Marcus Orlovsky’s youth business incubation and motivation seminar “Dare to dream”

Youth and students business incubation motivation seminar “Dare to dream” by British education expert Marcus Orlovsky on 12th April, 2014 at RISEBA.

RISEBA Creative Business Incubator with the support of the British Council in Latvia is organizing a creative youth and students business incubation motivation seminar “Dare to Dream” on Saturday, 12th April, 2014 at 15:00, Riga, Meža Street 3, room 25 (round building in the yard).

The main aim of the seminar is to motivate young people, particularly, students in Latvia to start their own business.

Marcus Orlovsky from Bryanston Square

Education expert and entrepreneur Marcus Orlovsky works with schools, teachers and students to create better life chances for all. Bryanston Square, which he co-founded, is now recognized as one of the leaders in educational and futures thinking. Realising that simply talking about best practice is not enough, Marcus and his team implement their thoughts through their work with everyone – from educational leaders to individual students.

“Dare to Dream” is a lively, moving and reflective roller coaster ride in a seminar addressing the issues which might block innovation and development. Marcus will lead participants through a journey of self discovery and benchmarking against what is required and what others are doing. Marcus’s thought provoking and entertaining manner of delivery stimulates ideas and discussion in audiences around the world where he is a well known figure in educational and commercial circles.

More about Marcus Orlovsky and his work at

More about RISEBA Creative Business Incubator at

Welcome to seminar free of charge and get inspired! 

Apply online by filling this form till 10th of April, 2014.

Create & Start your business while still studying!

Contact person:
Mrs Iveta Cirule,
Head of RISEBA Creative Business Incubator
Mobile: +371 29189748

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