Sustainable Development: environmental, social and economic sustainability.

Those who will be admitted to the program will work on their own idea of business as a team, or will have the opportunity to become part of another group to realize another project.

The course is structured in 3 modules that will deal with different topics: from team building to the Sustainable Business Model Canvas (SBMC), from Business Plan to corporate forms, from SWOT analysis to marketing tools.

At the end of the course, a jury will select the best sustainable projects (maximum 2) that will receive a cash prize to start their own business.


The call addresses young people aged 18 to 29 who are NEET (not currently employed, without a stable and continuous contract and who are not included in an educational-scholastic path) located in Italy.

To apply, send an e-mail to attaching your CV and a brief summary of your project (max 10 lines). Each project can be submitted by a single candidate or by a team.

Applications can be submitted from 15 December 2021 until the maximum number of participants is reached (12 people for each of the three editions of the program) and no later than 14 April 2022.


For more information visit the website, write to or call 010 8078682 (Mon-Fri 9-18).