The Oaza (Oasis) incubator will provide mentorship, workshops, lectures and contacts with potential investors and buyers as well as a complete insight into the first year of running a business.
Membership is free, and all women with creative hobbies or ideas which they have been meaning for years to turn into a business, as well as those who have only started their small business, are welcome to join.
“In our everyday life, we are surrounded by superb examples of women’s creativity which are not given equal support for progress. Oasis is here to turn this fact into a positive story and to focus women’s power on creation,” the organisation said.
It said that it would encourage and support women’s entrepreneurship and create possibilities for social inclusion, equal opportunity and sustainable development.
The Oasis incubator was launched by Franka Grubišić, a business strategy adviser specialising in user experience management and service design. The project was supported by the European Solidarity Corps.