A series of courses for Armenian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) working in the food processing and tourism sectors in the country’s regions will be organised in July by the EU-funded Boosting competitiveness of regional SMEs project.
By taking part in the courses, start-ups and SMEs will improve their entrepreneurial skills and receive knowledge on food safety and how to improve their dried fruit and vegetable production, as well as learning general business skills. Additionally, SMEs working in the tourism sector will have the chance to improve their customer management and hospitality skills.
The courses will be organised in the country’s capital of Yerevan, as well as in several cities of Lori, Syunik and Armavir regions.
More information on the courses’ details and application information can be found here.
The EU4Business project ‘Boosting competitiveness of regional SMEs’ aims to boost the competitiveness of regional SMEs and create sustainable employment opportunities in the Lori, Syunik and Armavir regions of Armenia.
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