Evaluation reports are important tools for collecting, organizing and analyzing a particular project’s activities and outcomes. It is crucial for understanding the progress of the project, the effectiveness of the procedure, and the areas requiring improvements, which will ultimately help in better planning.
Determination and hard work pays off Elie 2.0 is interested in all types of small business. We have chatted to bakers, yoga teachers, sports coaches, community enterprises and a man selling chowder on a bicycle! This month we have been talking to the owner of an after-school club. Suzannah took over
Spotlight on Co-researchers Co-researchers are an essential part of the work that we do on the Elie 2.0 Project. We are honouring that fact with an article dedicated to one of our valued members of the co-researcher team in the UK. Becca has been taking part in the Elie 2.0 project as a
Getting some really useful insights from another new small business owner One of our Polish partners Fundacja Inkubator have been chatting to a small business owner who recently started her own business creating artistic cakes for individual orders. The company is called ‘Babki Dwie’ https://www.facebook.com/babkidwietortylodz We wanted to know why she had decided
Talking small business with The Morecambe Bay Chowder Company The Elie 2.0 team have been talking to a small business happy to share their experiences, meet Pete of 'The Morecambe Bay Chowder Company'. If you are interested in our project, please get in touch! The Elie 2.0 Project has been talking to a
The new Elie 2.0 Community Enterprise Guide Drawing on inspiration from creative communities and small businesses across our partnership, we have developed the Community Enterprise Guide. Our Elie 2.0 Community Enterprise Guide will provide a template for stakeholders offering Elie 2.0 to tailor the learning package to the identified aspirations, needs and opportunities for