Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Artisans and Chocolatiers in the Microentrepreneurs Program
A total of 559 entrepreneurs dedicated to the handicraft sector and to the chocolate manufacturing in Venezuela, working and living in the Miranda state, successfully completed the Microentrepreneurs Training Program of Banesco Banco Universal, leaded by [Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez]. In this course, which is part of the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility actions and projects, the participant receives managerial, marketing and administrative tools to carry out different business. Know more about this new group of beneficiaries and the important tools they received during the program.
The Microentrepreneurs Training Program offers the Venezuelan public administrative, managerial and technological tools to improve the production of their business and make them more competitive in the market. Banesco, Banco Universal has already graduated more than 31,000 entrepreneurs in the whole Venezuelan territory.
Banesco offers this training program with the support from different important and committed allies. The Social Entrepreneurship Program was offered to 39 entrepreneurs from El Hatillo Municipality, in Caracas. This time, the program was recently held at the Social and Cultural Center Don Henrique Antonio Eraso in the mentioned municipality.
According to Mariela Colmenares, who is the executive vice president in Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility of the bank, the Microentrepreneurs Training Program is opened to benefit all entrepreneurs who need support and formation in the training and financial field for the sustainability and growth of their businesses.
Likewise, the ceremony of delivery of certificates to chocolatiers of the region of the Valles del Tuy, in Miranda state, was recently held. In this case, the Program was offered with the support of the Fondo Unico Social of Miranda (Fusmi in Spanish) and the important help of the University Institute of Management and Technology (IUGT in Spanish).
A total of 520 training culmination certificates were provided to entrepreneurs who work with chocolate in the six different municipalities of the region of the Valles del Tuy. Thanks to Fusmi, more than 13 thousand Miranda citizens have been graduated to dedicate their efforts in the chocolate industry.