MI Invites Thai and Chinese Nationals to a Training on Innovative Entrepreneurship

September 24, 2018

Mekong Institute is pleased to announce a new training course on Innovative Entrepreneurship: From Ideas to Starting a Business on October 29-November 9, 2018 at the MI Residential Training Center in Khon Kaen, Thailand. The training is being supported by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and MASHAV, Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation.

Taking the experiences of Israel, which is well-known for its sound innovative ecosystem, this course is expected to provide a platform for learning and sharing of good practices. The training targets young Thai and Chinese entrepreneurs who would like to establish successful start-ups, but it is open to all interested individuals regardless of age, gender and professional background.

Ml will provide partial scholarship and will cover program-related fees such as resource persons, training materials and field visit expenses.

The applicants, however, must pay USD 600 for accommodation (covering breakfast and lunch during the training days). They are also expected to cover their own flights to/from Khon Kaen and other travel-related expenses.

For more information on the training course, you may download the course information in English.

To apply, fill out the course online application form before October 19, 2018.

Due to high registration rates, we advise all interested participants to register at the soonest time possible as the candidates will be selected on a rolling basis, and thus registration may close earlier.

All inquiries can be addressed to Ms. Than Tha Aung, Program Coordinator at tel: +66 43 202 411-2 Ext. 4103 or thantha@mekonginstitute.org.


Category: Innovation and Technological Connectivity

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