A webinar titled “Kabada, your business pal: how the tool is disrupting Young Entrepreneurship in the digital age” was held on September 28th, 2022. The webinar was the first in a series aimed at disseminating and promoting the concept and functionalities of the KABADA tool to potential users, encouraging them to test it out and discover how it can help a whole new generation of people who plan to start their own business but have little experience with that. 


The event was targeted at an audience of school students, professors, principals, and academics, who were very interested in the presentation of this AI-based innovative tool given by three of our leading experts from the KABADA team.

The first speech was given by Jānis  Hermanis (Assistant Professor, BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia) who presented the Kabada tool concept (as a web-based platform to create business plans) and its structure (Industry, Risk Analysis, Filling Canvas, Filling SWOT, Personal Characteristics and Financial Forecasts).

Then Kristaps Lesinskis (Assistant Professor, BA School of Business and Finance, Latvia) shared insights on the tool’s applications in HEI entrepreneurial education.

Finally, the third speaker of the webinar, Ugne Supraviciene (Project Manager, Entrepreneurship Institute (ENTRI), Lithuania), spoke about the use of the tool in entrepreneurial education for the youth audience.

After the three presentations, it was time for a Q&A session moderated by Valentina De Vico (Communication Manager, CSCS, Italy).


The webinar was very successful and aroused big interest and awareness among the participants in the functionality and great potential of the Kabada tool. 

In the meantime, the entire KABADA team continues to focus on the final testing phase before the planned launch at the end of the year.


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.