Canadian banking institution Scotiabank will be assisting another 25 small and medium-sized entrepreneurs under its 2016 Vision Achievers programme.
This year, the bank invested roughly $20 million in specialised training to select SMEs as part of its mandate to build capacity of the sector since 2011. However, Scotia has not decided on the amount it will be investing in the programme next year.
Scotia will begin accepting applications for its next set of cohorts during the first quarter of 2016. Applicants must be a Jamaican sole proprietor, partnership, corporation or limited liability company in operation for a minimum of two years and above the age of 21.
Published in the Observer
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