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With this survey, the ADA-Project aims to identify the training needs in the field of digital entrepreneurship in order to find out in which competence areas female entrepreneurs are interested in being promoted.


ADA (Fostering Women's Entrepreneurship & Employability in the Digital Business) is a project funded by the European Union through Erasmus+ that addresses gender inequalities in the digital economy. Even though we often think that we have long since taken the step towards an equal society, it is striking that women are still underrepresented, especially in digital and technological fields.

Digital entrepreneurship can be defined as entrepreneurial opportunities being created and pursued through the use of technological platforms and other information communicating equipment (Antonizzi & Smuts, 2020).


The ADA project is named after the mathematician and programming pioneer Ada Lovelace. It is designed to overcome gender inequalities in the digital economy by providing customized support for female entrepreneurs in this field. The aim of the project is to build an interactive and innovative platform that helps women take their seat in the digital economy. Together, partners from a total of six European countries (Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Northern Macedonia, Italy and Germany) have set out to actively support women on their way to becoming successful digital entrepreneurs. 


Taking this survey will take 15 minutes on average. On the following page you will be informed of anonymity of your data as well as the data protection regulation.

For further information please visit: https://www.ada-project.eu/

The program is Co-founded by the European Union and is therefore accessible free of charge.


ADA - Fostering Women’s Digital Business, – Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union – 2022