Training and Resources

Mexico

COMPITE

The National Committee of Productivity and Technological Innovation, AC (COMPITE) is a Civil Association created in 1997 with the purpose of strengthening the growth and permanence of companies in Mexico. 

COMPITE promotes Productivity, Technological Innovation, Quality Processes and Social Responsibility in companies to raise their competitiveness standards. 

Its services are aimed at any type and size of company, also has services specially designed for the requirements of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MIPyME's), at affordable costs and with satisfaction guarantee.

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INADEM

The National Institute of the Entrepreneur is a decentralized administrative body of the Ministry of Economy, which aims to implement, implement and coordinate the national policy of support for entrepreneurs and micro, small and medium enterprises, promoting innovation, competitiveness and projection in the national and international markets to increase their contribution to economic development and social welfare, as well as contribute to the development of policies that promote culture and business productivity.

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New Zealand

Callaghan Innovation (Government’s Business R&D Funding Programmes)

Callaghan Innovation is a government agency supporting hi-tech businesses in New Zealand. It provides a single front door to the innovation system for businesses at all stages of their innovation journey - from start-ups to the most experienced R&D performers.

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Creative HQ

We enable bright people to build brilliant businesses by nourishing entrepreneurial talent and driving innovation.

We are dedicated to increasing the number of high growth businesses that fuel New Zealand's economy through our incubation and acceleration programmes as well as our grassroots entrepreneur initiatives and innovation services.

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Export New Zealand

ExportNZ is a division of BusinessNZ. Through our nationwide network we can provide the knowledge, information, contacts, training, support and services to help you grow your export business.

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New Zealand Leadership Institute

NZLI was born out of a perceived need for more leadership. A sense that New Zealand's businesses and communities were lacking the kind of leadership that would carry them forward.

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New Zealand Trade and Enterprise – Export Essentials Guides

No matter where you are in your journey going global, we tailor our services to help you reach your goals and take your business to the next level.

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NZTE Capability Development Vouchers

Once your business is past start-up phase, the range of government support opens up, from grants and mentoring to tailored support schemes for different industries and different business goals.

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The University of Auckland Entrepreneurs Challenge

The University of Auckland Business School Entrepreneurs' Challenge provides up to one million dollars annually for investment in growth-oriented SMEs.

Since the launch in 2009, made possible by a generous $4 million gift from Kiwi philanthropist and businessman, Charles Bidwill and a further 1 million dollars from an anonymous donor, 20 companies have been awarded funding - companies, we believe embody the excellence and ingenuity of New Zealand's best entrepreneurs.

Funding is provided in the form of a loan and possibly some equity warrants offered on terms more favourable than those prevailing in the market for companies of a similar age, stage and risk profile.

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Velocity - Venture Success Stories

Velocity is New Zealand's leading entrepreneurial development programme. We are about giving momentum to great ideas and to surge ahead and innovate the future. 

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Peru

Peruvian Entrepreneur

It is the platform of Business Development Services of the Ministry of Production, designed to promote the competitiveness of MSMEs through the implementation of mechanisms and instruments for business development and strengthening, to the benefit of the Peruvian entrepreneur, his family, his region and his country.

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The Philippines

CRIF Corporation

 CRIF's growth is driven by a global approach and vision. Established in 1988 in Bologna (Italy), CRIF has an important international presence, operating across four continents (Europe, America, Africa and Asia).

CRIF is the leading provider in continental Europe of banking credit information, one of the key players worldwide providing integrated services and solutions for business & commercial information and credit & marketing management, and is included in the prestigious FinTech 100, a ranking of the leading global technology solution providers to the financial services industry.

Specializing in credit information systems, business information and credit management solutions, CRIF offers banks, financial institutions, utility companies and businesses qualified support in every phase of the customer relationship: from the planning of development strategies to acquisition, through to portfolio management and credit collection.

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Philippine Trade Training Center

The Philippine Trade Training Center is mandated to develop training modules on export and import techniques and procedures; to raise the level of awareness of Philippine businessmen on export opportunities and the availability of alternative sources of import products or diversified markets for export; to offer specialized courses for specific industry groups directed at overcoming barriers to overseas market penetration; and, to conduct training programs in international trade practices, inspection techniques and exhibition mounting.

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Saint Paul Consulting Group, Inc. (SPCG)

SPCG is a company with a heart for the SMEs. It designs systems that help small businesses become better at what they do.

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SME Roving Academy (SMERA)

SME Roving Academy (SMERA) is a continuous learning program for the development of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to become competitive in the domestic and international markets.

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Russia

SME Business Navigator

It is a free web tool for entrepreneurs, who are willing to open or to expand their own business and who want to work legally, pay all obligatory taxes and charges, earning for their future and for the future of their children.

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SME Training Programs

JSC RSMB Corporation in 2016 formed with the involvement of Russian non-governmental organizations operating in the field of business support and higher education, two (2) training programs: (1) "The ABC of an entrepreneur" (creating a business from scratch); and, (2) "School of Entrepreneurship" (business development).
 

In addition to the two training programs, the Corporation developed a set of modules for the most relevant topics for entrepreneurs, including the existing measures to support small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs).

