As many as 24 participants take part in the second edition of the WSE Growth Academy, which started last weekend. Until June, they will be participating in a series of ten lecture and meeting sessions. The Academy is part of the WSE's strategic initiative – the WSE Growth program, which aims to support the development and transformation of companies from the SME sector.

"After the completion of the first, successful edition of the WSE Growth Academy, without hesitation, we decided to launch another. Through this program, we want to support small and medium-sized enterprises in the dynamic development of their businesses, for example in foreign expansion or obtaining financing on the capital market. The exchange of experience and knowledge is particularly important. in the current pandemic times, which for many may be a time of business uncertainty. During the program, participants will receive a package of specific tools to support the effective management of the company," Izabela Olszewska, Member of the WSE Management Board, said.

As part of the GPW Growth Academy, networking meetings with experts and business practitioners, workshops and case studies will be held. The next edition of the program includes 110 hours of workshops and lectures as well as numerous accompanying events. In June 2021, at the end of this edition, participants will receive the Ready for Growth certificate.


izabela olszewska
wse growth academy

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