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61. SCF - Making the Most of Trade Fairs
  Wednesday, January 18, 2006  by Admin
  The SME Competitiveness Facility (SCF) and Tradecraft Exchange is organizing a course on “Making the Most of Trade Fairs” to take place between 20th – 23rd February 2006.
 
62. ICT for SMEs - Hardware, Software, Human Ware and the Internet
  Wednesday, January 18, 2006  by Admin
  This paper presents the different ICTs that SMEs can use to improve their productivity. It highlights the different hardware, software (including open source), human ware and the Internet.
 
63. ICT Solutions for Finance
  Wednesday, January 18, 2006  by Admin
  This paper presents ICT solutions on Finance and their benefits, classification of accounting software, criteria for software selection, and challenges of implementing these solutions. Some Accounting software are made easy in such a way that non accountants can use them with minimal problems. There is also a demonstration of easy to use Accounting packages.
 
64. Application of ICT in Production and Marketing
  Tuesday, January 17, 2006  by Admin
  Most business objectives are maximizing sales and minimizing costs. This paper presents the different strategies that ICT enables to achieve the business objectives e.g. Product design, Production planning, Production management and Quality control by using programs like MS Excel, MS Word.
 
65. Application of ICT in Marketing
  Tuesday, January 17, 2006  by Admin
  This paper was presented during a workshop on ICT for SMEs; Improving Productivity in Decemebr 2005. The paper highlights a number of tools found in a basic computer that if put into use would be usefultowrds enhacing productivity.
 
66. TBS in new move to improve SMEs products
  Sunday, January 15, 2006  by Admin
  Local small and medium scale entrepreneurs (SMEs) will have a reason to smile following the deliberate efforts by the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) to improve standards of their products which would enable them to compete at international level. The bureau has established a campaign which will assist local manufacturers to meet international standards for their products.
 
67. Ten banks to increase assistance to SMEs
  Sunday, January 15, 2006  by Admin
  Ten financial institutions, which have been entrusted by the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) with the provision of credit to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have started to announce their plans. The SME Credit Guarantee Scheme has been established by the government with a deliberate aim to provide loans to entrepreneurs.
The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) supervises the scheme.
 
68. SMEs now call for Stabilisation Fund
  Friday, January 13, 2006  by Admin
  Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs) in Tanga have appealed for the establishment of a stabilization fund to cushion small producers against high interest rates and utility tariffs.
 
69. Innovation systems necessary for achievement of Vision 2025
  Friday, January 13, 2006  by Admin
  Tanzania expects to achieve its development vision by 2025 with the aim of making poverty a thing of the past. By the vision the economy, at that time, will have been transformed from low productivity agriculture to semi-industrialized.
 
70. Inadequate loans hinder SMEs operations
  Friday, January 13, 2006  by Admin
  The backbone of SMEs resources is pegged on the banks which normally transact business with them. Lately though, banks have put stringent rules, making loans acquisition difficult. This will eventually lead to poverty alleviation programmes not being successful because SMEs cannot access resources.
 
71. Workshop on BDS Markets - Opportunites & Challenges
  Tuesday, January 10, 2006  by Admin
  This 4th International Workshop will take place from February 20th to 25th, 2006 in Nepal. Some of the objectives ae to enable BDS providers to examine their potentials and strength and see the opportunities available and the challenges they will face.
 
72. Local company to offer loans to SMEs
  Friday, December 16, 2005  by Admin
  A local company, The Good Opportrunity Development & Co.Ltd (GODCL) ,has established regional loan fund projects that will address the development, financial, business start up and expansion needs of the majority of the residents at East African regional leve.
The firms Chief Executive Officer, Aloyce Maganga Midelo, has said that the fund stemmed from the policy of the government which is for the genuine economic empowerment of the Tanzanians through the ownership and control of the economy for addressing poverty at the household level.
 
73. How to stuff up a small business
  Thursday, December 15, 2005  by Admin
  This book is a lighthearted attempt to record some of the devious schemes that we can dream up to frustrate our best efforts to run a small business. Our subconscious can shoot down our effort (not necessarily in flames but sometimes nearly as spectacularly).
 
74. SMEs guarantee scheme sparks training boom
  Monday, December 05, 2005  by Admin
  Small and medium enterprises (SMEs), for many years in lenders black books, are now banks babies. The sudden change of heart by banks in favour of SMEs comes in the wake of an affirmative action by the government to implement its four years old national SME and poverty reduction policy by putting in place an SME credit guarantee scheme (SME-CGS).
A total of Tshs.2 billion was set aside during 2004-5 government budget as a guarantee purse supporting the scheme.
 
75. Small scale contractor development
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  This paper presents the organisational framework of the road construction industry in
countries that have an established private contracting sector and reviews the problems
and performance of the sector in developing countries.It reviews various obstacles encountered by small private contractors to develop and expand their business and highlights the need for a framework to govern private
contracting in developing countries.
 

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