Deadline for applications until 21 May 2019 Contact: +389 2 312 55 00, +389 70 355 656 PRICE: For students and unemployed 20% discount
This training aims to explain the role and significance of the STARTUPS in general in the light of the new trends and challenges.
The training will include practices and experiences from significant entrepreneurs from Israel and North of Macedonia, where within their story they give motivation , ways how to succeed with your ideas, how to take challenges and make a progress with the STARTUPS.
The seminar is intended for all young and future entrepreneurs, senior entrepreneurs, students, as well as all others who want to get to know and exchange experience from the challenges and trends of the startups.
Certification and language
In the end, each participant receives a certificate for participation in the training.
The training is conducted in English and Macedonian.
Our experts (lecturers)
C.E.O Korea-Israel Co.
Ram Gilboa study Anthropology and Business management in the USA and continued his studies for History, Philosophy and sociology of science and ideas in Israel.
He lived I S. Korea for 8 years where he worked for the Israel embassy there, lectured in the university and was consultant for the several Korean government business organizations.
Currently, Ram lives in Israel and is the owner of StepUp Medica which is a company that develored stairs climbing wheelchair.
This is his 3rd startup company.
PhD. Sinisha Naumoski
Member of the National Council of National Bank of North Macedonia
Executive director of Academy for Banking and Information Technology – ABIT
Professor of Institute for Business and Management HEIDELBERG Skopje
Founder of BastetNoir and Coffice Co-working
Education wise, I have a bachelor degree in entrepreneurship at Gea College, Ljubljana, Slovenia and a masters degree in fashion and luxury management from SKEMA university in France. My work experience started as an intern for an event organizing company, where I was working as a project manager for PR and marketing events. After that I started working as a business focus researcher for the Ethical Fashion Forum in London. I founded Bastet Noir 5 years ago with the idea to promote and sell Macedonian fashion designers outside of the borders of Macedonia. That concept failed, so two years ago I’ve decided to turn Bastet Noir into a fashion label that will do custom-made clothing items, selling them online which turned to be an incredible success, with more than 500 pieces sold last year all over the world and more than 600 online retailers carrying Bastet Noir’s collections. Around that same period, I’ve also founded Coffice, the first co-working centar in Macedonia. Other than this I’m a storyteller, fashion lover, incurable dreamer and relentless entrepreneur at heart.