Placing a product abroad looks attractive, however, behind this, there are a number of considerations that before the SBNA Small Grant Program were not in place for SBDC UNICAES Santa Ana.
The internationalization of a Central American or Dominican product to international markets, such as the United States, represents an opportunity to improve the conditions of any micro and small enterprise (MSMEs), however, behind it there are several aspects that, until the partnership, did not have the
The nature of the SBDC methodology facilitates for the peculiarities of SBDC’s in each territory not to become an obstacle but to a key to success to concrete partnerships, as has happened between Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.
For example, the SBDC of the Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala (CCG) partner with the SBDC of ISA University, in the Dominican Republic, and according to its Director, Donald Rodas, many similarities in the organizational structure were found, which a
The Small Business Development Center of the Gulf of Fonseca has successfully tested micro franchises in the Gulf of Fonseca and the Dominican city of Santiago de los Caballeros in businesses led by women.
The success of the food micro franchises implemented in the Gulf of Fonseca has served to generate changes in the labor and economic conditions of entrepreneurs in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic.
The Missouri Technology Development Center for