Besides the standard training products, tailor made courses can be developed to address specific needs of our clients. Their productivity is low because of a lack of equipment. Open trading areas are not advertised in the printed media and are allocated on a first come — first served basis, depending on availability and the suitability of the stand to the proposal submitted.
Progromme activities The activities highlighted in this project cover the following basic area where the SMEs and the industries in the promoted and strategic stctors will be given preference: Join our course and learn how to do it. Training is offered to students, public, private and civil society sector.
Following the receipt of applications, interviews will be conducted with short-listed candidates for further screening. It has a portable lab comprising of 60 laptops and can take ICT training to all corners of Namibia.
Permits are issued on a first come — first served basis depending on availability and subject to the payment of a minimal fee and other conditions.
Understanding Financial Statements Click to collapse The objective of the course is to equip the participants with the necessary skills to read, understand and correctly interpret the three main financial statements namely the Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement that are needed for decision making.
Our customer base consists of the public, private and the NGO sector. Suppliers and customers are limited since most SMEs are based in rural areas.
In addition, there are some SMEs that have successfully capitalized on their strengths to overcome their business challenges and become good-standing companies with the support from the government, international organizations, private sectors and NGOs. Bookings must be made at least two days in advance.
In recent years, there are increasing number of local entrepreneurs starting medium and small businesses and that helps revitalize the local economy since there are not many big companies in the region.
The results are positive and evident business progress resulting in growth is witnessed.
Background The population of Namibia is small for its area, but its unemployment rate is relatively high. This email address is being protected from spambots. Applications for vacant stalls will only be accepted and considered after advertisements have been placed in the local printed media.
Duration varies from eight to forty eight hours. This is due to the fact that in sub-Saharan Africa, SMEs are severely hampered by an underdeveloped business environment. We will upload your company information after the regional officer of your region have an interview with you about your company then take the pictures of your products, facilities, etc.
Bank Windhoek’s Emerging Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (ESME) has called on aspiring and established entrepreneurs to approach the finance branch for funding to start their businesses, expand, or diversify their existing business portfolios. an evaluation of education and training on sme development at the city of windhoek a research proposal submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the.
Introduction. The Namibia Small-and-Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) Portal Site developed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry is a tool which enables to disseminate SME information to Namibia, Africa and the rest of the world.
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of Economic Development and Environment Economic Development is tasked with promoting domestic and foreign direct investment opportunities in the city and to facilitate the provision of relevant business development support services.
NUST and Bremen keen on SME development A delegation consisting of academics, politicians and entrepreneurs from Bremen, Germany, recently visited the Bokamoso Entrepreneurial Centre in Windhoek. The aim was to assess possible areas of collaboration in entrepreneurial development.Download