EU for Innovation and the Minister for Protection of Entrepreneurship start collaboration on a new Law on Start-ups

Work on a new StartUpLaw has started!

On Friday, the EU for Innovation project team met up with Minister for Protection of Entrepreneurship, Eduard Shalsi and other government actors, to discuss the first steps towards drafting of an Albanian Law on start-ups.

Glad to see such engagement and commitment from the government stakeholders.

We would like to invite everyone who wishes to be part of this process to send their comments, suggestions and remarks at [email protected].

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