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A Consultative Centre for Support Related to the Issues of Small and Medium Business Starts to Operate in Homiel
Yesterday, a Centre for Expert and Consultative Support Related to the Issues of Small and Medium Business established within the framework of the joint EU/UNDP “Combat the Negative Effects of the Chernobyl Disaster in Belarus” opened in Homieĺ. The Centre operates on the premises of the “Business Centre Ltd.” Over the course of the first three months, free consultations on the issues of small and medium business will be provided to local residents here.
Experts and professionals in the field of economics, business, and law are willing to answer all the questions asked by beginning entrepreneurs and those entrepreneurs who run into unforeseen difficulties in the process of establishing their own business. A qualified lawyer will help avoid mistakes, and will explain the nuances of legal aspects of entrepreneurial activities. Every person who calls or sends an email message will receive an answer to their question within a day.
The main objective of the Centre is to provide assistance to young and beginning entrepreneurs, as well as to foster the development of entrepreneurship in rural areas. Specialists of the Centre provide information about such aspects of local development as agro–and eco–tourism, handicraft trade, agro–mansions, bee–keeping, berry and mushroom farming, fish farming, the provision of consumer services, and so on.
One can contact the consultants of the Centre for Expert and Consultative Support Related to the Issues of Small and Medium Business by telephone at 8–0232–71–5126 or 8–0232–71–2930, via email at , or one can visit their office at the following address: office 514, 24A Zharkovskogo St., Homieĺ.
For your information:
The establishment of the Centre for Expert and Consultative Support Related to the Issues of Small and Medium Business is a part of a business–training course delivered by the EU/UNDP project in four districts of the Homieĺ Region (the Vietka, Chojniki, Žytkavičy and Buda–Kašaliova districts). Over the course of three months, twenty workshops, four job and business idea fairs, as well as a regional conference will be held with the participation of the local and regional business elite.
For additional information, please contact Ms. Yelena Sedach, a Public Relations Associate, at +375–17–256–1457, or +375–44–786–5556, or email her at .
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