The Pacific Business Mentoring Programme mentors will provide mentoring and business advice to Solomon Islands business people this Thursday.
The Mentoring Programme aims to up-skill business owners by analyzing processes and procedures, and then providing suggestions for improvements or efficiencies.
A statement from the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry says there will be five mentors who will offer training to over 40 businesses in the country.
The Mentors will spend the week giving free advice and agreeing action plans with enrolled business owners.
The Pacific Business Mentoring Programme is funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme and operates in nine Pacific countries.