Martin Stojanovik and Tomche Chaloski, members of NBE Foundation took part in the JA-YE Europe Enterprise Challenge, which took place in Skopje, Macedonia on the 4-6 July 2012. The competition was organized by Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Europe.
The JA-YE Europe Enterprise Challenge brings together the best student companies at the post-secondary level (aged 18-30) from all across Europe. The Start Up programme that feeds the participants into the Enterprise Challenge focuses on developing viable and sustainable business ideas with real investment potential—it goes beyond the basics of doing business and challenges participants to find a truly marketable product or service.
As a part of this competition NBE members Tomche Chaloski and Martin Stojanovic successfully presented their business idea - Center for Permanent Business Education (CPBE). The idea focused on the establishment of an Educational Business Center that will offer programmes for developing job skills and job search, workforce training, support for business development and promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit.