Homework HUB and MeOut group partner of the “Restart the economy” project financed by the International Visegrad Fund, hosted young, enthusiastic, and innovative future entrepreneurs from Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Poland, Hungary, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Saturday in our HUB was exuding a new beginning of the economy of the Western Balkan, but also readiness for the EU.
MeOut group is a leading organization in Hungary, headquartered in Budapest, dealing with start-ups and youth entrepreneurship. The three-day training gave participants a chance to learn a lot from great lecturers and jury members including:
- Dušan Vasiljević, NALED, Director for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Nikša Grgurević, Associate Professor, Vice Dean for Education, Faculty of Management, Herceg Novi
- Péter Kovacs, Co-Founder, Global Startup Awards
- Katarina Hazuchova, Independent Environmental Analyst.
HUB’s Saturday was full of remarkable ideas, economy, marketing methods, and brand creation.
Homework HUB’s team also shared their expertise and experience on what it takes to run a start-up in a country that doesn’t recognize the term, especially when the start-up is revolved around education. Networking did its thing: many will continue working on their ideas in Homework because youth and entrepreneurship don’t have limits.