DigitYser opens its doors to all Digital Belgium Skills Fund applicants

During this weekend (June 10th and 11th) DigitYser will support the Digital Belgium Skills Fund applicants to complete their entry.

On May 12th. 2017, the King Baudouin Foundation published the call to apply for the Digital Belgium Skills Fund (DBSF), a €18 million federal initiative to promote the acquisition of digital skills among young people.

This is a perfect motivation to put ideas together and develop projects which can have a very high social impact in Belgium. As the deadline is on June 13th. (just around the corner!), it is crucial that applicants submit their entry asap!

While there are many talented people with great ideas in their minds, they may not always have a clear picture on how to structure their project.

Do you have an idea for the DBSF, but you feel a bit lost on how to shape it?

DigitYser is here to help you! During this weekend (June 10th and 11th.), we’ll be open to share feedback on your projects, spot synergies with other attendees, and share tips to better structure the application file. Doing this together could also be much more fun!

Volunteers are also welcome. If you have good writing skills or have experience in writing funding proposals, you can also come and give a hand.

Please feel free to drop by this weekend at DigitYser (Boulevard D’Anvers 40, 1000, Brussels). If you plan to come or have any question, please drop us a message via this Facebook event or Twitter. Looking forward to meet you!