Are you a foreigner with the right of residence?

Would you like to know how to start a business in Poland?

The Foundation for Somalia offers a wide range of trainings aiming at developing business competencies and providing necessary tools for turning your idea into real business!

The main goal of the course “ABC of ENTREPRENEURSHIP” is to support foreigners in starting and running a business in Poland. The program offers together 168 hours of trainings in a 7 specific thematic fields and individual support of specialists (6 hours for every participant), including general and specific thematic fields concerning starting and running business in Poland.

Program of the Course:

  1. Preparing of business strategy and leadership skills – 24 h
  2. Business plan and detailed planning of the work – 16h
  3. Training concerning the possible legal forms of company – 32 h (workshops and consulting)
  4. Legal aspects of functioning of company – contracts (also contract law, the consumer law included), labour law, civil law and administrative law – 24 h
  5. Trainings concerning finances, accounting, taxes and HR – 24 h
  6. Marketing and public relations – 16 h
  7. Basics of e-commerce – 24 h

Additional Informations:

The first session is planned in November 2018 – April 2019, the second session at the end of 2019 year, and the third – half of the 2020. In every session there is a place for 20 participants.

The courses are held in English language. In case of different needs, there is a possibility to organize a second session for participants with russian or ukrainian and polish language. Thus we encourage to apply, even if you don’t speak English! Your application will be taken into consideration at the next session.

You are not living in Warsaw? It’s not a problem! The foundation will cover the travel expenses and accommodation for people outside of Warsaw.

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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