Entrepreneurship training programs
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ventures Workshop on 15th May 2019
Cambridge Innovation Academy, CONNECT Latvia, Latvian Universities and Investors announce a VENTURE WORKSHOP on WEDNESDAY MAY 15th – to be held at the University of Latvia (House of Science) in Riga where investors, educators, corporate executives and entrepreneurs will meet and discuss ways in which ideas can be turned into businesses and new enterprises can win places on support and development programmes – such as VENTURE CAMPS in the home country – and some (for those selected) in Cambridge UK.
The meeting is open and will run in line with the attached outline programme:
If you are an entrepreneur or a team with a business which has real international growth potential and want to explore Venture prospects – including investment readiness training and advanced coaching and mentoring – connect immediately with Elmars Baltins at [email protected] or Joanne Hsu at [email protected] with a summary of your business (not more than one page). Tell us WHY you should have a place on this VENTURE WORKSHOP.
- We promise a reply within 48 hours – and for those selected a free place on May 15th
- “NOTHING VENTURED – NOTHING GAINED”
- The number of places available is limited – so don’t delay!
- Are YOU ready for a Cambridge Innovation Academy VENTURE CAMP? You might find
out at the workshop on May 15th
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Riga-Cambridge Venture Camp
(September 2019 - February 2020)
The objective of entrepreneurship training programs is to improve participants’
entrepreneurship skills and inspire them to work on own business ideas or to
become more entrepreneurial at their jobs. The training facilitates to the development
of entrepreneurial community and networks in capital city and regions.
Various entrepreneurship topics are covered by experts in respective fields. Entrepreneurs take part often to share their stories. Participants are working on their ideas and present them in front of an experienced expert panel at the end of the course.
Training programs are organized in cooperation with generous partners: Riga City Council, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Embassies of Sweden in Riga and Tallinn, Cambridge Innovation Academy, University of Latvia, Riga Technical University, Anglia Ruskin University, regional universities (Daugavpils University, Liepaja University, Rezekne Academy of Technologies, Virumaa College of Tallinn University of Technology) and others.
So far training courses have been organized in following cities:
- Cambridge, U.K. (Since 2015/2016 each Winter season)
- Rīga (Since 2015 each Autumn season)
- Valka/Valga, Latvia and Estonia (Autumn 2017)
- Daugavpils (Spring 2015 and Spring 2017)
- Kohtla-Järve, Estonia (Autumn 2016)
Liepāja (Autumn 2016)
- Rēzekne (Autumn 2015)