The Centre for Entrepreneurial Education and Business Support (CEDA) in partnership with the Association of Business Women of Balti city, acting under regulations of the Ministry of Education (Order No. 1054 from October 10, 2014), held on May 17-26, 2016, the Regional Contest “The Best Business Plan”
The Contest is organized by the project “Moldova Employment and Entrepreneurship Education and Training Activity” (MEEETA III), funded by the Foundation Liechtenstein Development Service (LED).
The purpose of the contest is to promote entrepreneurship among the students of vocational schools by supporting the best business plans.
The Contest is a continuation of the complementary course “Basics of Entrepreneurship” promoted in vocational schools. The students developed their own business plans after completion of the course and presented them during the school contest. Only the winners of first and second places of the school contest have the right to participate in the Regional Contest.
CEDA congratulates the winner sand wishes them success at the National Contest:
– 1st place: Turcuman Alexandru (Vocational School No.3, Bălţi), Ceaicovschii Denis (Vocational School, Cupcini), Şleahtiţchi Ion (Vocational School No. 1, Cahul), Mocanu Marina (Vocational School, Nisporeni), Popa Mihail (Vocational School, Criuleni), Semionov Ivan (Vocational School No. 9, Chişinău) and Prozor Ilona (CEIU – Center of Excellence of Light Industry, branch No. 1 from Chişinău)
– 2nd place: Latîşev Ana (Vocational School No.3, Bălţi), Buzdugan Cristina (IP CESPA – former Vocational School No. 2, Balti), Tudorica Grigore (Vocational School No. 2, Stefan Voda), Argint Cristian (Vocational School No. 2, Cahul), Pisari Ana (Vocational School, Nisporeni), Casian Leonid (Vocational School, Hânceşti), Zaiţev Rodion (Vocational School No. 9, Chişinău) and Nederiţă Diana (CEIU – Center of Excellence of Light Industry, branch No. 2 from Chişinău)
– 3rd place: Murzac Veronica (Vocational School, Soroca), Slivinschi Petru (Vocational School, Soroca), Tulei Cristina (Vocational School, Stefan Voda), Caraivan Nicholas (Vocational School Comrat), Focşa Maria (Vocational School, Căuşeni), Zubco Cristian (Vocational School, Căuşeni), Rotaru Igor (Vocational School No. 6, Chişinău), Gaideu Nadejda (Vocational School No. 5 Chişinău) and Castravet Elisaveta (CEIU – Center of Excellence of Light Industry, branch No. 1 from Chişinău)