CABEI celebrates MSMEs on their day by supporting them in the protection of more than 76 thousand jobs in the regionWritten by Evelyn Alas
99% of the almost 1.6 million companies operating in the region are MSMEs; 83% are micro and 16% are small and medium-sized enterprises. This important sector represents more than 65% of the economically active population, and this is the main source of employment generation in the region, according to the Economic Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on MSMEs in Central America report by the Centro Regional de Promoción de la MIPYME (CENPROMYPE).
The Cámara de Comercio e Industria de El Salvador (CAMARASAL), will train entrepreneurs on productivity, business models and customer service, as part of the Entrepreneur Week 2022.
Kodigo Academy of Creative Technology, Tigo and the Cámara de Comercio e Industria de El Salvador (Camarasal) developed a training and networking space for companies in the technology sector in order for them to establish cooperation and synergies to strengthen the industry nationwide.
The Comisión Nacional de la Micro y Pequeña Empresa (CONAMYPE) in coordination with the Unidad Normativa de Adquisiciones y Contrataciones de la Administración Pública (UNAC) developed the Supply and Demand 2022 Meeting in San Salvador.
The Government of El Salvador, through the Comisión Nacional de la Micro y Pequeña Empresa (CONAMYPE), together with the Fondo Especial de los Recursos provenientes de la Privatización de ANTEL (FANTEL), will deliver close to $82,700.00 in non-refundable funds to micro and small enterprises in the footwear chain.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) celebrated the results of its Tourism Quality and Gastronomic Identity Program in which 20 businesses in the salvadoran coastal zone participated.
The Comisión Nacional de la Micro y Pequeña Empresa (CONAMYPE) continues to articulate actions to support MSE business people and entrepreneurs throughout the country.
BANDESAL will seek to revitalization the salvadoran economy with its tour in the Republic of UruguayWritten by Evelyn Alas
The President of Banco de Desarrollo de El Salvador (BANDESAL), Juan Pablo Durán, has begun an important tour in the Republic of Uruguay, where he will hold an exchange with public officials, business associations and state banks of Uruguay.