“YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS”, COURSE PARTICIPANTS AGED under 29 LEARN HOW TO TURN THEIR IDEAS INTO A BUSINESS: Sant’Anna SCHOOL AMONG THE partnerS OF A PROJECT FINANCED BY TUSCANY REGION
The “Impresa Giovani – Young Entrepreneurs” project, coordinated by Pont-Tech, in cooperation with Sant’Anna School, Fondazione Toscana Life Sciences, and Toscana Formazione Srl, offers 23 aspiring entrepreneurs aged under 29 a free of charge, two modules training course, to acquire the knowledge needed to start business projects or freelance works, along with the tools to manage business activity. Classroom training and professional advice and support during the start-up phase are offered to aspiring young entrepreneurs who are expected to submit their applications by Monday, 12 December 2016.
Participation in the program is open to candidates aged between 18 and 29 years who comply with the following requirements: being a permanent resident in Italy, being unemployed, and being eligible for the "Youth Guarantee" project. The selection process will take place on Wednesday, December 14 at 10:00 am at Pont-Tech, Pontedera, only if the applications received will exceed the number of places offered. In this case, the best candidates’ business ideas will be selected to present their project during the interview, assessing personal motivations and attitude towards entrepreneurship.
If the selection process takes place, participants ranking will be published together with the detailed schedule of the training program which will begin in January 2017. Participants are required to attend 80 hours classes, of which 24 are dedicated to develop business planning skills, 56 hours to "mentoring" and advice writing a business plan.
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