BSP Financial Group Limited and Australian Business Volunteers have partnered to deliver a localised business development program that will unlock the potential of Micro and Small to Medium Enterprises, including women-led businesses.
BSP is rolling out this program in Fiji with Australian Business Volunteer, a not-for-profit international development organisation, after a successful pilot phase in Papua New Guinea with BSP PNG.
BSP Country Head, Haroon Ali says this partnership enables the delivery of impactful sustainable outcomes through a training and mentoring program specially designed for Fiji businesses that will build capacity and further support the national agenda for MSME development.
BSP is the major funding partner for this program with the support of associate funders such as the British High Commission and this concerted effort will provide a unique offering for local businesses, not always available for free.
ABV Chief Executive Officer, Liz Mackinlay has applauded the Bank’s decision to support local MSMEs and reaffirmed their commitment to this ongoing partnership.
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