Each recipient participates in a training process, in which the entrepreneurial idea is captured in a business plan that includes foreseeable costs, project revenue, and contextual evaluation . The training process includes some regulatory issues. For example, in gastronomy business ventures, entrepreneurs must obtain their health record that allows them to participate in different marketing spaces.
Then, joint analysis is conducted between the recipient and organization to establish the inputs, tools, and/or merchandise necessary to start the venture. In this way, the entrepreneur can develop skills and competencies by reappraising their own knowledge and experiences.
Once this stage has been completed, non-financial seed money is distributed to refugees and those asylum seekers in the vulnerable situation of lacking the resources to purchase the supplies (small tools, etc.) needed to develop a business.