First training course for a new generation of entrepreneurs was led by Romanian speaker Andy Szekely

The Association of Businessmen if Moldova has launched the preparatory and leadership courses for young entrepreneurs, at the initiative of the founder of ABM, Vlad Plahotniuc.

With this occasion, the founder of ABM, Vlad Plahotniuc advised the people present at the course to take advantage of the series of free preparatory courses.

“I advise you to be attentive, to listen to what it is said to you and to try to use this knowledge in the businesses you will launch in the future or the ones you already launched. I have launched my first businesses in other conditions, there were harsh times, did not have the necessary knowledge, there was no necessary expertise, and many decisions were taken intuitively” declared Vlad Plahotniuc.

He assured youngsters interested in business of the ABM support and encouraged them to trust their own power and thus to contribute to the modernization of the country.

“Take into account that the businesses of rich people, as a rule, most of them are accumulated businesses, built, developed, so they are not inherited. All of them, at one time, started from scratch” also said Vlad Plahotniuc.

He also wrote on his Facebook page: “I have a lot of faith in the beneficial effects of the youngsters' involvement, of many well-prepared young people, in the business field. Moreover, I am a declared supporter of young entrepreneurs in Moldova. They have another training and are benefiting from other requirements for success than were 20 or 25 years ago, they have access to many sources of information, to various knowledge. These are the elements which might help them successfully start a business, in a more predictable environment, and where, together with the newcomers, will become more transparent and correct”.

PUBLIKA.MD reminds that today a workshop for the launching of youngsters in business took place in Chisinau. The event dedicated to the personal and professional development gathered approximately 1,000 participants. The workshop was led by the Romanian speaker Andy Szekely.

The event was broadcasted live on PUBLIKA.MD. This is the first workshop organized in the framework of the education program for young entrepreneurs, launched by the Association of Businessmen.

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