Business Support Organizations ill-equipped to meet private sector needs

-former GCCI President

Former Chamber of Commerce President Vishnu Doerga

Former Georgetown Chamber President, Vishnu Doerga wants local Business Support Organizations (BSO’s) to improve their capacity to provide advocacy, technical support and other services to the country’s private sector, responsibilities which he says, are not being discharged effectively at this time.

In a wide-ranging interview with this newspaper, Doerga broached a number of issues relating to the state of the private sector including the challenges and opportunities confronting the business community in the wake of the discovery of oil and the impending commencement of the recovery process in 2020.

The current CEO of the Guyana franchise of the internationally renowned business coaching organization, Action Coach told Stabroek Business that with the longstanding prospect of Guyana becoming an oil economy now lying on the country’s doorstep the local business support infrastructure had little choice but to raise its game urgently if local businesses are to optimize the advantages presented by the opportunity…..

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