Tue, 23 Jul 2019 18:11 - Updated Tue, 23 Jul 2019 18:10
BNA supports creation of business incubators
Luanda - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) and Higher Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (MESCTI) signed on Monday in Luanda, a Memorandum of Understanding intended to promote the creation of business incubators based on digitalization of payment services.
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Signing of agreement between BNA governor and the minister of Higher Education, Sciences and Technology
Photo: Francisco Miúdo
The aim of the project is to support and encourage training of entrepreneurs, researchers, firms and others of the development process sustained by technological business ideas of high growth potential.
BNA is with this initiative, seeking to contribute to the emergence of small innovator firms in Angola.
The one-year duration memo was signed by BNA governor, José de Lima Massano, and the minister of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Maria Sambo.
The goal is to simultaneously assist overall 10 projects through free business incubation for projects submitted by individual or collective people seeking to develop business ideas, products or innovating services.
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