Foundation for Somalia offers a vast range of trainings directed towards developing business competencies and will provide you with all neccesary tools that will support turning your idea into real business!

In the framework of the project the Foundation will organize 4 cycles of trainings – first cycle is planned to be held from November 2018 to April 2019, second cycle in Polish: November 2019 – March 2020, third cycle in English: April 2020 – July 2020 and fourth cycle in Polish: September – December 2020. In every cycle there will be around 20 participants.

The goal of the “ABC of Entrepreneurship” program is to support foreigners in setting up and running a business in Poland through following activities:

  1. Individual counseling in the framework of planning and setting up an economic activity. If you would like to make an appoinment with business counselor, check her availability here.
  2. 168-hour workshops (11 working days at the weekends over the course of several months in 7 thematic areas and after-workshop individual support of specialists for participants. If you would like to sign up for the training – apply here – in POLISH)
    1. Training in English will be held from the end of April (first meeting 25-26 April) to the end of July 2020. Recruitment will last till 21st of February.
    2. The next training in Polish language will be held from September to December 2020. The recruitment process is ongoing.
      1. ATTENTION: Participants who are willing to take part in trainings are asked to fill the application form (in Polish or English) and make an appointment with our counselor (calendar HERE)
      2. Do you live outside of Warsaw? It’s not a problem! The Foundation will cover your travel and accomodation expenses.
  3. Group support with the use of mastermind tool and using other tools for the next months. This offer is available for those who already use individual support or took part in trainings.

The project “Support for the integration of foreigners in Mazovia” is co-financed from the National Program of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

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