Who we are


Misson & Values: ECECE is a state-of-the-art international non-profit organization designed to promote change for the better through entrepreneurial and innovative actions. Change can come about, for example, by supporting potential entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses, or guiding university students to create their own future innovative careers, or helping vocational training institutions to develop self-reliant trainees, or counseling firms who want to establish their businesses abroad, …

What we do: ECECE continually researches new global ideas and values to generate innovative strategies that will create systemic change. As a result, ECECE fosters processes where the societal, the policy, the academic and the private sectors can lever each other’s knowledge in a holistic and design thinking approach to build an entrepreneurial culture with the long-term goal of creating an entrepreneurial civic society.

Where we are: From its headquarters in Austria, ECECE is linked to a network of international experts in other European countries who are able to create quick, efficient and cost-effective solutions according to national and international legislation and in many European languages.






⊗  In the period January 2016 – December 2018 ECECE participated to  the project CoNSENSo – COmmunity Nurse Supporting Elderly iN a changing Society co-founded by the EU Alpine Space Programme




⊗  In the period October 2017 – August 2020 ECECE participated to the project ACDCD – Adult Cognitive Decline Consciousness financed by the EU ERASMUS+ Programme



⊗  Since October 2019 ECECE is participating to the project Integration of Young Adults into Labor Market through Cultural Heritage financed by the EU ERASMUS+ Programme



⊗  Since December 2019 ECECE is participating to the project Empathy for Children – E4C ELEOS financed by the EU ERASMUS+ Programme



⊗  Since January 2021 ECECE is participating to the project Building up a Digital Skills Alliance for the Enhancing of
Programming Competencies – DigiS
 financed by the EU ERASMUS+ Programme