Cham­bers of com­merce achieve

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There are about 105 cham­bers of the workshop. com­merce af­fil­i­ated to the AHI. An­dré van Gre­unen, chair­man of the More than 500 vol­un­teers are Oudt­shoorn Cham­ber of Com­merce, said in­volved in the day-to-day ac­tiv­dur­ing his wel­com­ing speech that train­ing ities of th­ese cham­bers, and in to­tal they and knowl­edge are tremen­dous as­sets for pro­vide 500 net­work ses­sions to small bu­siany town and rep­re­sent an in­vest­ment in ness­men and the cor­po­rate sec­tor yearly. the com­mu­nity. All ex­penses for the work

En­tre­pre­neur­ial de­vel­op­ment has shop, in­clud­ing the fees for the pre­sen­ters, be­come an im­por­tant pri­or­ity for many were paid by the AHI. In ad­di­tion, the cham­bers of com­merce. This is in or­der to, cham­ber of com­merce and the Oudt­shoorn on the one hand, ex­pand the cham­ber by Ro­tar­i­ans pro­vided re­fresh­ments, while in­volv­ing more young peo­ple of dif­fer­ent CP Nel Delta made a ve­hi­cle avail­able for races and so en­cour­age growth of the lo­cal Dr Jo­han Louw, the AHI fa­cil­i­ta­tor while econ­omy, and, on the other, pro­vide conKlein­plasie spon­sored the ac­com­mo­da­tion. tent for the aims of the Na­tional De­vel­opThe in­volve­ment of the Tsit­sikamma ment Pla n ( NDP). Hav­ing more cham­ber of com­merce in en­tre­pre­neur­ial en­trepreneurs brings in­vest­ment and job train­ing was in turn mo­ti­vated by the cre­ation, as well as con­tribut­ing to ecol arge- sca l e un­em­ploy­ment and t he nomic growth, the de­vel­op­ment of comap­prox­i­mately 43.9% of a to­tal pop­u­la­tion mu­ni­ties and a higher stan­dard of liv­ing for of 40 663 peo­ple in the Tsit­sikamma dis­the lo­cal pop­u­la­tion. trict liv­ing on wel­fare. This cri­sis in­duced

AHI’s five-day train­ing pro­gramme for Yolande le Roux, the chair­man of the lo­cal as­pir­ing en­trepreneurs was held i n cham­ber of com­merce, to bring a group of Oudt­shoorn ear­lier this year. Dur­ing talks as­pir­ing en­trepreneurs to­gether to at­tend be­tween lo­cal com­mu­nity lead­ers and the the AHI’s course over a pe­riod of five days. AHI to ease ten­sions be­tween lo­cal en­tre“By cre­at­ing more lo­cal en­trepreneurs and preneurs and busi­ness­peo­ple from So­ma­lia, en­cour­ag­ing the econ­omy to grow, the Pak­istan and China, the AHI de­cided, in lo­cal cri­sis in busi­ness op­por­tu­ni­ties for the con­junc­tion with the lo­cal cham­ber of res­i­dents can be re­solved,” Le Roux said. com­merce, to im­ple­ment the pro­gramme. Louw, an ex­pe­ri­enced busi­ness consult

The workshop was held at t he ant, coach and men­tor, who han­dles the Oudt­shoorn re­tire­ment vil­lage and of­fered AHI’s train­ing, said: “Too many peo­ple are for free. The AHI con­tracted ex­perts in wait­ing for the Gov­ern­ment or some­one the field of busi­ness ed­u­ca­tion to present else to cre­ate a fu­ture for them. How­ever, Oudt­shoorn: As­pir­ing en­trepreneurs dur­ing an AHI five­day train­ing pro­gramme

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