K.Fund announces second enrollment in SME School in Kharkiv
The successful launch of the first Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (SME) School in Kharkiv in October has been followed by a decision to continue the course.
Classes will begin on February 19, 2018. Applications are accepted from December 5 to December 24, 2017. Any resident of Kharkiv who has his or her own business or plans to be an entrepreneur can become a student of SME School.
The curriculum includes a nine-day intensive course in the main areas of business organization and entrepreneurship, in particular: the basics of entrepreneurship, leadership and motivation, marketing support of the enterprise, financial management, operations management and many other areas. After the intensive three-week course, the students will work on business plans, simultaneously enjoying advisory support from the School’s teachers.
K.Fund provides grants for the School, paying 80% of the tuition fee. The fee for those applicants who will be selected will amount to UAH 2,500.
About SME School
Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (SME) School is a project of Vasyl Khmelnytsky’s K.Fund, which is aimed at promoting entrepreneurship in Ukrainian cities through high-quality and timely knowledge and effective, practical skills available to entrepreneurs with different backgrounds. Today the number of graduates of the School is about 200 people.