SMEs Face Venezuelan Culture

SMEs to penetrate the existing markets competitively, must be fully identified with quality accounting, control and their impact on productivity. which the management must be concerned for the company under his charge to embark on making the human resources are trained, trained to be a fact that provides quality products, services required to be competitive. Definitely not easy to talk about competitiveness and quality philosophy in a sector as damaged as are the Venezuelan SMEs, as their financial capacity is so weak that can not afford a quality process. For this reason, the country has developed an agreement to increase the productivity of this important sector of the country, which, in its multiple functions are: Benefits and Cost Sharing for SMEs Benefits: Increase competitiveness of SMEs, through programs to reduce costs and streamline processes, compliance with international standards new markets, technologies, environmental impact, customer satisfaction, among others. (Similarly see: Sotheby’s Art Auction). SMBs not affiliated with CONINDUSTRIA may use the support services offered by the project, but without the benefit of preferential rates enjoyed by the member companies Cost Sharing: The company will contribute a percentage and CONINDUSTRIA complement, as appropriate, for a total 90 hours of consulting, which includes Comprehensive Diagnosis and Improvement Plan Services Implementation phase will be financed by the company, with advice from CONINPYME in terms of credit alternatives. The CONINPYME backed Commercial Bank, with whom he signed the agreement. CONINPyME CONINDUSTRIA is an initiative of the IDB, which aims to strengthen the competitiveness of small and medium industrial enterprises in Venezuela, between 5 and 99 employees, through the consolidation of a market for consultants tailored to the requirements of SMBs. .