Togo: The first Private Sector Week is officially launched!

Economic governance
Monday, 04 November 2019 18:52
Togo: The first Private Sector Week is officially launched!

(Togo First) - The first edition of the Private Sector Week was officially launched in Lomé on November 4, 2019. The theme of the event is Private sector, driver of socio-economic development and growth of Togo. Organized by the government and the private sector, it aims to review all concerns of private actors so as to enable them to fully play their part in the implementation of the national development plan (PND). The private sector, let's recall, is expected to contribute 65% of the funds needed for the plan.

In the framework of the gathering are planned top-level debates and panels hosted by eminent figures, from the government, resident-representatives of international organizations, heads of regional and national banks, heads of private sector organizations, and business leaders. Also scheduled are three open days for all private-public sectors.

Talks will revolve around promoting local consumption, formalizing informal businesses, access to financing for SMEs and SMIs, ZLECAF, disseminating entrepreneurs' success stories, training, employment and the role of digital technology in the promotion of the private sector.

Octave A. Bruce

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