For parents and high school students. 

Why not give teenagers the chance to learn entrepreneurial skills from a young age, just like they learn math, science, and languages?

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Let’s talk about Numbers:

41%

of teenagers would consider entrepreneurship as a career option.

13%

of entrepreneurs started their business at age 18 or younger.

67%

of teenagers state that "fear of failure" as the main reason for not starting a business.

Why entrust us with your child's education?

What Sets Us Apart

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Why we designed this program

Benefits

01. Excellence starts young

Great sportsmen, musicians, and artists have one common trait: they started practicing very early in their lives. Given the similar practical approach, entrepreneurship also requires practice.

02. It takes practice

Graduate students decide to become entrepreneurs after going through initial traditional career paths. This program will give them a chance to learn an entrepreneurial mindset earlier in life so that they can make more informed decisions later on.

03. Learning resilience

80% of jobs that will exist in 2030 have not been invented yet. We would like to equip teens with entrepreneurial mindsets and coping skills so that they can adapt quickly, even if they go down a traditional career path.

A word from Gustavo

How It All Started

After more than 6 years coaching graduate students in their professional careers, I realized a recurring trait: many of them felt frustrated because they couldn’t put their creative skills in practice through the job opportunities they were offered. The strongest drive behind these creative skills were innovative: the willingness to develop certain business ideas, solve specific societal problems, put in practice that old business dream. But they don’t know how to, and now they see themselves in a moment in life that they should keep on following a path pre-determined for them: graduate and find a job. In a nutshell, they saw themselves trapped in the graduation-job track because they were not given the chance to experience their entrepreneurial drive early on in their lives, before they committed to a graduation journey and a following job-hunting spree.

Parents who see entrepreneurial potential in their kids but don’t know how to develop them

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Parents that run their own businesses and would like their kids to learn entrepreneurship from practice so they can carry on the family business

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Individuals who want to develop strategic skills such as creative problem solving, critical thinking, dealing with uncertainty, safety towards risks and decision-making

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Individuals who lack practical and experiential learning opportunities

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Parents who want to give their children a competitive edge in the business and job market

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Who wish to extend their learning beyond traditional schooling systems

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This program is for those...

Sessions

The program consists of 10 group sessions (of a maximum of 3 students) and 10 individual sessions. The schedule will be customized for each individual student.

Location

Our workshops will be held at the CIC, next to Rotterdam Central Station, a place that hosts many up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

Content

Participants go through the whole journey of developing new products and services: finding and framing customer problems, ideating, prototyping, testing, and collecting feedback.

Amenities and learning material

We provide all office supplies necessary, as well as free paperback copies of supporting literature. In addition, snacks and drinks will be available for each session. 

Workshop structure

€2.299,00 incl. 21% BTW

Unit 01.

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How do I enroll?

If you are unsure whether this is the right next step for you or your child, you can book a call to meet your future coach. This way you can learn more about the program. 

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Finding the best match

After your initial call, if you wish to proceed with the enrollment, we will match each student with an individual coach and place them in a peer group that will best support their learning style.

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Agreeing on a sustainable learning schedule

Next, we will commit to a weekly meeting time, that fits your schedule and will allow the student to maximize their learning potential.

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