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MBA-style Entrepreneurial Program in Sarajevo (May 10-21, 2021)

The LEADER Project, hosted by Restart and facilitated by Ivey Business School, empowers promising entrepreneurs in Bosnia and Herzegovina to learn business fundamentals, build business plans, and bring their business ideas to life.

Learn business fundamentals through the following modules: New Venture Creation, Business Strategy, Marketing Strategy and Tactics, Operations, Entrepreneurial Finance (Financial Statements & Cash Flow), Go-To-Market Strategy, Managing People, Communications, and Business Plan Development.
LEADER has helped transfer business leadership and analytical skills hundreds of participants globally, many of whom have since propelled their careers, expanded their business or launched new ventures. This is LEADER’s third year in Sarajevo and the team could not be more excited to build new relationships with Restart and program participants.

LEADER Project is being held from the 10th to 21nd of May, 2021 in Sarajevo (16:00-19:30).

LEADER’s teaching approach is innovative and interactive. The program will be delivered to one (1) class through ten 4-hour sessions over the 2 week period; each session includes one (1) case study, one (1) lecture, and one (1) hour of entrepreneurial coaching.

LEADER designs a curriculum best suited to participant skill sets and the BiH region

In ten days, participants will engage in intensive workshops and entrepreneurial coaching with well-respected leaders from Ivey Business School, a leading Canadian institution.

Envision, launch or scale new ventures with LEADER

LEADER’s vision is to equip entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs with the business decision-making skills to create valuable businesses and improve the well-being of the regions in which they live.

This program was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State

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