How to find your first customers?
You are invited to learn entrepreneurship-related topics from our best experts, brought to you in the form of friendly and interactive workshops, with the purpose of supporting you in your development towards becoming a skilled and knowledgeable young entrepreneur.
Join us in finding out from our business-mentor, how can you find business ideas if you are a future young entrepreneur or a youngster passionate about this topic.
Application deadline: 29th of March
General Manager Logiscool Romania
What you will learn
- Cost- Benefit Analysis
- Buying funnel
- What is “need analysis” and how to use it?
- Decision process
- Customer Journey concept
it take place?
This workshop, as well as the following ones, will take place online. This is due to the fact that we aim to keep our participants as safe as possible, in the current pandemic context, as well as to offer the best educational experience. You will receive the Zoom link 1 day prior to the course, alongside multiple Zoom usage guidelines.
Our Business Mentor
The General Manager at Logiscool Romania, a code school addressed to youngsters and children. After being CMO in a big corporation, she left this position for being an entrepreneur in 2014. In 2017-2018, Indira took a CEO mandate at the biggest provider for bio products in Romania.
Starting from 2021, she is involved in education topics: business mentoring at the EA- The Entrepreneurship Academy and in primary schools.
Ready to find out more?
Alumni Case Studies
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In my first year of faculty I tried to start a marketplace for house-services like cleaning, grocery-shopping, etc. Unfortunately, I found it way too challenging to aggregate supply on the Romanian market and I was too unexperienced for it, so I shut it down after 1 year and 15,000 EUROS in revenue.
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When I first joined EA, I had no clue about what business I wanted to start or want I wanted to do. In the 1st year, I initiated and joined several projects that attracted me, at first, at least. Looking back, I realise that I was actually looking to discover myself, my passions and the field in which I could have the greatest impact.
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My entrepreneurial journey started with a huge failure. I’ve spent my first year at EA trying to launch a business idea which aimed to bring healthy food in public schools using vending machines. What I didn’t acknowledge at that time was that the food business is tough
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