Project Ment | Dragoslav Radonjic: owner of a shop
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Dragoslav Radonjic: owner of a shop

Entrepreneur in Vienna – Austria

Coming from
Yugoslavia /Bosnia-Herzegovina

The entrepreneurial idea in a sentence
Owner of a shop selling Ciciban shoes for kids.

Advice for future migrant entrepreneurs
Work with your own capital if possible, don‘t start a business with liabilities.

His migrant journey

His support network map

In developing his business, he found help in a friend who mentioned that there is an arbitration body that checks within the first two years of setting up a business if the rent of a shop corresponds to its location and furnishing/facilities. Fortunately, Mr Radonjic had made pictures when moving in, which served as proof. The arbitration body found that the rent was 80% inflated and he received the money back. He was also helped by the Chamber of Commerce that provided basic information about setting up a business in Austria.

His entrepreneur journey