200 candidates (100 of each gender) began training in entrepreneurship earlier this month. Included in the "Business Plan Competition" project. The training includes a practical and theoretical component, allowing each participant to prepare their Business Plan, which will be presented to a national and international jury in September. The top 50 will then be selected to receive financial support in materials and technical support for a year and a half.
The challenge is to provide young Guinean entrepreneurs aged between 20 and 40 with starting capital (up to 5 million CFA francs in materials) and management skills in order to boost business ideas that demonstrate innovation potential, jobs and wealth creation.
Funded by the World Bank, the "Business Plan Competition" takes place within the framework of the Private Sector Rehabilitation and Agroindustry Development Project and is being implemented by the CESO Development Consultants, Expertise, Inovisa and PD Consult consortium.
Watch the video about a recent training action here.
For more information, see the project website here and the Facebook page here