Deborah Rosman, 30, is a trained information designer and currently runs as many as three different companies. She runs an interior design company and two cafes. One of them is a seasonal cafe in the archipelago outside of Nyköping, which during the first season had sales of SEK 2 million, in 41 days. When she started Focus Business School (FBS) she was already running a business, and already had a lot of experience about what it means to run her own business.
- For me, the most important thing has been to link what I do in working life with my Christian faith. My calling is not about being a pastor, but I am doing what I am good at. I become a link between the church and my area. Putting what I do in a biblical perspective has been most important to me, says Deborah Rosman.
She does not hesitate for a second when it comes to recommending the course to others.
- There were many in my class who did not have a company before, and those who actively want to start a company get that help. But I can still recommend FBS to anyone who already has a company and is a Christian. Partly because you get to meet other Christian entrepreneurs, but also to gain a deeper understanding of the purpose of what you do. That God has put us in the everyday we are in for a reason, she says.