“Good Business” will be realized within the
cooperation of Boyner Group and KAGIDER; also with Bank of America’s financial
support. The fourth period of ‘’Good Business: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs
in Retail Excluding Food and Non-Electronic Sectors’’ will be held online due
to the pandemic. Within the program, which is indicated as one of the best
practices by United Nations and World Bank, there will be developmental support
to increase individual and corporate capacity of 27 women entrepreneurs who run
“Good Business” has started in 2015 for
women business owners who produces products for Boyner Group brands. Since
2018, “Good Business” has conducted with the cooperation of KAGIDER” and within
the scope of the program, in 2020 trainings will be given to 27 women
entrepreneurs operating in food and non-electronic retail sector such as
textile, ready-made clothes, shoes, bags, accessory, home and kitchen textile.
“Good Business” is a 9-week-program that
aims to develop social, occupational and financial skills of the women
entrepreneurs. Within the scope of the program, topics such as Human Resources
Management, Marketing Strategies, Branding, Contract and Labor Law, Obligations
and Trade Law, Foreign Trade Incentives, Public Incentive programs and e-trade
will be covered. Also, there will be successful women for each topic such as
speakers. There will be special meetings for buyer by Boyner Group and there
will be networking meetings to reach new markets.
‘’Good Business: Empowering Women
Entrepreneurs in Retail Excluding Food and Non-Electronic Sectors’’ will
support women entrepreneurs to enlarge their business, increase number of women
entrepreneurs in Turkey, highlight women entrepreneurs and the Project aims to
support women in reaching finance and market. “Good Business” will not only
support 27 women entrepreneurs, it will also support women who are employed by
these women entrepreneurs.
Until now, “Good Business” supported 72 women
entrepreneurs to reach the market and also improved their ability to compete.
Program has been selected as a best practice example by United Nations and
World Bank. It also included in the World Bank’s global “SheWorks” report.