SMEs advised on innovative financing
Rwanda will turn into a middle income economy if small and medium enterprises embrace innovative financing and excellent savings culture, experts have advised.
“Unless business entrepreneurs embrace the culture of saving while reinvesting in their businesses, they will find it difficult to attain economy sustainability which is critical for Rwanda to achieve a middle income status,” Victor Schemedding, the chief executive officer of cloud work, a Netherland based business firm said during the East Africa growing SMEs forum in Kigali last week.
Schemedding added that economic sustainability and self reliance, is not about governments but rather SMEs trying to become more innovative, saving and reinvesting.
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