About 400 future entrepreneurs benefit from training
About 400 young people were accepted into the national program "START for YOUTH: a sustainable business at home", launched in February by the Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development (ODIMM). The program aims to integrate young people from Moldova into the economic circuit by facilitating the launch and development of sustainable businesses. The topic was discussed in the program "Public Space", reports Radio Moldova.
As part of the national program "START for YOUTH: a sustainable business at home", future entrepreneurs benefit from training for starting up a business. According to the program manager of ODIMM, Olesea Frunza, the best 100 future entrepreneurs will receive 180 thousand lei each, non-refundable money.
One of the young people who applied to this program is Ion Onofraş from Sangerei. He wants to start a beekeeping business.
Cristina Deliu from Hânceşti also hopes that once she starts a business in a rural area she will be motivated to stay in Moldova.
people aged between 18 and 35, citizens of the Republic of Moldova, willing to start a business or already running a new business, registered in rural and urban areas can apply to the national program "START for YOUTH: a sustainable business at home".