West Africa Competitiveness program ( WACOMP) has organized a training workshop for some Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Greater Accra Region to develop their entrepreneurial skills for business growth, job creation and economic empowerment.
The SMEs were taken through bookkeeping, financial management, digital advertisements, business and SSNIT registration, computer skills, payment service and customer service among others.
Mrs. Queen Esther Jackson CEO of Nubian cosmetics said the project funded by the European union, united nation industrial development organization, and other partners, was to restore hope to small businesses particularly after production, to boost economic growth and create more private sector jobs for the many unemployed.
The west Africa competitiveness program ( WACOMP) sponsored by the European union, united nation industrial development organization.
It is to build the capacity of SMEs in the Regions where the University existed including Accra and other regions.
The face-to-face training was aimed at impacting extensive industry knowledge from the selected academicians through presentations, case studies and group work using multiple communications or language methods to create the needed impact.
Mrs. Queen Esther Jackson, CEO of Nubian cosmetics said, a technology solution provider, noted how capacity building was fundamental to holistic growth and the need for the participants to value the free tuition and better their lots.
Mrs. Queen Esther Jackson,b CEO of Nubian cosmetics who took the participants through Application of Technology, said the fourth industrial revolution had come to stay and technology continued to be a key part, and so businesses should make use of the many social media platforms to advance their course.
She exposed them to e-mailing, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook, documentation among other internet tools to do business.
Story by Fada Amakye from Daily Sun 106.com