Banesco Opens Cohort of Microenterprise Program

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Banesco Opens Cohort of Microenterprise Program



Banesco Banco Universal, leaded by Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez, and Project 365 Venezuela announced the beginning of a new cohort of Microenterprise Training Program for entrepreneurs in the fashion industry and the textile sector in Venezuela.

Carolyn Aldana, from Project 365 Venezuela, said the course will begin on next October 3. It will be conducted in Caracas in the IUGT spaces, located on Francisco Solano Ave., Solano Tower, Sabana Grande, Caracas.

Those interested in participating in the Microenterprise Training Program, Project 365 Venezuela and IUGT have to write an email to

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Banesco and its CSR efforts

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Banesco and its CSR efforts

The program consists of five classes only on Monday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 to 5 p.m. A certificate of completion will be given to every participant.

During its first year, Project 365 Venezuela was awarded by the Iberoamerican Design Biennial based in Madrid due to its contribution to the world of the Venezuelan fashion. It also had a fruitful cultural exchange with the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Venezuela through the selection of seven designers who had the task of running 14 creations using the Batik (Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO) as raw material and gave it a local interpretation.

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Proyecto 365 Venezuela

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Proyecto 365 Venezuela

The Microenterprise Training Program is part of the Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives of Banesco. Courses are offered in various parts of the national territory through partnerships with institutions such as Fe y Alegria, Social Fundacción, the University Institute of Management and Technology, Option Venezuela, the University of SIGO, Business SMEs, the municipality of Baruta, the Government of Miranda, the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of the Aragua State, University of Los Andes and Superatec, among others institutions.

Some benefits participants gain

• Growth in the percentage of your sales.

• Faster growth in the adoption of management practices.

• Ability to establish effective record formats income and expenses.

• Ability to divide the money between the production unit and family.

• Ability to set wages and earnings of employees.

• Growth in adopting marketing practices.

• Improved productivity and business efficiency.

• Improved quality of your life.

• Improved relations with your customer.

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