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Oct 06, 2014

To support the future of business, the Nordea Business School "From Idea to Investor" opened its fifth anniversary training season. For the fifth year in a row, new and potential entrepreneurs will be able to study for six months free of charge in order to gain valuable knowledge, get practical advice and learn from the experience of leading industry experts and entrepreneurs. At the end of the training program, the most successful business ideas will be presented to potential investors. Applicants were welcome to enrol by middle of October. application form on www.nordea.lv/biznesaskola.

"The Nordea Business School course continues to grow and develop, and has already proved itself to be a highly appreciated and valuable tool for supporting potential and new entrepreneurs. During four years, the Nordea Business School has received around 3,500 business ideas, more than 200 new entrepreneurs have participated in the study course, and one third of them have presented their ideas to potential investors and have successfully started their own businesses," states Kristīne Lomanovska, the author of the idea behind Nordea Business School. "One of the keys to success, by all means, is a strong and diverse network of partners who share their practical knowledge and provide individual consultations to the new entrepreneur on all issues of interest. The success story, however, which we are proud of year after year, is the involvement and support of Nordea Business School graduates or alumni who share their business experience and success stories every year."

More information is available on www.nordea.lv/biznesaskola

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