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Singapore

SkillsFuture Singapore

SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Education (MOE). It will drive and coordinate the implementation of the national SkillsFuture movement, promote a culture and holistic system of lifelong learning through the pursuit of skills mastery, and strengthen the ecosystem of quality education and training in Singapore.

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SME Centre @ SICCI

SME Centre@Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SME Centre@SICCI) was set up in 2008 in collaboration with SPRING Singapore (A government body) to offer business advisory services at no charge.

The SME Centre@SICCI hopes to be a one-stop business solution partner for Singapore-based enterprises that are looking to grow their businesses locally and expand overseas.

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SME Centre@ASME

SME Centre@ASME provides an even more robust range of assistance and services than   before. This includes greater in-depth services comprising business needs and productivity advice, capability and awareness workshops; business leads facilitation, as well as guidance on tapping on government schemes and grants.

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SME Centre@SCCCI

Established in 2006 and formerly known as the Enterprise Development Centre@SCCCI (EDC@SCCCI), SME Centre@SCCCI (the Centre) is a collaboration between SPRING Singapore and Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI). Its mission is to provide holistic general business advisory and capability development services to local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and aspiring entrepreneurs.

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SME Centre@SMCCI

SME Centre @SMCCI was established in 2006 with a mission to provide one-stop services to assist local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) amidst the backdrop of the challenging global economic landscape.

As a strategic partner of SPRING Singapore, SME Centre @SMCCI partners with aspiring entrepreneurs and SMEs to help them grow and transform their businesses through a diverse range of services such as: (1) complimentary one-to-one general business advisory to identify business needs and chart milestones; (2) capability development services to improve business processes and performance; (3) business diagnostic assessments to eliminate gaps and increase productivity; and, (4) themed-based workshops to facilitate sharing of business tips and trends for companies to remain relevant and trends for companies to remain relevant.

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Workforce Singapore

Workforce Singapore (WSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). It will oversee the transformation of the local workforce and industry to meet ongoing economic challenges.

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Thailand

Institute of Small and Medium Enterprises Development (ISMED)

The Institute of Small and Medium Enterprises Development (ISMED) is tasked to support and coordinate the operations of educational institutions and specialized institutions; develop entrepreneurs and SMEs; transfer knowledge to entrepreneurs and service personnel to SMEs in various forms such as distance learning training, self-study from the media and more; provide services to SMEs such as investment advisory, marketing, investment and joint venture business among others.

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National Food Institute

The Food Institute is a leading organization in Value Creation for the Thai food industry, both internationally and domestically.

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NEC by CU Entrepreneurship Improvement Program

The New Entrepreneurs Creation (NEC ) was started in 2006 by the Research Unit for Industrial and Technology (IMT), Chulalongkorn University and the Department of Industrial Promotion (DIP). It aims to respond to government policies that promote the development of SMEs by creating new entrepreneurs and helping to develop existing entrepreneurs who have the potential to survive. 

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New Entrepreneurs Creation (NEC) Project

The New Entrepreneurs Creation (NEC) Project aims to train entrepreneurs to develop sustainable and business practices that are competitive in the global marketplace. Entrepreneurs and SMEs contribute significantly to Thailand's social and economic development. Over the past 11 years, NEC has built the capacity of over 1,000 entrepreneurs, enabling them to operate successful businesses and serve as important economic contributors. In 2016, 77 participants went through an intensive 10-day training program, focusing on marketing, organizational management and accounting; all critical to running a strong business. Furthermore, through one-on-one consultations, Kenan experts helped each participant develop business plans, which the entrepreneurs presented to a panel of experts. As a result of NEC in 2016, 22 entrepreneurs started or expanded businesses.

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Thailand Automotive Institute

The Thailand Automotive Institute is responsible for developing policies and the master plan to facilitate growth of the country's automotive industry, comprises of representatives from the government and private sector, as well as, academics.

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Thailand Textile Institute

The Textile Industry Development Institute is an independent organization which  serves as a hub for the promotion and development of the entire textile and apparel industry. Its vision is to provide support and facilities to SMEs to enable them to compete with foreign countries; and expand the scope of services to include future fashion entrepreneurs. It directs and drives the textile and apparel industry to develop in the right direction, supporting and promoting the competitiveness of the textile industry. In the global marketplace, it is central to linking networks and exchanging services with various agencies to provide services to operators, operators, and operators. 

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The United States

America's Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs)

America's SBDC represents America's nationwide network of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) - the most comprehensive small business assistance network in the United States and its territories.

The mission of America's nationwide network of SBDCs is to help new entrepreneurs realize the dream of business ownership, and to assist existing businesses to remain competitive in the complex marketplace of an ever-changing global economy.

Hosted by leading universities, colleges and state economic development agencies, and funded in part by the United States Congress through a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, nearly 1,000 service centers are available to provide no-cost business consulting and low-cost training.

Small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs can go to their local SBDCs for FREE face-to-face business consulting and at-cost training, on topics including writing business plans, accessing capital, marketing, regulatory compliance, technology development, and international trade.

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