IESA and Bancamiga offer 200 scholarships to train entrepreneurs

People interested in enrolling in the program may apply until June 12 to opt for one of the 200 scholarships for this 100 % online training space

When you have a business idea, but you don’t know how or where to start, the key is training to be able to start a business sustainably and add value to the country. For this reason, IESA and Bancamiga present a new cohort of the Emprende Program, which will have 200 scholarships aimed at providing participants with the possibility of validating, from the virtual classroom, their entrepreneurial ideas effectively and moving forward successfully.

For this new edition of the program, the 200 scholarships awarded by Bancamiga are part of its Social Responsibility management aimed at promoting training spaces that allow strengthening the entrepreneurial capacities of Venezuelans.

Bancamiga invites you to apply until June 12

The course lasts eight weeks, the banking institution said in a statement; It is designed so that participants enter the platform at available times, in order to review the content and weekly activities. Those interested have until June 12 to complete the application form at the following link:

This training experience covers a total of 80 academic hours and includes electronic teaching material, a certificate of attendance, as well as the advice of a mentor endorsed by the most important management school in the country. It is essential that participants have a computer, tablets or smartphones with an internet connection to access the virtual classroom.

Professor Edwin Ojeda, coordinator of the Emprende Program and researcher at IESA’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, assures that “Emprende’s main strength is that it makes entrepreneurs go out into the streets to validate their business ideas. It allows them to build a model and simultaneously validate customer needs.”

For more information about the program, you can check out the website

With information from Bancamiga Banco Universal

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