It will provide training in areas such as development of business ideas, identifying opportunities and business plan development
The Mobile World Centre (MWCentre), driven by the Mobile World Capital Barcelona and Telefonica will launch a school for entrepreneurs with free weekly training from November 18, announced Monday its promoters said in a joint statement.
Entrepreneurs School will provide every Wednesday afternoon workshops, conferences and training sessions focused on the development of business ideas, identifying opportunities, developing the business plan and information about developments or legislative reforms.
The courses are aimed at entrepreneurs and business people who have a viable project for the creation or expansion of business, and in each of the courses may participate up to 20 people.
Attendees are selected according to their concerns, interests and ability to compromise with the demands of the program to “achieve a high utilization of the sessions.”
The initiative comes after the first year of operation of the School of MWCentre, aimed at the general public and has already trained 3,500 people in technology in 420 courses explained.
For the first year of the School of MWCentre, also free and open access to all citizens, has offered activities in various areas: conferences and informative talks on trends and developments; monographic workshops with resolution of questions and debate; and management of devices and applications guided by an expert.
Courtesy Car Service Barcelona