A webinar titled “Create your free business plan now with Kabada” was held on January 26th, 2023. The webinar aimed at giving a taste of the potential of the business plan creation tool through a demonstration session.

After a quick overview by Jānis  Hermanis (Assistant Professor, BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia) on the concept and structure of Kabada, with hints at the artificial intelligence behind the web-based platform operating logic, Kristaps Lesinskis (Assistant Professor, BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia) performed a demo of the tool.

From the login interface to the export and team-sharing features, the session explored the various sections that accompany the user in the creation of the business plan, thanks also to the comparison with similar activities already on the market and the help in compilation provided by artificial intelligence.
After the demo session, it was time for participants to create their own profile in the KABADA platform to start familiarising themselves with the tool, while a feedback and Q&A session was moderated by Valentina De Vico (Communication Manager, CSCS, Italy).
The webinar was a great success in terms of participation and confirmed the great interest around the tool by many teachers, students and young entrepreneurs who want to start off their business on the right foot.

Below is the video recording of the webinar:



Kabada, the artificial intelligence tool that compiles users’ business plans online and for free, will be launched by the end of this year. But how does it really work? And how did its creators come up with this innovative idea? We will find out in the first of a series of interviews, with Kristaps Lesinskis,
Assistant Professor at BA school, in Riga.


Rems Grinsteins, main IT project manager, will explain how AI helps in business planning and how the KABADA suggestion engine works, telling us about the biggest challenges in designing the IT architecture of the  tool and how the all the teams involved interact during the development process.