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MEGA, the Migrant Entrepreneurship Growth Agenda, helps cities, regions and national actors to strengthen policies that support businesses with an international background. Partner networks in France, Germany, Italy and Spain initiate new support measures and sustainable coalitions for policy change. Collaborating through cross-border know-how exchange, the partnership is at the core of an EU-wide network which advocates for improved support for migrant entrepreneurship on all levels.

Measuring cities’ achievements and needs in supporting migrant entrepreneurship

Promoting networking at national level to push the political agenda forward

Setting a transnational platform to promote exchange of experience and knowledge

Developing recommendations and policy dialogues with national and EU institutions


National coalitions
EU agenda


Join the European coalition – to create momentum for more attention to the needs and potentials of migrant entrepreneurship in EU policies or programmes

Join the National coalitions – to meet likeminded actors and get to know about MEGA’s activities and opportunities at fairs and meetings, and to become part of agenda setting in Germany, France, Italy and Spain.


Policy recommendations to firmly set migrant entrepreneurship on the political agenda

International Best Practice Handbooks on key aspects

National and transnational Webinars with experts in the field


Networking breakfast and EU workshop

Nationwide exchange of experience

Migrant Entrepreneurship opportunity for social and economic growth

Where: Joint European Office of the Local Authorities of Bavaria, B-1 040 Brussels

Date: 21st March 2018

Where: Münchner Künstlerhaus, Lenbachplatz 8 – Munich

Date: 13th March 2018

Where: City of Getxo

Date: 1st March 2018

MEGA calls on all stakeholders across Europe committed to promote a more inclusive approach to entrepreneurship at local, national and European level to support and subscribe the Agenda. We aim at creating a critical mass and raising the political attention given to migrant entrepreneurship.

Support the Agenda


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