Young people in Cahul are studying technology entrepreneurship to develop business ideas
This academic year, the educators of the Cahul State University „Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu” taught Technical Entrepreneurship to young people looking to develop business ideas and stimulate their entrepreneurial spirit. This is done so that the next generation can better prepare for the launch of a startup. The initiative is part of the Startup Academy UNI project, a component of the Startup Moldova program developed under the EU4Moldova: Startup City Cahul project implemented by the National Association of ICT Companies (ATIC) with the financial support from the European Union in partnership with the Swedish embassy. To prepare future entrepreneurs, educators took part in a professional training program and, under the guidance of mentors experienced in information technology and business, took advantage of the best training methods for business development based on information technology. To develop entrepreneurial skills, students pass a comprehensive training program, where classes are conducted both in groups and individually. The course will be divided into 12 modules, and at the end of the course, young people will present their business ideas on a special Demo Day.