Entrepreneurship workshops set to launch for youth in the Commonwealth of Bajo Segura

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER: Entrepreneur program set for online youth participants. CREDIT: injuve

New online workshops are set to launch across the Commonwealth of Bajo Segura as part of the Youth Entrepreneurship Itinerary.

THE Commonwealth of Bajo Segura, consisting of Benejúzar, Benferri, Catral, Daya Vieja, Rafal, San Fulgencio and San Isidro, joins many other municipalities in moving their youth itinerary programs online.
This initiative for the Action Against Hunger Foundation promises to be a great opportunity for those involved and has been launched for under 30-year-old enrolled in the National Youth Guarantee System.
The scheme promises to help youngsters who are looking to materialise their visions and ideas for their own businesses.
Beginning on September 21, these new workshops will concentrate on specific areas that entrepreneurs will need to work on in order to succeed.
The aim is to focus on giving participants the necessary skills and tools in order to make their businesses viable.
This program will consist of 10 workshops of four hours each, from 10am to 2pm and will look at; the business model, marketing, economic plan, financing, communication, among others.
The Instituto de la Juventud de España, Injuve will be presenting the content for the course in a “dynamic and practical way” in which they hope to get participants to successfully analyse the information given to them.
Sessions will be held between September 21 and October 2, 2020.
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