The Program seeks, through a structured methodology for the incubation of social businesses, to structure, consolidate and leverage projects. Since 2015, AGIR has been certified as a social technology and includes different phases during its life cycle, such as prospecting, entrepreneurial training, incubation, acceleration and business graduation. The program provides for direct investment, the so-called seed capital, in productive infrastructure and equipment. The actions are aimed at both associations, cooperatives and informal productive groups and, through the program, the enterprises receive training, technical advice and mentoring in financial management, governance, formalization, production and marketing, seeking to become sustainable.
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