Loden conducted its 9th Entrepreneurship Crash Course
As part of the annual Entrepreneurship training Program, Loden Foundation conducted its 9th entrepreneurship crash course on the 4th week of April, 2013. The crash course was aimed at providing potential entrepreneurs insights on the basic fundamentals of entrepreneurship.
The two-day free entrepreneurship crash course was attended by aspiring entrepreneurswho are now considering entrepreneurship as an alternative to lead an independent and successful life.
The crash course was opened with a note from Dr. Karma Phuntsho, the founder and trustee of Loden. He shared his views on how the entrepreneurs can help address various social issues through creation of employment opportunities. Dr Karma also highlighted on the magnitude of ethical business and contribution it makes to the socio-economic development of the state.
The two-day crash course was given by a pool of highly acclaimed trainers comprising both national and international business experts.
The crash course covered topics such as hiring the right people for your business, critical thinking, basic books of accounts and spotting opportunity & evaluations. The training also covered other crucial aspects of entrepreneurship such as business communication, strategic management, business leadership, Marketing and competition and business proposal writing.
Towards the end of the training sessions, short survey was done to evaluate the training program. The report revealed that the overall program met the expectations of the participants and they found it very informative. This gives a clear indication on need of similar trainings for aspiring entrepreneurs to help them execute their business concepts and run business projects successfully in the future.
Out of 41 participants 18 men and 23 women took part in the two day entrepreneurship course. Loden plans to facilitate the next major entrepreneurship training program in Phuntsholing autumn.