2019 Micro and Small-scale Enterprises stakeholders discussion board held

2019 Micro and Small-scale Enterprises stakeholders forum held

Enterprise Information of Monday, 21 October 2019

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To validate the Annual Work Plan and Funds for 2020, deliberation has taken off at this yr’s Micro and Small-scale Enterprise (MSEs) improvement stakeholders discussion board held within the Birim Central Municipality of the Jap area.

The deliberations had been on the significance of MSEs to the socio-economic improvement, challenges confronted by MSEs and potential intervention.

The discussion board organised by the Enterprise Advisory Centre (BAC) of the Nationwide Enterprise for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) attracted about 50 contributors throughout the Municipality from the agriculture sector, manufacturing and repair sectors.

A speech learn by the Municipal Data Officer on behalf of the Municipal Chief Govt Madam Victoria Adu indicated that members into MSEs performed a serious function within the nation’s improvement and a few of who helped the federal government in rising infrastructure and manufacturing industries and lowering points like slums and poverty.

Additionally, the challenges confronted by the MSEs she acknowledged, included; restricted capability to handle their affairs systematically, low stage of funding and beginning enterprise with out conducting survey.

Concerning these challenges; Madam Adu famous that, the federal government has put in place interventions resembling; Planting for Meals and Jobs and Nationwide Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP)to handle them.

The NEIP exists to create jobs and supply entrepreneurial Ghanaian youth to a crucial different to salaried employment.

The MCE then urged the contributors to take part of their numerous sectors by sharing concepts amongst themselves as a way to actualise the target of the discussion board.

Mr Richard Mongson the Head of the Enterprise Advisory Centre within the Birim Central Municipality moderated the discussion board.

Mr Richard Agyiri a technician from the service sector and a participant recognized that, levies imposed on the group by the meeting was excessive and that he referred to as for adjustment.

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