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The Entrepreneurial Women Project Program Returns For The Seventh Time

The Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) has just announced the 7th edition of the Entrepreneurial Woman Project (EWP) – a series of training workshops designed to help women create and successfully manage their own businesses in Luxembourg.

Aimed at women of all nationalities, the EWP consists of more than 45 hours of lectures and practical activities with highly reputable trainers from the legal departments of various companies. It will consist of several workshops starting on Saturday 26 September 2020 and the occur every consecutive Saturday in Luxembourg City, ending with a graduation ceremony on 11 November.

Women with little or no knowledge about starting up will have a unique opportunity to work with highly qualified and experienced trainers from international legal and consultancy firms who will discuss different topics such as business entities, idea generation, VAT and taxation, business model frameworks, fundraising, project management, coaching and networking, marketing and business plans.

“In 2019, the winners received the following prizes offered by the sponsors: 1st prize – 3000€, 2nd prize – 2000€, 3rd prize – 1000€.”

Over the years, EWP has trained more than 200 creative women from over 50 countries. Between 3 and 7 new businesses are launched each year as a direct or indirect result of the project. EWP aims to create sustainable and mutually beneficial relationship between young entrepreneurs, partners and professional advisors.

Launched by the Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce – a non-profit organisation in 2014, the course is organised under the patronage of the Ministry of Economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Polish Embassy in Luxembourg, the Embassy of Luxembourg in Poland and with the support of several generous sponsors including Arendt&Medernach, ATOZ Tax Advisers, Irish Chamber of Commerce and many others.

The total cost of the project for participants is 150 euros for CISA members and 195 euros for non-members.

Upon successful completion of the programme, all participants receive their diplomas and the winners of the presentation of the best business idea will be announced at the grand final at the Arendt House in Kirchberg.

In 2019, the winners received the following prizes offered by the sponsors: 1st prize – 3000€, 2nd prize – 2000€, 3rd prize – 1000€.

For more information on the program, please visit the LPCC website.

Photo: Brooke Cagle on Unsplash

The content of this article reflects only the opinion of the author, Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce

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