Future female entrepreneurs might want to take this class.
Are you a woman thinking about starting a new firm in the Grand Duchy, but need a crash course (or to brush up) on business basics? That is the goal of the “Entrepreneurial Women Project”, organised by the Luxembourg-Poland Business Club.
The three year old LPBC promotes economic ties between Luxembourg and Poland, and uses English as its official language in order to be more inclusive of all the Grand Duchy’s residents and firms.
“We encourage women to participate in this event because there is a lack of such training in Luxembourg, specifically designed for females and in English, the most international language,” according to Artur Sosna, president of the LPBC. “There are many women from Sweden, Greece, China, Poland and America for example and it seems to be important to give them this opportunity when they may not be familiar with official languages of Luxembourg.”
Thirty women attended last year’s course, which again will include seminars on everything from tax rules and budgeting to marketing and local business culture (see “Female entrepreneurs on the way “ link below). Presenters this time include Miriam Keusen and Konstanze Ziegler, tax advisors with the consulting firm KPMG.
The second edition will be held six Saturdays starting on 3 October and ending 14 November. The course costs €150 for LPBC members or €195 for non-members.
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