The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, in partnership with the UK Government’s Good Governance Fund launched an initiative in Armenia to enable women to start up and develop businesses, attract funding, generate revenues, create jobs, and contribute to economic growth.
Intensive Bootcamp targeted emerging women entrepreneurs (teams and SME founders) with the goal to improve their ability to develop a business, address shortcomings in their business ideas, build teams, generate technological and innovative products, understand basic financial needs and prospects, customer acquisition and sales.
day 1 session 1
January 22, 2021
The training leaded to proactive, self-starting approach to planning, innovation, time management and goal setting and the ability to overcome barriers.
Outcome 1: Motivation of being self-starting on the way of doing business
Outcome 2: Prioritization of being future-oriented to go global
Outcome 3: Key approaches to overcome obstacles and manage emotions to succeed
day 2 session 1
January 27, 2021
Business-idea generation and design thinking
Provided validated tools to define, clarify, and understand the value of an innovation effort to both their customers and their business that gives teams the confidence
day 3 session 1
February 04, 2021
Participants learned how to identify and evaluate resources necessary to successfully carrying out their project.
Outcome 1: Existing resources evaluated
Outcome 2: Needs for new resources identified
Outcome 3: Sources and support systems to reach out to required resources identified.
Founder and President
Armenian Young Women's Association