Dominica Youth Business Trust hosts 32nd Small Business Assistance Facility program

Eamon Gibbons

Project Officer of the Dominica Youth Business Trust (DYBT), Eamon Gibbons said the trust is gearing up to host its 32nd Small Business Assistance Facility (SBAF) program next month.

Gibbons who was addressing a launching ceremony recently said the training will run from the second week in June from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 2  PM.

According to him, the program is geared towards accelerating businesses and targets youth from ages 18-35 years as well as interested persons above the age of 35.

“At the DYBT we train everyone. So, even if you are above the age of 35, we will not turn you away, we will bring you in and we will train you, Gibbons said.

He urged entrepreneurs to participate in the training in order to better and expand their businesses.

The training will touch on topics in the area of record keeping, marketing, the digital economy, leveraging their business, financing, business continuity among other topics.

He took the opportunity to encourage every young person who is involved in a business and is looking to further develop and grow their enterprise to contact the DYBT via its Facebook page or visit their office on 42 Kennedy Avenue.

Registration for the program can be done on the DYBT website at dybt.gov.dm

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3 Comments

  1. Lady
    May 17, 2024

    I don’t see the sign up fee

  2. One love
    May 16, 2024

    stupes and a very huge Stupes

  3. Putin
    May 16, 2024

    Talk about “teaching a man to fish!” Excellent work!

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