Next Friday, the 17th, the registration period for the second edition of the training program ‘Pamplona Emprende. Green Economy’, launched by the Pamplona City Council and the Navarra European Business and Innovation Center (CEIN) to support and train people who want to develop a business idea. On this occasion, projects linked to the green economy, energy, efficiency, recycling, sustainability or the circular economy, among others, will be prioritized.
Among the registered people, 20 will be selected, who will participate in a 300-hour training course, between the months of September and December 2022, in which they will receive basic tools related to entrepreneurship, through the Learning by doing methodologies. doing) and Lean. The goal will be to define and configure your ideas and turn them into business projects. The people participating in the course will address aspects related to creativity and innovation, marketing, financing or sales. In addition, they will have people trained in entrepreneurship from CEIN, as well as experts in sectors of opportunities to undertake in the green economy and mentors who will provide feedback to the projects and help them channel their business ideas.
To participate in this program it will be necessary to fill in the registration form, available on the Pamplona City Council and CEIN websites.
On the 14th, a masterclass with the businesswoman Lisa Lang
In addition, to get to know the program more closely, throughout the month of May and the beginning of June several masterclasses have been developed on business opportunities related to the green economy. Next Tuesday, the 14th, the last one will take place, led by Lisa Lang, a computer engineer and one of the 50 most influential women according to Forbes Europe.
Lang will offer her own entrepreneurial expertise through a number of highly recognized companies such as ElektroCouture, ThePowerHouse and FNDMT, which are dedicated to driving innovation within the creative and innovative industry’s green systems. In addition, Lang is a direct creative industries, digitization and entrepreneurship advisor to the European Commission on several high-level advisory councils, including the Skills Pact, the Industry Forum and the US/EU Trade and Technology Council.