The Chamber in its continued program of support to its Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise members and those in the wider Business Community, is partnering with Bank of Saint Lucia, Invest Saint Lucia and the Saint Lucia Development Bank to bring vital information and know how to the Small and Medium Sized Enterprises on the island. Collaborating also with three critical Ministries, Commerce, Agriculture and Tourism, the Chamber will present a how to workshop to firms seeking to access the myriad of Concessions, Incentives and Support Programs that are currently available to MSMEs in St. Lucia.
As part of The Chamber's 2022 Agenda of support to its Smaller Members the Chamber is seeking to not only broaden its scope of support but more importantly to deepen the support it provides. Having hosted two workshops on the issue of available incentives and concessions last year, the Chamber conducted extensive review of the program and sought extensive feedback from participants. In keeping with its objective of delivering impactful and relevant support, the program has been revamped to make it even more beneficial.
This program How to Access Available Concessions, Incentives and Support Programs for Micro and Small Businesses, will delve into the actual process, with real live practical examples and forms that are used in the application process. This will not just be an information sharing seminar but workshop practical hands on training. The Presenters from our key partner agencies will not only let you know what's available but will focus on the following:
The Event is scheduled for 26th May 2022.
The Bank of Saint Lucia, Saint. Lucia Development Bank and Invest Saint. Lucia will also share how they can and do support local MSMEs and the range of support and special products they have developed to help MSMEs on island.
Business in need of this most critical information should register today
The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture is located at Orange Park Commercial Building, 1st Floor, Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet.
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