This article was developed within the program Venture an Idea funded by the USAID.
As the year comes to a close, now is the perfect time to reflect on the diverse projects that were undertaken on the preduzmi.rs website. Engaging in a broad spectrum of initiatives, the Preduzmi team has been diligently involved in creating diverse educational resources and organizing significant events.
Here are the Top 5 endeavors that have defined this year.
This year, Digital initiative Serbia and itâs partners hosted the second Splet Tech Conference, attracting over 2000 participants. The Splet Tech Conference stands as the largest regional event devoted to innovation and innovative entrepreneurship.
This year was marked by two significant research endeavors: Startup Scanner and the Report on 'Women in the Serbian Startup Ecosystem.' Startup Scanner aims to comprehensively analyze the development and success factors of startups. The 'Women in the Serbian Startup Ecosystem' report emerged from a deeper analysis of the 2022 Startup Scanner results, obtained through research involving a sample of 150 founders of domestic startups.
- Podcast (Startit)
The idea behind the Entrepreneurial Stories podcast is to share the experiences and stories of our most innovative entrepreneurs. Through this platform, guests will have the opportunity to interactively discuss their successes, setbacks, and offer insights and advice in a unique way.
Within the project, Faculty of Organisational Science have launched two pivotal projects: Route2Launch with the FON and Expert to Mentors. Route2Launch is a pre-incubation startup mentorship program tailored for students launching ideas before formal incubation. Expert to Mentors connects entrepreneurs and experts with seasoned mentors, providing valuable resources for insights and experiences in business management
In collaboration with Startit and with the support of the USAID, Digital Initiative Serbia conducted the Ideation Program. The program comprised workshops aimed at defining ideas for launching successful businesses and initiating entrepreneurial careers. Over 200 participants engaged in the workshops, marking the beginning of their entrepreneurial journey.
This article is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this program are the responsibility of Nova Iskra and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government