Kerry has been selected to take part in 2.3 million euro project aimed at creating opportunities for young entrepreneurs.
The project – Boosting Innovative Entrepreneurship Ecosystems in Europe – is aimed at 25 to 40 year olds and the funding will be used to learn from different models of practise across Europe.
Kerry will partner will other project members in Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Poland and Italy amongst other countries.
The launch was supported by enterprise support agencies in Kerry, IT Tralee and Kerry County Council.
Learning camps among the project members will take place over the next two years and next March, representatives from the other 10 regions will travel to Ireland to study enterprise here.