PESC program boosts business in Serra and Ibiraçu (ES)
Even in the face of the crisis caused by the pandemic, the 16 Espírito Santo businesses served by the Community Social Entrepreneurship Program (PESC), an initiative of the Vale Foundation with the Instituto Criare and CIEDS, had significant advances in 15 months of activities. The project, which served associations, cooperatives and productive groups in the municipalities of Serra and Ibiraçu, reached its closing stage, after offering an intensive course in business modeling, mentoring, technical assistance, incubation of the selected productive groups, among other actions.
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