SMEs Compete, a member of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), is conducting business basics skills development training in Windhoek on Thursday and Friday.
According to a notice issued by NCCI small and medium enterprise (SME) development officer Antonia Dumbu-Udeh, the programme costs N$450, which includes training materials and lunch.
She says the course will help those already owning a micro enterprise to run their small business better.
“Aspiring or wannabe entrepreneurs who yearn to embark on the entrepreneurial journey will also find value in participating in the programme,” Dumbu-Udeh says.
Topics include turning a business idea into a business reality, funding and resources for starting or growing a business, bookkeeping and record keeping, costing and pricing, and selling skills.
“Also included are registering a business and compliance matters, marketing material and methods, staff matters and labour regulations, managing skills, communication skills, and business planning,” she says.