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Selected best business ideas BIHUB II “Support for women’s green and sustainable entrepreneurship”

After having held a number of workshops, the best business ideas were chosen within the framework of the BIHUB II program “Support to women’s green and sustainable entrepreneurship”, which the Center for Education and Socialization implements through the “Business Center Jajce” project in cooperation with the non-governmental organization Cultural and Educational Society PiNA from Slovenia.

On the 12th December 2023, twelve participants of the BIHUB II programme excellently and courageously presented their business ideas in front of a jury composed of Mirna Buić, project coordinator of the PiNA Cultural and Educational Society, Olga Knez, project coordinator of Katapult, Amila Hadžić, head of the Jajce Municipality’s Economy Service, and Šehzija Hozan Drek, coordinator of the “Business Center Jajce” project.

The jury selected four entrepreneurs and their business ideas based on their presentations and business plans. They were rewarded with a great opportunity to promote and develop green and sustainable business models at a local level.

The winning entrepreneurs, Marina Čavar, Jelena Bilandžija, Monika Tomić and Jelena Gavranić, will be part of a formative process, mentoring and advisory support. Additionally, they will also receive financial support of €3,000 to successfully implement their business idea.

With this project, we want to empower women, especially from our local community, to start their own entrepreneurships and ensure their involvement in leaderships.

We wish our young entrepreneurs a successful realization of their business ideas.

The partners of the project are: PiNA Cultural Education Society, Youth Education Center Travnik, Jajce Education and Fellowship Center, Linnovate Business Park and Katapult, a company for the promotion of entrepreneurship, d.o.o.

The project is co-financed by the Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia.