The six-month program targets student female entrepreneurs. It insures they build entrepreneurial skills from a young age.
“The Company Program”, launched by Injaz Egypt and comes in partnership with Orange and Red Rock International School, aims to encourage young female students who look forward to building their startups. The program is tailored to teach the participants by practice, meaning that the participating groups will undertake comprehensive training to develop their personal as well as entrepreneurial skills.
The program will qualify them to build a good knowledge base about starting their lives as entrepreneurs. It will start by teaching them how to design an idea, passing by how to do the marketing and pitch it to investors.
“The Company Program” consists of five phases; the first one is introduction to the entrepreneurial skillset, the second phase is the idea creation, evaluating and integrating it inside a commercial business model. The third phase is to learn how to transform the idea into a project, the fourth phase is building the company. Last phase is the pitch training sessions.
Egyptian female students under the age of 28 are invited to apply. The applicant team has to range from three to five members. Application is open here.