Young people develop ability to generate ideas, to turn them into action, to work with a team, understand how economics and finance contribute to a project success. In the competitions, they compare the quality of their entrepreneurial experience with that of their peers and get motivated by the examples to continue their entrepreneurship education.
Young people demonstrate their skills and knowledge to education and business representatives, and to the public and get feedback on their performance, which motivates them to improve their entrepreneurship skills.
Young people see, in the competition, the result of their efforts and relate it to the reality of their future carers, which motivates them to improve their entrepreneurship skills.
Improving entrepreneurship skills, young people are motivated to improve in other subjects.
Participation of business representatives in the competitions creates links between education and workplace.
Business representatives and various education stakeholders better understand the entrepreneurship education and have an opportunity to contribute to its continuous improvement.