Business Plan and Entrepreneurship Training Start Success in English (96 ac/h, incl 76 h in auditorium and 20 independent work)
Do I need a business plan?
If you wish to apply for business loan, then certainly! Irrespective where you wish to apply for a loan, Unemployment office „Töötukassa“, KredEx, bank etc., it’s obvious that they wish to see you’ve thought things through. We also understand people who say that one should just start the business and start selling. That’s why we also teach about selling and other important parts of owning and running a business.
Training suits you, if you are planning to start, have just started or you just want to know and understand more about running and maintaining a business.
Business Plan and entrepreneurship training Start Success is focused on designing and preparing a business plan, putting together and applying for funds. You’ll learn the basics of business (marketing, financial planning, accounting, contracts of employment, occupational safety etc.) in such an amount, that a starting business can function well.
11 training days
January 18 – February 28 2022
All training days are taking place from 9.15 AM to 16.05 PM. **Except Focus Group (you will agree the exact time with lecturer).
Endla 4, Tallinn
Everyone who has finished the training will receive certificate for attending this training. Training will end with Business Plan Presentation.
When you compose Business Plan during Start Success training, it will be suitable for applying it to get funding (e.g. Töötukassa) and credit (e.g. banks), but also as planning tool for the company itself.
If you don’t know which of your many ideas is the best, then during the training you will analyze them thoroughly and will have an overview of best possibilities for funding.
Trainers of this course will be Karin Abel, Inga Stelmak, Karin Abel. Look for their experience.
1499 euros (+VAT). Price includes lecture materials, snacks (cookies, candies) coffee and tea.
Projektiekspert OÜ is training partner for unemployment office “Eesti Töötukassa”.
Please feel free to call us or contact via email, if you require any further information.