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MARCOD to boost maritime entrepreneurs

MARCOD to boost maritime entrepreneurs

05-05-2017 14:00:00


The Maritime Elite Training Center offers young entrepreneurs in the maritime area assistance to boost their development. This takes place through a 6-8 month long course, which includes individual counseling with external experts.

"We are now focusing more on recruiting this type of entrepreneurships because we can make a difference to help the development of this type of business with tailor-made processes that support their development precisely in the places that lift them beyond some core areas of their business,"says Allan Hejlet, Project Manager at MARCOD, who runs the Maritime Elite Training Center together with LIVA consult A/S and VæksthusNordjylland.

The Maritime Elite Training Center is one of 10 development centers in Denmark in the large national venture Scale-Up Denmark.

The Elite Training Center wishes to attract maritime entrepreneurs from all over the country who want to enhance their competencies in self-chosen areas, such as: International partnerships, marketing or capital injection.

In February, the Maritime Elite Training Center started training the first team of maritime entrepreneurs.

Source: MARCOD / Maritime Denmark


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