Those who are interested in business communication and customer service as well as business management level 1 can benefit from these courses during the month of June. In Rodrigues also several courses are offered.
In February, a training-based business management level 1 was organized. These trainings are provided to the regional offices of SMEDA or in social centers, village halls and youth centers across the country.
For the month of March, participants will learn the procedures for import and export, and Public Procurement as well as e-commerce and business management level 2.
The overall objective of this program is to enable small entrepreneurs to start sustainable businesses, increase the sustainability and profitability of existing businesses, while creating quality jobs.
Classes are taught by instructors from the University of Technology and private sector experts.
In addition to training focused on business management, the SMEDA organizes annual technical courses and handicrafts.
Pig farming, beekeeping, coffee plantation, the Entrepreneurship Development Programme, food processing and handicrafts, customer service, home decor and crafts are all courses offered to Rodrigues.
According to the Director of SMEDA, Indranee Seebun, training and learning throughout life are crucial for competitiveness in the context of globalization. The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority SMEDA has launched this campaign and to allow entrepreneurs to enhance their technical and management through the organization of regular training.
The last part of the training, which runs mid-July, the planning for SMEs financial management and human resources.
The month of April will focus on the regulations and food safety and legal aspects for SMEs.
Management Training for SMEs The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority organizes until July several management training over three days each, for small and medium-sized enterprises existing and potential at its headquarters in Coromandel. Market research and marketing strategies, and business management level 1 are other topics to be discussed in May.Below are 10 steps identified by SMEDA to launch your own business in Mauritius: Format of business plan is available at SMEDA I would like to open a small international sandwich place in a good tourist location in Mauritius island.
Small and medium enterprise development authority of mauritius. Print Reference this. Published: 23rd March, small business is defined as one having fewer than employees, while a medium-sixed enterprise refers to those with fewer than employees.
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This is the objective of the SME Best Business Plan Competitionlaunched this week at the initiative of the Small and Medium. Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority - SMEDA, Premier institution of the Government of Pakistan under Ministry of Industries & Production.
SMEDA was established in October to take on the challenge of developing Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Pakistan. Who will develop a Business Plan. a. The.
This newly incorporated institution has taken over the role and functions of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority(SMEDA). SME Mauritius Ltd operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives and is committed to support and facilitate the development of entrepreneurship and MSMEs in Mauritius.
Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority - SMEDA, Premier institution of the Government of Pakistan under Ministry of Industries & Production. SMEDA was established in October to take on the challenge of developing Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Pakistan.Download