Porto Inglês, Aug 24 (Inforpress) – Maio Business Center Incubator launches in September a programme to support the organization, adaptation and formalization of business (ProForma) for 20 women entrepreneurs and informal business operators, with little organization and profitability, affected by COVID-19.
According to the director of the Maio Bussines Center incubator, Samir Silva, this programme, whose formal start is scheduled for September, aims to support the formalization of informal micro and small businesses led by women entrepreneurs who have been affected by the crisis motivated by the COVID-19.
Samir Silva also argued that this pandemic crisis exposed “the many weaknesses” arise from informality, the lack of business organization and the lack of protection, through a social security system, so it is necessary to adapt to the new reality with a new approach and a new paradigm.
The object, he pointed out, is the beneficiaries can sell more, increase the profit of their businesses and also win new customers and make their dreams come true. To this end, he said, the incubator launched a call for applications to the programme and interested parties should go to the Maio Business Center (MBC) office to register.