Business Plan Development Seminars

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Business Plan Development Seminars
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Country: Panama
Volunteer(s) Name: A Burr
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Texas
Funds community contributed: $486
Percentage community contributed: 25%
Funds needed were: $1426
Funds requested were: $1426
PPCP #: 525-120
Year of project approval: 2009
Projects started in Panama 2009 (8).
Business Plan Development Seminars, Community Center (Panama), Community Latrine Project (Panama), Community Park Renovation, Development of Tourist Welcome Center, EcoClub Manual, Rural Water Committee Training, Water Catchment Systems
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Other Projects in Panama (20).
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Info about the Business Plan Development Seminars

Business Plan Development (BPD) initiative in Panama is derived from Project Design Management (PDM), a course with a format on how to design a project. BPD is business focused, for ventures seeking profit as opposed to projects where financial benefit is not sought.

Funding for this project is necessary for execution of 2 seminars that will be held in late June through July of 2009. The seminars will teach the qualitative and quantitative aspects of making a business plan. BPD has a coordinator who acts as resourceful liaison between century 21 broker properti jual beli sewa rumah Indonesia public and private institutions and volunteers whom have entrepreneurial spirited community counterparts in pursuit of either starting a business or expanding an existing business. Participants will be assisted by Peace Corps Volunteers with computers in typing the necessary information for a participant’s idea/plan.

The second quantitative portion of the seminar will be performed 4 weeks after the qualitative seminar is executed. Participants will be given specific instruction to seek information for the quantitative portion of their business plan. The second seminar for participants will be focused century 21 broker properti jual beli sewa rumah Indonesia on creating financial data for their business plans and education on how to present the plan to financial institutions for funding/financing. The BPD coordinator along with CED APCD acts as a consultant to the PCV and his/her counterpart after conduction of the seminars in assistance to realizing funding/financing and providing relevant advice where needed.

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