Prudential Bank has organised two seminars for Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Accra and Kumasi as section of its commit-ment to improving the operation-al capacities of SME companies in the course of the provision of common industry advisory fortify.
The programmes, that have been attended through a number of SME industry homeowners have been at the theme “Man-aging SME Business in difficult times.”
The Head of Commercial Banking on the financial institution, Mr Frederick Adomako-Ansah, talking on the match stated the educational was once to construct the capacities of SME companies for executing suitable strate-gies to lend a hand them navigate in the course of the present financial difficulties.
He emphasized the important function performed through SMEs within the nation’s financial construction and the desire for stakeholders to create a sustained enabling atmosphere to lend a hand companies thrive.
Other audio system on the seminar have been Professor GodfredBokpin, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana Business School; Mr Leop-old Armah, Head, Digital Trans-formation Department and Mr Jo-seph Baah, Head, Credit Appraisal Department.
Professor Bokpin, talking at the subject “Leveraging the lessons from COVID-19, Russia-Ukraine, and current economic challenges for business growth in Ghana,” urged SMEs to seem out for and take complete merit of industry alternatives which can be all the time to be had however tricky to spot all over difficult eco-nomic occasions.
The Head of the Bank’s Digital Transformation Depart-ment, Mr Leopold Armah, took contributors in the course of the virtual ecosystem and showcased key virtual merchandise in particular tai-lored to offer higher potency for industry operations.
The Head of the Credit Ap-praisal Department of the financial institution, Mr Joseph Baah, took contributors in the course of the subject “Effective credit facility and working capital management,” and instructed on the best way to arrange and leverage cred-it amenities to fortify industry construction and enlargement.
The programme additionally gave contributors the chance to engage with senior control of the financial institution and to offer helpful comments at the financial institution’s services and products.
Author: Ghanaian Times