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BSC Approach


BSC aims to empower Nepali women economically by giving them the needed tools for setting up a new business or for upgrading the existing ones. With this aim, BSC assists the supported women entrepreneurs in different ways by:
  • Reinforcing their self-esteem and confidence by arranging meetings with other Nepali women who, with hard work and commitment, are now successful business women.
  • Providing training sessions on fundamental elements of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) management.
  • Improving their skills through apprenticeships or skill training sessions.
  • Introducing their products into local and international markets via local markets and fairs, BSC showroom and local and international press.
  • Providing technical assistance for the innovation and diversification of their products with the help of local and international designers.
  • Facilitating their access to credit through financial local institutions that work mainly with women.
  • Building their capacity in marketing their products, e.g. brand and packaging development.
  • Providing technical assistance for the introduction of their products into niche markets like organic and Fairtrade.
  • Counselling in any aspects of the management of the business through mentors.

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