The popular view of a successful entrepreneur is someone with a big vision, and an obstinate determination to reach his goals. However, one element that is often overlooked is the need for constant learning to keep abreast with the latest industry changes.

  • In-house and Calendar Training Programs on How to build startups, Startup Engineering, Competitive Strategy, Consumer Behavior, Accounting, Finance for Non-Finance Professionals, Taxation, Legal, Compliances, Leadership, Team Building, Communications, Branding & Marketing, etc.
  • Seminars and Conferences on contemporary issues
  • Networking events

To Employees

Having a trained workforce means your workers are learning new skills that can improve production, cut time spent in the creation of your product (or service), reduce production costs, reduce mistakes, build confidence in your workforce, and create a better working environment.

  • For Banking Professionals: Training on Customer Relationship Management, Marketing, Credit Management, Treasury & Fund Management, Risk Management, Cash Management and Teller Operation, Trade Operation, Micro Finance Operation, NRB Unified Directives, NFRS, Taxation, etc.
  • For Officials working in Corporate Sector: Customer Relationship Management, Corporate Communication, Time Management, Performance Management, Stress Management, Accounting, Taxation, etc.
  • For Development Sector Employees: Proposal Writing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Taxation, Conflict Management.
  • For Job Seekers: Interview Preparation, CV Writing, Accounting, Taxation, Office Etiquette, etc.