The Contest of Business Plans elaborated by graduates of VET schools from Moldova was developed by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Education and Business Support in partnership with Association of Business Women from Balti, with financial support of Liechtenstein Development Service. The most viable 20 business plans were selected to be adjusted in the advanced course of entrepreneurship.
On Wednesday, 30July, 2014, a presentation of the business plans developed by participants of advanced course in entrepreneurship was held in the premises of the Light Industry College from Balti, in front of a committee composed of representatives from donor organizations, entrepreneurs, financial institutions etc. As result, the business plans were reviewed and assessed relying on criteria of their sustainability of implementation in localities.
– Nicu Cretu, CEDA consultant;
– Mihail Metrofan, Director of Light Industry College in Balti;
– Tatiana Puga, AFA Balti President;
– Silvia Protiuc, Director of Balti Professional School no. 2;
– Irina Pavliuc, Director of “Pavira Prim” SRL attended the event.
The courage and willingness of young people to start their own business was appreciated by Committee members; they noted the viability of winners’ business ideas and encouraged them to strive for their success.
The winners of the best business plan were designated during the event, so Dumitru Balan ranked the first place, Lilian Versteac – second place and Olga Bordian – third place. Also, Ana Sontea was awarded for the best presentation of business plan; Peter Culeanu – for the most innovative business idea and Maria Gutanu and Brinza Renata – for the most viable business ideas. All young people received training participation certificates and gifts from the organizers.
Finally, young people that will demonstrate the possibility of implementing the business plan will benefit from an equipment grant.