Winners are losers who never gave up!

Our mission

Our mission is to contribute to tomorrow’s entrepreneurial growth by shaping today’s entrepreneurship mindset.

We help the younger generation to channel entrepreneurially their own innovative solutions by organizing and executing experiential workshops that make kids understand how entrepreneurs think, talk and act.

We believe that only by embracing the “culture of failing” through the application of methodologies of trial and error, can we develop concrete and sustainable entrepreneurial success.

Our next events

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FlopCamp Easter

8 – 12 April 2019


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FlopCamp Summer 1

1 – 5 july 2019

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FlopCamp Autumn 

28 October – 1 November 2019

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Flop&Go is  a dedicated path to entrepreneurship, where through the deployment of specific sessions our coaches will support you and/or your team to develop entrepreneurially your own idea. Whether the project is to create the new school newspaper or take your scientific experiment to market, our coaches will engage you to think entrepreneurially, to test, to try, to prototype, to make mistakes and to learn from them…

Whether you flop or not, it will be good fun!


Wouldn’t it be cool to come up with an idea for a brand new start-up? To see if that ideas has market potential? FlopClass is a 10 half-days entrepreneurship program for kids aged 12 to 16, who will be involved in the development of a brand new start-up. Of course there is no guarantee of success. But who are we to set limits?

How far will this entreprenerial adventure take us?


FlopCamps are entrepreneurial games where kids aged 12 to 16, motivated to succeed, will team up to experiment with and experience the phases of start-up creation, from ideation to prototyping, from testing to business modelling.
But remember… in the entrepreneurial game, flops are the norm, not the exception!

Will you masterfully succeed or, more likely, gracefully fail?