Every challenge facing a beginner, has already been experienced by someone.
Our mentors make sure that entrepreneurs always have someone at their disposal who can answer all their business questions.
Ustvarjalnik accepts mentorships for teams and individuals who have a clear intention to carry out their projects. We are happy to give everyone an hour of free help, which they can apply for by writing to our mentor, Aljaz Osetič, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we see potential in the team, we will immediately assign them a mentor, or else we will direct them to one of our workshops or lectures and stay in touch until they are ready for intensive mentoring work.
What does the mentorship encompass
Lack of money to get started
Lack of knowledge to complete a project
Lack of willpower and discipline to complete
Advise how to raise start-up money
Help draw up a project timeline for the project
Help organize the team
Contribute recommendations and their contacts that can help the team
Oversee teamwork and help keep deadlines
Each mentoring begins with a diagnosis of the current condition. Through a structured and in-depth conversation, the mentor and team get to know each other.
The team then, together with the mentor, develops a work schedule that sets out concrete and measurable goals to be followed during the mentoring period. This helps both the mentor who directs the team towards the goal as well as the team, as it makes it easier to organize their work according to this plan.
The team meets with the mentor at regular meetings, which are either weekly or monthly, according to the agreement. Each meeting is structured and includes a presentation of the progress from the last meeting and an agreement to work towards the future. The mentor assists the team with advice and suggestions throughout this process.
In the context of regular meetings, the mentor, at his own discretion, assists the team with various expert advice or helps them get in touch with potential partners, investors or other mentors. To this end, the mentor may also assign specific tasks to the team. At the end of the mentoring period, the mentor performs an evaluation with the team, which also includes the establishment of a strategic work plan for the future.