Lebanon: GIMED launches a call for trainers in green entrepreneurship
September 1, 2021
Berytech, the Lebanese partner of the EU-funded project GIMED has launched a call for trainers in Lebanon to help establish early-stage green start-ups working on eco-innovative products or services.
Under this scope, the project provides training, coaching sessions, capacity building workshops and sub-grants to consolidate green business creation and development. In this sense, trainers selected in this call will deliver a green capacity building program, following The Switchers.org tool created under the SwitchMed methodology.
The selected trainers will help 40 early-stage ventures better shape their business and come up with a robust green business plan. The entrepreneurs will receive training workshops and will be split into four groups to benefit from group coaching sessions that will provide them with tailored input between October and December 2021, with a minimum of 55 hours in total.
As an expert, you can apply and submit your proposal by 10 September, including the detailed training curriculum, timeline and agenda, budget, methodology suggested and the trainers CVs listing his/her experience in the field adequate for the project scope.
Launched under the ENI-CBC Med Programme, EU-funded GIMED’s main goal is to support entrepreneurs, particularly young and women, to better access to finance and markets in 5 Mediterranean countries: Spain, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia, Egypt and Italy. On the ground, the project will train and coach eco-innovators and encourage financiers to invest in the Mediterranean eco-innovation sector.