Participants of the first edition of the “Caguas Compite” program.
The Caguas municipal government and its business development support office, PromoCaguas, announced Wednesday the start of the second edition of the “Caguas Compite” microenterprise incubation program, which seeks to offer free training, mentoring and coaching to spur the development of established companies that want refocus, reinvent, expand themselves, or export.
The Small Business Development and Technology Center will be in charge of running the “Caguas Compite II” training program starting this month, including courses in accounting for non-accountants, financial analysis for small businesses, how to do business with the federal government, and quality systems and customer service.
There are still some spaces available. Applications will be received until May 10, 2013, program organizers said. For more information call PromoCaguas at 787-653-8833, extensions 2909 and2919, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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