An educational seminar titled 'Chance for a Job' is a joint project of the Investment Development Fund (IRF) and the Employment Bureau of Montenegro (ZZZCG) in cooperation with the Municipality of Bar. The presentation of the project took place on Thursday, March 8, 2018, in the grand hall of the Municipality of Bar, starting at 13:00.
The President of the Bar Municipality, Dr. Zoran Srzentic, and the director of the ZZZCG g. Suljo Mustafić were present, while the President of the Board of Directors of IRF, Zoran Vukcevic, presented the Program.
This project is implemented in order to animate and support unemployed persons, inform and support specific target groups (young, women, university, technological surplus, individual producers) through the financial and non-financial support of these two institutions in order to start their business.
In the second part of the program, IRF representatives, in cooperation with the representatives of the ZZZCG and BSC Bar, presented the support in detail through discussion with the participants.
At the seminar, BSC Bar presented its type of non-financial support for entrepreneurs and unemployed persons. Namely, through the start-up support program, these individuals can train and test business ideas, train the market and finance, and develop their own business plan. If the company is not registered in cooperation with partners, BSC Bar can get support in registration. In the business incubator BSC Bar entrepreneurs beginners can also get business premises under favorable conditions.
In order to provide educational support to the unemployed, as well as existing small and medium enterprises that want to apply for loans, IRF BSC Bar will organize educational workshops for the preparation of the Business Plan for IRF in the forthcoming period. If you would like to take part in the workshops, please fill out the application form and email it to us at email@example.com no later than the 15th of the month for the month for which you are applying. Workshops will be organized for at least 5 participants.