How can young people START A BUSINESS with Vucic’s EUR 100?
For young people aged 16 to 29, state aid in the amount of 100 euros will be paid from February 1. What those who receive this aid will do with the money is individual, but, according to Minister of Finance Sinisa Mali, some will spend it on cryptocurrencies, some on books, exams, courses.
These are certainly good investments, but according to the advice of many successful people across the world, it may be best to use that money, even though it is a small amount, for investment in a business.
When the citizens of Serbia received the first 100 euros of aid from the state in 2020, Edo Sadikovic, one of the founders of the very successful co-working space Sende in Spain, made a detailed plan of what you need in order to start a business with 100 euros.
Two years later, we contacted Sadikovic to check if anyone had taken his advice to start a business.
Inspiration and “self-inspiration”
As Sadikovic told the BIZLife portal, a lot of people contacted him, including those who started their own small businesses and those who were inspired by the blog.
“A young man started a small project on a raft in Vojvodina, so he contacted me and that is how he got an award. We met in Spain, where he stayed with us for 7 days (a short Instagram video is at the end of the blog),” says Sadikovic.
As he added, he inspired even himself and started a small business.
“The business is called Village Nomads, where we deconstruct what digital nomads do and how they work and make a living from their online businesses. We then turn all that into tutorials, explained in the same way as this Vucic’s tutorial”.
He points out that owing to this blog, he realized that this form was frequently read and that people really react by starting their own business.
“Because today everyone is organizing some courses, but very few people react and really start something after taking such courses because they usually lack additional information or that topic is not explained enough or it is not complete,” he says.
He adds that they thus launched a new project and designed it so that people can really copy it and do it exactly as explained.
Izvor: BIZLife/Jelena Jevtić