Phase II of Ichorise Mohoebi kickstarts in high gear FeaturedWritten by Eric Ntlaloe
BEDCO launched its Phase I of the entrepreneurial capacity-building project, Ichorise Mohoebi on 25 November 2013. The project was intended to equip entrepreneurs with skills on how to start, operate and grow their businesses.
First, it helped those who had grand business ideas and would like to develop them into business, but had no shoulder to lean on so that they ended up in business.
The project registered an impressive number of entrepreneurs produced (587) most of whom were women, then youth and men.
With the Start-Your-Business module, Ichorise Mohoebi was able to equip starters in the business environment with techniques on how they could develop their grand business ideas into real business.
Second, there were entrepreneurs who are already in business, but just wanted techniques on how they could possibly operate their business in a professional manner so that they sustain in business. The project helped them a lot with technical skills on how they could do these.
Therefore, Phase II of Ichorise will be more watershed and focused, being geared towards assisting Basotho entrepreneurs with relevant business development skills.