G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance

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The G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20 YEA) is a collective of leading entrepreneurially-minded organizations representing the G20 countries who seek to promote youth entrepreneurship as a powerful driver of economic renewal, job creation, innovation and social change. The Alliance was founded as a movement to engage the G20 leaders in the cause of youth entrepreneurship, share information across borders, affect positive policy change and create a global network of young entrepreneur advocates while building a collaborative entrepreneurial environment worldwide. The first Summit was held in June 2010 in Toronto, Canada and the founding Chair was Vivian Prokop. CEO of The Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF).

Member countries and organizations

The G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance is represented by 20 member nations who are members of the G-20. They are as follows:

Argentina: Represented by Jorge Rodriguez-Lascano, Fundacion Impulsar

Australia: Represented by Jeremy Liddle, Enterprise Network for Young Australians

Brazil: Represented by Francisco Jose Marins Ferreira, Servico Brasileiro de Apoio as Micro e Pequenas Empresas (founding member)

Canada: Represented by Vivian Prokop, Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) (founding member)

China: Represented by Rick Zou, Youth Business China

European Union: Represented by Dimitris Tsingos, YES for Europe - European Confederation of Young Entrepreneurs (founding member)

France: Represented by Gregoire Sentilhes, Les Journees do l’Entrepreneur (founding member)

Germany: Represented by Christian Diehl, Junior Chamber International Germany

India: Represented by Bhairavi Jani, Young Indians (founding member)

Indonesia: Represented by Chris Kanter, Global Entrepreneurship Program Indonesia (GEPI)

Italy: Represented by Antimo Caputo, The National Federation of Young Entrepreneurs of Confindustria (founding member)

Japan: Represented by Motohiko Goto, Junior Chamber International Japan

Mexico: Represented by Francisco Ruiz, Comision Nacional de Empresarios Jovenes de COPAMREX (founding member)

Russia: Represented by Victor Sedov, Centre for Entrepreneurship (founding member)

Saudi Arabia: Represented by Hesham Tashkandi, The Centennial Fund (founding member)

South Africa: Represented by Innocentia Motau, National Youth Development Agency

South Korea: Represented by Michael Lee, Young Entrepreneurs’ Society of Korea (founding member)

Turkey: Represented by Ferda Kertmelioglu, Young Businessmen Association of Turkey (founding member)

United Kingdom: Represented by Alex Mitchell, Institute of Directors (IoD) (founding member)

United States of America: Represented by Kevin Langley, Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) (founding member)

Past Summits

• Toronto, Canada, June 20–22, 2010

• Incheon, South Korea, November 7–9, 2010

• Istanbul, Turkey, May 6–9, 2011

• Nice, France, October 30 - November 2, 2011

• Mexico City, Mexico, June 3–5, 2012

• Moscow, Russia, June 15–17, 2013

• Sydney, Australia, July 18–22, 2014

Future Summits

• Ankara, Turkey, September 2015

• TBA, China, 2016


G20 Young Entrepreneur Alliance Signs Charter Outlining Commitment to Entrepreneurship

UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Blog from Business Zone

The Prince's Youth Business International

Blog from Institute of Directors

External links