Thursday, 28 January 2021 18:59

Bandesal seeks to empower MSMEs with its CEDE Móvil

Written by Dinero Staff

The Development Bank of El Salvador (BANDESAL) announced the launch of the Mobile Training Center (CEDE Móvil), an innovative proposal that seeks to bring training services and enhance the business capabilities of MSMEs in different productive sectors throughout the country.

The president of BANDESAL, Juan Pablo Duran, emphasized that with the CEDE Móvil, it is expected to increase the number of people who will benefit from the territorial workshops, and facilitate access to products, and services that the Development Bank makes available to all salvadoran MSMEs.

This initiative will expand the interdepartmental coverage, with training sessions in face-to-face, and virtual mode; this because no additional infrastructure will be needed and entrepreneurs will not have to leave their municipalities of residence to benefit from the workshops that will be given free of charge throughout the country.

The head of BANDESAL saidd that the CEDE Móvil has 22 computers, smart board, 4 modems, four routers, sound system, air conditioning, furniture and electrical plant to guarantee the learning of the participants.

People interested in participating in the training sessions should keep an eye on BANDESAL's social networks to know the schedule of the places that the CEDE Móvil will visit.

Since October 2020, BANDESAL, through the Training and Business Development Management, supports entrepreneurs with the Training and Business Development Center (CEDE), a space designed to improve competitiveness and growth opportunities for businessmen, and entrepreneurs.

Last modified on Thursday, 28 January 2021 19:07