CESO (Canadian Executive Service Organization) is an economic development organization working with partners and clients to create sustainable solutions that foster long-term economic and social growth. Thanks to the Bitove Family Foundation, Macedonia2025 in partnership with CESO, has established the Bitove Family Entrepreneurship Program to support the development of Macedonian micro, small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The program will be officially launched on 17th April in Solun Hotel in Skopje.
On that occasion, Wendy Harris – President and CEO of CESO, Lou Naumovski – Member of Macedonia2025 Experts Council and a Member of the Bitove Family Foundation, will present all the involved stakeholders in the program, its main objectives and benefits for Macedonian companies.
“Our program seeks to recruit Macedonian companies who have specific needs and then to match the abilities of the Canadian senior experts who would like to spend from two to four weeks in Macedonia to advise the companies. The individual assignments can be with a specific company, namely one advisor – one company or it can be one advisor working for multiple companies. “– states Lou Naumovski, the main initiator for bringing this program to Macedonia.
“CESO is dedicated to economic empowerment. With over 50 years of global experience developing SMEs, our partnership with the Bitove Entrepreneurship Program and Macedonia 2025 will be a wonderful opportunity to support businesses in a meaningful, sustainable and tangible way in Macedonia”, says Wendy Harris, President and CEO of CESO.
Macedonian micro, small and medium companies, working in the field of finance, tourism and hospitality, information technology, agri-business and natural resource management are welcomed to apply.
To reserve your spot, please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An additional meeting with the CESO representatives can be scheduled on 17th and 18th of April, upon your request (for which you will have to inform us no later than April 16th).