EYA goes Partnership: mYOUTH
Through the mYouth project, small teams of mobile app developers from Africa, Asia and Europe realized their big dreams to develop and launch their apps, start their businesses and grow their own companies in 2016.
The 2018 mYouth 2.0 edition provides both: the skills for programming and for business, mentoring assistance from experts and a large network of contacts with potential investors! Use the chance and be part of it! Learn all about myouth on myouth.eu!
“The mYouth event in 2016 was giving me the feeling that I have been definitely in the right place on the right time. It was a great step for my project because of the technical support I got from trainers and participants, beside the great time we spent together as participants. There were for sure some obstacles, but in general it was one of the greatest experiences I’ve ever had!”Abdul AlSharaf
Timline of Action!
✩ Kick-Off Meeting in Singapore from January 28-31
✩ Open Call for Online Competition / National Mobile Apps Contests in all partner countries to apply for the Continental App Camps from February to May*
✩ Continental App Camp Africa: with participants from Ghana, Kenya, Senegal & Tanzania in Ghana from April 10-15, 2018
✩ Continental App Camp Asia: with participants from Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam in Hong Kong from June 5-10, 2018
✩ Continental App Camp Europe: with participants from Austria, Macedonia, Poland, Romania in Austria (Salzburg) from July 10-15, 2018
✩ International Business and Marketing Camp in Ohrid, Macedonia, with the best four participants of each Continental App Camp from September 17-24, 2018 (8 days)
✩ EYA Festival in Graz from November 28-December 1: 1 Winner per continent.
Apply here for the Continental App Camp in Salzburg (if you travel from Austria*)!
*Please note: if you come from Macedonia, Poland or Romania, please get in touch with the mYouth partners there: mladiinfo (Marjan Icoski), Association Institute of New Technologies (Agnieszka Urbaniak), Risky Business (Ana Maria Bujor).
With kind support of:
Making mYouth possible: the awesome mYouth partner organisations:
mYouth is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union: