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Banco CUSCATLAN, with support from IDB Lab, presents its first Open Innovation Challenge: LET'S DIGITAL PYME, which seeks to detect the most innovative Fintechs in Latin America, with disruptive and scalable solutions focused on supporting the digitization of small and medium enterprises in El Salvador.
Walmart has always worked for social investment causes, such as: nutrition, sustainability, support for women entrepreneurs and support for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), the company has also established shared value strategies.
In order to join efforts to benefit the growth of local companies, Banco Davivienda offers alternatives to provide leadership and digital transformation tools to SMEs; therefore, it will offer a MasterClass called "Creative Thinking for Leaders", next thursday, october 6, 2022.
IDB Invest grants a $60 million loan to BAC Credomatic El Salvador through a B Loan mobilized with a lender (Banco de Santander S.A.). The disbursement complements an initial $60 million A Loan, signed in 2020, and will expand financing to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and women-led SMEs through BAC Credomatic El Salvador's Mujer Acelera program.
For Davivienda it is important to maintain a purposeful approach to support its customers including the SME segment; therefore, in addition to all the alternatives they already offer for this sector, today announces the incorporation in the Pay Davivienda platform of a digital solution that will allow them to offer their consumers an alternative to make easy, secure, contactless transactions and from the web, mobile devices and social networks.
Banco CUSCATLAN and TechnoServe sign an alliance to support the small and medium enterprise sector in El Salvador, through training in strategic business areas: Finance, Marketing, Sales, Innovation, Organization and Human Resources.
Today, the President of the Banco de Desarrollo de El Salvador (BANDESAL),Mario Salazar, presented the Energy Efficiency Line for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to various associations that play an important role in the productivity of our country, with the aim of supporting the generation of renewable energy.
The new line of credit plans to benefit more than 450 small and medium-sized enterprises to support their economic reactivation as part of the solid commitment to Sustainable Competitiveness promoted by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) in conjunction with Banco CUSCATLAN.
Through this alliance, Banco CUSCATLAN and PROPARCO, a subsidiary dedicated to the private sector of the French Development Agency (AFD), reaffirm their commitment and support to Salvadoran entrepreneurs with various credit tools that facilitate opportunities for growth within the sector.
The Comisión Nacional de la Micro y Pequeña Empresa (CONAMYPE), developed the "Hackaton Enchufate 2021" from november 23 to 25 at the Hotel Sheraton Presidente.