The Guria Entrepreneurial School joint venture between the Caucasus School of Business and Ozurgeti Techno Park has begun. On November 1, the first online meeting took place.
Avto Tavdishvili, manager of Ozurgeti Techno Park, and Elene Jgharkava, dean of the Caucasus University School of Business, opened the training, and the speakers gave a brief introduction to the project.
Nino Andriadze, an associate professor at Caucasus University and the founder of the businesses Mindworks, Wise Nut, and Codington, served as the main speaker.
Participants in the aforementioned project include people interested in entrepreneurship and students from various Guria schools.
The meeting covered topics like the essence of entrepreneurship, thinking styles, and challenges.