Foundation for Somalia opens application process for the cycle of trainings for migrants on how to start and run business in Poland “ABC of entrepreneurship”. APPLY BY February 21!

The first cycle of „ABC of entrepreneurship” was organized from December 2018 – March 2019 and gathered 20 participants from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Tajikistan who successfully completed the training. Several participants have already started the business; others plan for it in the near future.

The second cycle of the training – also in Polish – is happening now and started in November 2019 and is to finish in the end of March 2020.

 „Thank you so much for the training! It allowed me to understand the business in Poland. In particular, I have found law, PR and marketing very helpful for me”.

„I really recommend the training. A lot of good knowledge that one can use to start their own business. The trainers being entrepreneurs and a networking with peers, the future business owners was an added value”.

„Great training and people. I am proud that I could be a part of it. Thank you so much!”.

The goal of “ABC of Entrepreneurship” trainings is to support foreigners in establishing business in Poland. The program offers a total of 168 hours of trainings in 7 areas and post-training individual support by specialists, including general and specialized topics of starting and running business in Poland. See more in a Rules and Regulations (R&R).

The third cycle of the trainings will be conducted in English. We will start on weekend April 25-26, 2020.

If you are not from Warsaw – no problem! The project can cover transportation and accommodation costs for participants coming from other cities in Poland.

The training will take place from April 2020 till July 2020.

THE PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE OF „ABC OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP” TRAINING:

January – February 2020 Candidates recruitment
March 2020 Signing agreements with praticipants.
25-26 April – July 2020 Trainings and post-trainings consultations – still to be confirmed:

 

25-26.04.2020

Introduction, business strategy and soft skills

 

9-10.05.2020

Biznesplan and planning

 

16-17.05.2020

Biznesplan cont. & fundraising

 

23-24.05.2020

Finances, accountancy and HR

 

6-7.06.2020

Marketing & public relations

 

13-14.06.2020

Online business

 

20-21.06.2020

Online business

 

27-28.06.2020

Legal component – establishing a company

 

4-5.07.2020

Legal component – establishing a company

 

11-12.07.2020

Legal aspects of business

 

18.07.2020

Legal aspects of business

THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  1. The candidate is a third-country national with a legal permission to stay in Poland until min. September 2020.
  2. The candidate has an explicit business idea and plans to set up a company in Poland, what will be assessed during the interview.
  3. The candidate presents a good knowledge of English, enabling a participation in the training. The language will be selected upon the recruitment process.

NEXT STEPS:

  1. Fill out the application form in English and submit it by February 21, 2020.
  2. ALL candidates will be invited for the interview which will be also the first consultation meeting with the business advisor – at Bracka 18/63. Please book an appointment with our business advisor in the calendar at this link.
  3. You will be accepted to take part in the training provided you;
  • confirmed your legal status in Poland;
  • presented your business idea to develop and work on during the training;
  • confirmed a language proficiency in English;
  • presented motivation and commitment to regular and active work during the training;
  • signed the agreement of cooperation and other relevant documents.

If you cannot take part in this extensive training program, please remember that you can still meet our advisor for consultations.

The training and consultations are FREE OF CHARGE.

Any questions? Please contact us!

nina@fds.org.pl

*application form link: Polish version: https://www.interankiety.pl/i/L8ebZyY0

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