Following previous successful editions of the Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce’s (LPCC) Entrepreneurial Women Project, the 6th edition of this flagship project will start on 28 September 2019.
The project entails a cycle of workshops for aspiring female entrepreneurs, from Luxembourg and neighbouring countries, of all nationalities. These will be spread over six Saturdays, ending with a graduation event in November. Each day-session lasts 7-8 hours (9:00 – 17:00/18:00) and is comprised of theoretical lectures and hands-on case studies.
The aim of the initiative is to educate business-oriented women in the Grand Duchy on both legislative and practical business issues, essential to starting a business activity.
Accredited experts from top-tier organisations will hold classes on how to write a business plan, VAT and Taxation, Project Management, Fundraising, Digital Marketing, Coaching, and more. Classes will be held in English; therefore an adequate level of English is required.
The project will conclude on 12 November 2019 with an Awards Ceremony in which the three-best business ideas will be given prizes. Last year’s 1st-place winner Supriya Sodhi won €3,000 for her DogStays.lu platform.
Participation in the programme does not require prior business knowledge.
The enrolment process is ongoing (registration ends 15 August) and the fee is €150 for LPCC members and €195 for non-members (including free LPCC membership for year 2019).
For more information and to register, visit https://lpcc.lu/entrepreneurial-women-project-2019/.
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