Marketing, finance, recruiting, communication… You often become an entrepreneur “on the job”, not only because you have to master several jobs at the same time, but also because you often start alone, with your idea.
Entrepreneurs, however, are not alone: this is the whole raison d’être of the Lyve Festival. Thus, on 23 and 24 March, 85 actors in support of business creation in the Lyon metropolitan area will propose fun and concrete workshops in support of project leaders and young offspring. ” Our mission is to help 25% of the French who want to launch, underlines Céline Blain, project manager for Entrepreneurship and Communication for the Co Naissances association, partner of the Festival. I am generally looking for freedom and meaning. We want to help them better understand their ambitions, values, personalities and talents. By misunderstanding their potential or the playing field, they can censor themselves ”.
Accompagnée de the association de développement local pour l’emploi et la formation (ADL), de la couveuse Auxime et de la cooperative d’activités Elycoop et 60 000 Rebonds, Co Naissances animera une expérience immersive reproduisant les quatre étapes clefs d’une agency. The validation of his project, its construction, the launch of the company and the rebound after bankruptcy.
Make your project concrete
And once his decision has been made, his project blocked, his determination anchored to the body, how to go forward, with what safety nets? Again, the festival aims to remove all fears and blocks that hinder the path of project leaders. ” This is an opportunity to approach entrepreneurship in a different way, in a slightly unusual and fun way, while providing as much useful information as possible ” explains Alice Moyet, head of economic development at the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Chamber of Trades and Crafts. The community will in fact be present at the Festival to guide participants to validate the profitability of their project and to implement it concretely.
“Entrepreneurs absolutely need to know that they are not alone when they start, Alice Moyet insists. Many local actors support this long-term experience, to help build relationships, open doors, become cultured in a world that is still little known. In short, pulling all the right strings to bring your idea to life. “
To make this possible, the Festival will also offer many other workshops: leadership, creativity, marketing, communication, impact, intellectual property … Enough to go out armed to become the next startup of the year!
Do you finally want to launch your project? Don’t forget to sign up for events!
Maddyness, media partner of the Entrepreneurs Festival