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Fidelity Bank Ghana On Capacity Building For SMEs

Posted by Osei Agyemang

As a component of Fidelity Bank’s COVID-19 reaction methodology, the bank has joined forces with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to introduce a four-part webinar arrangement to help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with financial and business strategies to assist them with exploring the monetary downturn brought about by the negative effect of COVID-19.

The webinar is part of Fidelity’s new idea leadership arrangement. The first installment was hung on Thursday June 11, 2020 on the topic An SME Perspective: Surviving Today to Thrive Tomorrow.

In partnership with IFC, Fidelity is glad to introduce this online course arrangement for SMEs. The Smal And Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are a basic fragment of Ghana’s economy and the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally affected that part, among others.

Other than loan bans and rebuilding, Fidelity thinks the time has come to give SMEs commonsense devices to assist them with sustaining their organizations through this difficult time.

Furthermore, the bank increased their efforts by visiting a portion of it’s clients to additionally comprehend the challenges that they are facing during this COVID-instigated financial downturn.

The Bank is ready to keep on giving SMEs and other businesses such help and educative online courses during and after the pandemic.

The training program was driven by IFC Consultant, Master Trainer and Instructional Designer, Margaret Jackson, who is additionally the Managing Partner of Rainbow Consult.

Around 200 SMEs took an interest in the webinar.

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