Pomeroon agro-processors benefit from training

Several volunteers from the Canadian Executive Service Organisation (CESO) are currently in Region Two – Pomeroon/ Supenaam, training local agro-processing businesses to raise their standards to international levels.

CESO was founded in 1967 and is a non-profit organisation that seeks to transfer Canadian expertise to micro-enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses to enhance operating efficiency, production quality/quantity and increase export initiatives; and to strengthen government institutions and private sector associations.

Yvon Bertrand, a volunteer advisor, told Stabroek News that he and another advisor, John McDonald were on assignment looking for agro-processors and manufacturing companies that had  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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