Ewelina Tabone, Nancy Wendt, Kinga Schubert, Kasia Strejmer, Kamila Slazak and Gosia Wroblewska are seen during a Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce “Entrepreneurial Women Project” course in November 2015. Image credit: LaLa La Photo 

This is the 6th edition of the annual training programme, which aims to give women interested in setting up their own undertaking a primer in key aspects of running a business, from taxes and labour law to social media and networking.

According to the Polish chamber, this year participants will have the:

“… opportunity to work with a dedicated, professional coach on their business project. The EWP project will start with group coaching that will help participants to know each other, as well as discover their skills and values necessary for pursuing their project. Later, each woman will have the possibility to work with a personal coach, with whom she will have three individual sessions.”

The 45-hour course takes place over six Saturdays starting on 28 September; a graduation gala takes place on Tuesday 12 November.

The course “is open to women of all nationalities who have a good command of English,” the chamber said. The fee is €150 for LPCC members or €195 for non-members. Enrolment is capped at 30 participants.

The deadline to apply is 15 September.