Access to finance

During the fifth edition of Business Tuesday participants had the opportunity to receive information on services offered by banking institutions, and other crediting organizations

Getting financing for new businesses is a challenge for entrepreneurs from Kosovo who are planning to transform their startups into viable businesses. Most of the entrepreneurs present at the Business Tuesday #5 held at the ICK premises said that it is not easy to get financing for their business ideas.

Finding adequate funds in the market today can be a difficult and highly complex objective that requires time and specific knowledge on the various financing options. During the fifth edition of Business Tuesday participants had the opportunity to receive information on services offered by banking institutions, and other crediting organizations, information on the potential benefits of these financing options, what to do to qualify to receive funding. They also had the chance to discuss their topics of interest with the three presenters.

Shpend Nura from Raiffaisen Bank, Vjosa Mullatahiri from USAID/YEP and Nysret Spahija from Crimson Capital Fund presented various financing options for business startups.

“Business Tuesday” is inspired by the practice of similar events organized in Scandinavia.

Athena Prosjektledelse, Norway and the Association for Information and Communication Technology Kosovo (STIKK), are the founders of the CPI, and Crimson Capital is leading collaborative partner. CPI is funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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