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BAIC launches training programme for entrepreneurs – photos

Entrepreneurs, managers and small business owners participated in a two-day workshop sponsored by The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC). Pictured: BAIC Executive chairman Michael Foulkes delivers welcome remarks. (BIS Photo/Derek Smith)

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Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Entrepreneurs, managers and small business owners participated in a two-day workshop sponsored by The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC).

The workshop is a business strategy training programme with the objective of capacity building of small and medium enterprises.


The programme comprises ten training modules and features an experiential learning model, incorporating essentials of profitability, competitive advantage, competitive assessment, production efficiency and effectiveness, and product strategy.

The event has been made possible through joint partnership between The Bahamas and the Caribbean Export and Development Agency.

The workshop spans August 21-22, 2018 at BAIC’s Corporate Centre on Old Trail Road.

Executive chairman of BAIC Michael Foulkes delivered welcome remarks at the opening of the workshop, noting that the ‘experiential’ training is most suitable for adult learners and entrepreneurs.

“In an environment where national focus is oftentimes perceived as being heavily skewed towards employee training as opposed to SME business empowerment, BAIC, along with the Small Business Development Centre, is proud to be a part of a team that focuses on providing SMEs with modern tools and technical assistance to be successful in their businesses,” said Folks.

BAIC launches training programme for entrepreneurs - photos

Pictured: Facilitators of the two-day workshop, Dr Nsombi Jaja and Donald Demeritte. (BIS Photo/Derek Smith)

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