Stakeholders Sessions

SDA 6 - Market access for local SMEs

21 Nov

21 November

14:30 to 17:30

PRESENTATION OF THE SESSION

What role for local entrepreneurs in the transformation of African local authorities? To fix populations and reduce the brain drain, African local authorities must make their contributions to the attractiveness of their territory by promoting skills, giving local entrepreneurs access to markets and tenders and creating wealth.

>Review of the public procurement code to allow better targeting of local SMEs, particularly for central government procurement Identification of issues related to small and medium-sized enterprises.
Involvement of local economic actors in the growth of small businesses. Impact of African policy developments on SMEs. Place of small entrepreneurs in the African economic fabric.
Involvement of local economic actors in the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises.

How foreign financing can provide growth for small and medium-sized enterprises.
New market how to understand training.
Training is at the heart of tomorrow's growth, how today to target key sectors and support SMEs in their efforts. Can the local community provide the necessary conditions for SME development?
 Adapt public procurement offers to the capacities of SMEs. SME/local authority financing method creating a win-win partnership.

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