About the Conference
The Casey Youth Conference on Liberty and Entrepreneurship (CYCLE), is an educational week filled with various seminars, discussions and challenges. The conference is largely organized and sponsored by the International Society for Individual Liberty, Casey Research and Lobo Tiggre, who take an active role in teaching the students throughout the week.
Traditionally held in Trakai, Lithuania, the conference brings in students from all over Central and Eastern Europe, and recently opened up to take on North American participants as well. The students will be taken through lecture and discussion topics including Austrian economic theory, Business plan creating, Libertarian philosophies, and Investment strategies.
CYCLE 2011 consists of two parts, Basic and Advanced, and is scheduled for July 9th — July 11th (Basic) and July 11th — July 18th (Advanced). The two sections will differ in content (schedule will be posted on the CYCLE'11 page) and we encourage students to attend both sections.
We are also happy to announce that this year we have upped the challenges and topics and location to provide an even more enriching experience. Interested in attending or learning more? Learn everything you need to about CYCLE 2011 here. We update the page as new information becomes available.