Those interested will have access to live talks, dialogue and exchange experiences with other entrepreneurs and receive personalized technical assistance.
The Ministry of Productive Development of the Nation announced the launch of Capacitar, a platform that aims to develop the capacities of entrepreneurs, SMEs and intermediate support institutions.
“Training is a very important tool with specific and valuable content to enhance the capacities of entrepreneurs and SMEs, always with the aim of adding value, creating employment and contributing to the productive development of the country,” said the Secretary for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Entrepreneurs, Guillermo Merediz.
In this first stage, an offer of talks, technical assistance and advice will be presented. The axes will be the improvement of time management, the use of tools for communication with customers and suppliers, and advice for remote work.
Those interested can register in a Virtual Campus to access live talks, dialogue and exchange experiences with other entrepreneurs and receive personalized technical assistance. Knowledge can also be certified.
This initiative is in line with the Digital Assistance Network for SMEs, a platform launched by the Ministry of Productive Development last week, based on collaborative work between the public and private sectors, with the accompaniment of cameras and technology companies. The Network offers digital tools and solutions focused on remote work, commerce and electronic payment, as well as training, tutorials, manuals and protocols in the framework of the health emergency by Covid-19.