The Business Confederation of Angola (CFA) plans soon to create an association of consultants to support the activity of entrepreneurs, the organisation’s president, Francisco Viana announced in the city of Huambo.
The president of the CFA said during a meeting with businessmen in the city that they must plan to supervise their projects, which is the reason for the creation of the national association of business consultants.
This association will give the country’s entrepreneurs access to greater business management skills, avoiding bankruptcies, he said cited by Angolan news agency Angop.
Francisco Viana said that economic and social development depends mainly of small and medium-sized enterprises, because they are the ones who drive the economic sector, as is the case in any country.
The Business Confederation of Angola, incorporated on 27 January, 2017, aims to be a platform for dialogue between the government and the various business associations and cooperatives from the country’s 18 provinces. (macauhub)