Are you an Immigrant Entrepreneur with a business idea and looking at how to start a new business?

The Immigrant Entrepreneurship Training program might be what you need!

This is a twelve weeks program supported by Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN) and Wildman Institute.

Wildman Institute is a non- profit, small business support facility in Edmonton which offers entrepreneurial training programs for a variety of client groups such as immigrant entrepreneurs. They also provide individual coaching, group facilitation and business consulting for entrepreneurial clients. In addition they do workshops and capacity building programs for not-for-profit organizations.

The Immigrant Entrepreneurship Training Program has been initiated in 2011 to support newcomers in establishment and expansion of their businesses. It is aimed at provision of basic information about how to start or expand a business, how to prepare a business plan to access technical as well financial support from government assisted program, banks and financiers/investors.

The program includes twelve week formal training to be conducted on Saturdays followed by one on one counseling and mentorship during first year of establishment/expansion of the businesses and linkages to business development service providers and financiers/investors. All services are free for the newcomers who have a good business idea and they have the time to work on their business idea.

Starts: September 7th, 2013
Ends:  December 14th, 2013
Saturdays from 12:20 to 4 pm
Location: 11713 – 82 Street, Edmonton
 
To register please contact :
Janet: 780 -966-4001
Tarek: 780-655-6523
 
 EMCN