The Business Development Fund (BDF) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) have renewed commitment to boost business advisory services to help spur growth among SMEs in the country.
Under a new arrangement, the two seek to scale up technical and financial support to SMEs and enhance their production capacity to impact the economy.
The deal, according to Innocent Bulindi, BDF’s chief executive officer, will include offering business advisory services and entrepreneurial training programmes on how to prepare bankable business plans. Read more. Source | New Times