Oberlin University Admission Department
J. F. Oberlin University, starting in February “Café opening start-up program” with expert support for opening a cafe
-A total of 6 face-to-face programs will be held from February 11-
In order to live better in the super-aging society, it is necessary to change careers according to individual life stages. J. F. Oberlin University (Machida City, Tokyo, President Hiroaki Hatayama) has been holding a parallel career course since October, as part of “Diversity in Work Styles.” We will newly start the second “Cafe Opening Startup Program”.
Towards the opening of the ideal cafe
Turn what you love into work! A professional instructor will fully assist you until you open a cafe!
From concept creation to fundraising, navigate carefully one by one! Efficient work that firmly holds down success points and stumbling points Focus on results! Thorough small-group program
Even if you are interested but do not know where to start, you can clarify the steps to opening and steadily progress toward your goals. Experienced instructors will teach you how to reach your goals. We will also tell you the reality of cafe management that does not work with just ideals, and support you to make cafes that are said to go out of business in 3 years in many cases sustainable.
Those who are interested in opening a cafe and want to realize it (gender and age unknown)
Those who can handle all 6 times x 150 minutes of classes +
assignments (video distribution available when absent. Bring your own laptop computer required)
About 10 people (emphasis on small group work, deadline as soon as the capacity is reached on a first-come, first-served basis)
¥50,000 (tax included)
Oberlin University Shinjuku Campus
December 20, 2022 (Tuesday) to January 20, 2023 (Friday)
February 11, February 18, February 25, March 4, March 18, March 25, 2023 Follow-up September 30, 2023 (planned)
*All Saturdays 9:30-12:00
Click here for details.
https://www.obirin.ac.jp/academics/postgraduate/recurrent/cafe.html Details about this release: