Greencubator has launched an education platform and opened the call for application for the first students.
The first educational platform for eco-startups Greencubator.Academy was launching in Ukraine. The platform proposes free business education on how to create own environmentally friendly business. Recruitment of the first students has already opened and will last until December 12, 2021.
The platform aims to give Ukrainian climate innovators access to quality business education in the Ukrainian language and help them take the first step into real business. The platform provides several training courses covering green entrepreneurs, communities, small and medium-sized corporations.
The training course on green startups is already available for registration at the Greencubator.Academy. It is designed for eco-activists and eco-innovators who have their green idea and dream of making it a profitable business.
The course consists of an open and a closed part.
- The open part is available to everyone. It covers the progress as a result of problem-solving, the founders’ role, market segmentation, the deal as the value proposition that startups form for the client.
- The closed part is available only for those students who have passed the open part and completed homework. It covers business assumptions, customer discovery, lean canvas, jobs to be done theory.
Students will not receive certificates or diplomas at the end of the course. Instead, they will have a business plan with which they can start their own green business. And to strengthen the students’ ability the course includes several closed events designed to acquaint future startups with the best green business practices, other startups’ experience, and potential investors.
Learn more and register for the first training course here: https://greencubator.academy/.
Greencubator.Academy is supported by the Green for Growth Fund with the financial support of the European Union under the EU4Energy Initiative. The contents are the sole responsibility of Greencubator and do not reflect the European Union views.