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Join Free Webinar on Entrepreneurship for Beginners


Startup/Entrepreneur Hackathon Webinar is inviting individuals who are dreaming of starting their own business and becoming their own boss to join a free session. The multiple-date event takes place on September 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29.

“Let our Entrepreneurship workshop assist you with accomplishing your business fantasies. Being an entrepreneur can be full of risks. These risks are minimized through drafting a business plan, knowing your competition, and successful marketing. All these and more can be found in our Entrepreneurship workshop,” the event brief says.

The webinar features training about new concepts and technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, fintech, drone technology, smart cities and smart entrepreneurship.

The objectives of the workshop are as follows:

• Understand how to begin a business

• Develop a business plan

• Get financing for your business

• Find interesting business ideas today

• Hire and train employees

• Run your business

• Grow your business

• Grow a business strategy

• Learn the basics in entrepreneurship

• Learn about business opportunities in artificial intelligence

• Learn about business opportunities in blockchain

• Learn about business opportunities in fintech

• Learn about business opportunities in smart cities

• Learn about business opportunities in smart entrepreneurship

• Best of all, You can Start Today!

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