Business Development Series on again

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The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture in conjunction with the St. Lucia Youth Business Trust is once again offering to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises on the island the “Mind Your Business” Development Series, this time “Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Business Express”.

Mind Your Business is a Business Development Series, targeting small and medium-sized enterprise business owners seeking to gain critical business management skills and knowledge. The programme, through a series of practical guidance workshops delivered by practicing professionals and experts will deliver skills that participants can apply immediately in their business.

The objective is to help SMEs in an effective, high impact, low cost manner and make them operate more profitably and efficiently. Facilitators, mostly owners and operators of SMEs themselves, are all charging extremely low fees to ensure that the key skills and knowledge being offered through the Development Series remains within the reach of all SMEs on the island. This, they believe, will help SMEs grow and so impact positively on the employment situation and the wider economy.

The course will be facilitated by Hugan Smith, an instructor and author, with extensive experience and an excellent track record in the business community as a trainer. The course will run twice weekly, Monday and Tuesday, from March 24 to April 15, 2014. Sessions start at 5 p.m. and will run for two hours.

The venue is the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture’s Conference Room, on the 2nd floor of the American Drywall Building, Vide Boutielle, Castries.

Please contact the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture or the St. Lucia Youth Business Trust for further information. 1-758-452-3165 and email [email protected] or [email protected]

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