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Seminar will enable entrepreneurs to grow their business


74% of small and medium sized businesses in Costa Rica (pequeñas y medianas empresas – PYMES) have fewer than 10 employees, and are afraid to grow due to poor information about the possibilities of access to credit and financing for their ventures.

As such the private bank BAC is holding a seminar targeted at this group of entrepreneurs to help their businesses grow.

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The seminar is tomorrow Wednesday October 9, between 7:30am an 6:30pm at the Hotel Wyndham Herradura.

Speakers include sales manager for Google Central America and the Caribbean, Francisco Forero and the vice president of ADEN marketing, Raymond Schefer and German Retana, profesor at Costa Rica’s business school, INCAE.

This is the second training seminar for this type, with presentations on leadership, marketing, pricing strategy and innovations.

BAC agents will be offering information on credit and financing for small to medium size businesses.

Cost is US$150 for general admission, US$165 for VIP a US$100 for BAC customers.

More information on the seminar is available at II SEMINARIO BAC PYMES 2013

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