Recently, Nankai University’s training program to prepare the students for the University Students’ Entrepreneur Competition “Innovative Young” started. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) was invited to take part in the program to hold a counseling session about laws and taxes, as well as organize MBA classes about start-up management to improve students’ knowledge.
Laws and taxes are difficult topics for the students who want to open a start-up. The university also invited two of the founding partners of PwC Legal China, Zhong Jie and Li Raojuan, to give a lecture and answer students’ questions about the problems they may find on their way during the creation process of their start-up. These problems include taxes, intellectual property protection, investment and financing system, etc.
During the MBA lecture, the students had to make a practical performance according to the competition’s requirements, accepting MBA students’ questions and advices. The experienced MBA students, who are currently studying different careers, used their experience in company management to offer the students various detailed advice, helping the start-up programs to achieve successful results.
This training activity and the contestants of the University Students’ Entrepreneur Competition “Innovative Young” are of fundamental importance for Nankai University’s Youth League. This activity aims at improving students’ skills in the field of start-ups, and helping teams to better operate their programs by providing high-level, comprehensive, constant, and innovative start-up services.
Reported by Zhang ZiyangPhotographs by Wang Xinyan, Ma Yingying