Gain knowledge and develop critical thinking of:
• Basics of every business decision
• How to plan your project from idea to realization and where can financiers be found
• Avoiding mistakes when planning and presenting your idea or project
• Why do people spend a night in a tent to be the first to buy a new iPhone
• What does Google know about us and what can we learn from Google data
• Power of building a network
• Digital currencies, CSR, intellectual property and many more…
• Turning knowledge into practice – daily group work with a mentor on developing business
ideas. During the Camp, students will work on their project with a mentor, applying the
knowledge they gain and presenting it at the and.
• 17 different business topics presented by experienced managers from companies like
Google, Decathlon, or Bright Entertainment, alongside university professors and StartUp
• 4 workshops
• 3 field trips to companies from different industries
• daily free-time activities
• creating a network of new friendships
Our summer camps are meant to enrich the lives of young adults by providing one of the greatest experiences in their young lives, exposing them to the college student lifestyle in order to prepare them for their freshman year, choosing a field of study, or empowering them to start an entrepreneurial journey.
Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.
The Youth Business Camp provides an educational adventure for youth from around the world by teaching disciplines and skills which are needed to make business work, in order to empower them to become successful young people.
The values we teach are integrity, critical-thinking, creativity, teamwork, courage, and community. We are proud to be a part of the World Innovation and Change Management Institute family.
By promoting open dialogue, fostering curiosity and critical thinking, we provide a safe and fun environment for personal development of future leaders and entrepreneurs.
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