Lasco Financial Services (LFSL), in partnership with the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, will organize a free online training for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) on Thursday, November 18.
The course titled Business Management Financial Planning is hosted on the MicroPitch platform and will be taught by Elijah J LeBlanc, Climate Resilience Execution Agency’s MPME Business Advisor for Dominica.
The finance arm of LASCO affiliates sees this collaboration as an excellent opportunity for their customers and other small business operators to improve business readiness and operations.
“LASCO Financial Services is a company that provides services tailored to small businesses. This joint effort can make a valuable contribution to our clients’ professional reputation and business acumen and, by extension, to their businesses, ”said Jacinth Hall-Tracey, Managing Director of LFSL.
“We believe that building the capacity of small business owners would only have good effects on their operations. MSMEs are the lifeblood of our economy, so improving them is a good investment,” added Hall-Tracey.
The company invites its small business clients, as well as any other interested MSMEs, to register for entrepreneurship training at http://en.micropitchcaribbean.com.
The session is the final in a three-part series that began on November 4, 2021, with training in the field of digitization and e-commerce, which can be viewed here https://youtu.be/iz_LhK8kaFw . The second week focused on green and sustainable business practices.
Other partners include the Caribbean Development Bank, Compete Caribbean, the Caribbean Microfinance Alliance, the Development Finance Association, the Development Bank of Grenada, the Development Bank of Saint Lucia and the Ministry of Jamaica Industry, Investment and Commerce.