22 September 2012

Angola: Entrepreneurship Course for Local Business Associations Closes

Cabinda — Representatives of business and unit associations of agro-livestock, as well as organizations in the private economic sector and officials of different provincial departments and district administrations, attended a course on entrepreneurship.

During the training, held between the 18 and 21 September, under the auspices of the Institute of Local Administration Training (IFAL), the 45 trainees received knowledge about the essence and concepts on entrepreneurship and the process for creation of a business plan.

Run by economist Valdimir Walter Diógines, the course was about the matters related to the interest to establish their own business, success factors of entrepreneurial, business plan, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

The deputy governor of Cabinda for the business, who presided over the closing ceremony, encouraged the trainees to apply their acquired knowledge, using the opportunities that the local banks offer on credit granting.

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