How Frankfurt Schools helps uncover the Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow

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For the second time, Frankfurt School will be the academic partner of Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow, a business plan competition for high school students organized by the American-German Business Club (AGBC) in Frankfurt.

Participants of the 2015 Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow competition at Frankfurt School.

Participants of the 2015 Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow competition at Frankfurt School.

When the Club approached us last year to see if we could support them, I was immediately convinced. Students from secondary schools in the Rhein-Main region compete alone or in teams. Over the course of five months, they develop a full business plan. Mentors support them, and they attend regular meetings at Frankfurt School, where they learn everything from marketing to setting up a budget plan.

It’s an excellent opportunity for every student who wants to experience how business works and how to develop a vague idea into an actual plan and become an entrepreneur.

The first meeting will take place on 4 December 2015 at our campus. Interested students can sign up at www.entrepreneurs-of-tomorrow.com.

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