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106. SMEs now trained in standards
  Tuesday, August 09, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzania Bureau of Standards has now embarked on a programme to educate SMEs on national standards in order to have access to international markets. MKUKUTA has set aside about Ths30mil. towards this.
 
107. Barclays disburses 500m in loans to SMEs
  Friday, August 05, 2005  by Admin
  Barclays Bank has released money to a sum of Tshs 500m to support the development of Small and Medium Enterprises. This follows the Banks launch of the special campaign to increase awareness of the Business Solution Proposition Product.
 
108. Small businesses to get Tsh30m in grants
  Friday, August 05, 2005  by Admin
  Small and medium entrepreneurs can apply up to US$30,000 in grants through the SME Competitiveness Facility to strengthen their business ventures.
 
109. ICTs, Globalization and Poverty Reduction: Gender Dimensions of the Knowledge Society
  Tuesday, August 02, 2005  by Admin
  There is increasing evidence that indicates ICTs can provide income generation opportunities for women despite many factors which hinder women being full participants in the information knowledge society. The ultimate goal is to understand better how women can be supported by ICTs in poverty reduction and empowerment.
 
110. Wafanyabiashara wadogo Afrika mashariki kuhudhuria maonesho London
  Tuesday, August 02, 2005  by Admin
  Wafanyabiashara wadogo Afrika mashariki kuhudhuria maonesho London. Baadhi ya wafanyabishara wakubwa na wadogo kutoka nchi za Tanzania, Uganda na Kenya wanatarajia kushiriki maonesho makubwa ya kibishara yatakayofanyika mjini London mwezi wa Oktoba mwaka huu.

 
111. Banks campaign to boost small, medium businesses
  Wednesday, July 27, 2005  by Admin
  Barclays Bank Tanzania Ltd has embarked on a drive to support SMEs and create awareness among Tanzanians on what Barclays is doing. "Barclays' SME customers are able to access facilities such as loans, working capital financing, letters of credit performance and bid bonds", Deus Manyenye, Head of Retail Banking.
 
112. Banks campaign to boost small, medium businesses
  Wednesday, July 27, 2005  by Admin
  Barclays Bank Tanzania Ltd has embarked on a drive to support SMEs and create awareness among Tanzanians on what Barclays is doing. "Barclays' SME customers are able to access facilities such as loans, working capital financing, letters of credit performance and bid bonds", Deus Manyenye, Head of Retail Banking.
 
113. 37 Kisarawe women learn fruit processing
  Monday, July 25, 2005  by Admin
  Participants at a recent food-processing workshop, held in Kisarawe District in Coast Region, have been asked to start self employment groups in order to get financial assistance.
The DC said the knowledge obtained from the workshop would increase their income by buying crops from peasants at reasonable prices, and selling them at a profit after they processed them.
 
114. 259 entrepreneurs learn exhibition skills
  Thursday, July 21, 2005  by Admin
  The Impprove Your Business Skills training, which was one among many by the ILO as a strategy to enhance contribution of women entrepreneurs in creating meaning and sustainable employment opportunities.
 
115. Summary of the BEST Programme
  Wednesday, July 13, 2005  by Admin
  The BEST Programme is designed to provide businesses with the enabling environment they need, thereby enhancing economic growth and achieving rapid and sustainable poverty reduction. The goal is to reduce poverty through enhancing the growth and development of businesses in Tanzania, particularly micro and small firms in sectors that affect the majority of the poor.
 
116. OICT Newsletter
  Tuesday, July 05, 2005  by Admin
  Opportunities Industrialization Centers of Tanzania (OICT) publishes quarterly newsletters entitles Jarida la wafanyabiashara wadogo wadogo na wa kati.
 
117. Trained Women Exporters to boost Private Sector
  Friday, July 01, 2005  by Admin
  The Director of the Centre for International Business Development Services (CIBDS) has said that empowering and providing training on export will boost the Private Sector and assist African businesswomen to create jobs and make products that can compete in teh global market, reduce poverty and build communities. He said this during the training of trainers organized by CIBDS with support from the International Trade Centre and the Trade Facilitation Office.
 
118. SMEs advised to seek business education
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin
  Small and Medium-size entrepreneurs are encouraged to seek business education and consultancy services so as to run their businesses efficiently.
 
119. TGT trains members of 6,000 SMEs
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzania Gatsby Trust (TGT) has trained SMEs on technology, business management loans and improving quality of their products.
 
120. Entrepreneurs urged to be aggressive
  Wednesday, June 01, 2005  by Admin
  Mr. Altemius Millinga, Executive Director of Centre for Micro Finance Enterprise Deevlopment (CEMIDE) says to facilitate effective and efficient exploitation of opportunities, a number of enterprising tendencies have to be encompassed.
 

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