The Pacific Business Mentoring Programme trainers have returned to Honiara for a four days long training to existing and new clients.
The training started yesterday at Heritage Park Hotel and 19 small and medium size businesses from the agriculture, tourism, professional services, events management, floral arts and manufacturing sectors attended.
A statement from the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce said the trainers offer effective and practical training to upskill business owners and managers to effectively run and analyse their businesses.
Funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme, the Pacific Business Mentoring Programme operates in nine countries across the Pacific, and has been working in Honiara since 2011.
To date, more than 70 local businesses have been supported under the programme.