The project «Business class» will help people to start their own business

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Victoria Smirnova. The project for the development of micro — and small business — «Business class», through which existing and budding entrepreneurs can learn how to start your own business or bring it to a new level was launched in the Vologda region with the support of the regional government, told RIA Novosti on Thursday the Deputy Governor Alexei Kozhevnikov.

«The Vologda oblast became one of the regions in the North-West, which will be implemented the project «Business class» companies, the savings Bank and Google. We hope that entrepreneurs will appreciate this educational course and thanks to him will improve their skills, which should impact on the effectiveness of their business position in the markets and the overall business climate in the region», — said Kozhevnikov.

According to him, the program «Business class» — practical sessions with experienced experts and mentors that help entrepreneurs bring existing business to the next level or to start a business from scratch. To participate you must fill out an application on the website, registration is now open. Start of classes is scheduled for August 15, 2017. After a short introductory questionnaire participants will be asked to pass eight modules of online learning.

«Take the training will be able to more 10 thousand inhabitants of the region. Entrepreneurs will be able to choose one of two tracks of learning: for those who are already working in a real business, or for those whose ideas still exist only on paper. For the most active participants will be assigned mentors and advice from leading Russian experts, budding entrepreneurs will get for free from the comfort of home. The uniqueness of this project is that it is not theoretical, and practice-oriented,» — said the Deputy Governor.