SIWIBA Mere’s Market received one stove worth $1,600 and a set of solar worth $4,100 from Solomon Origin Gas and Island Enterprise during yesterday’s event at the National Art Gallery.
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Solomon Islands first ever FM station, “Z FM” has given SIWIBA Meres Market free promotion production for its upcoming Meres Market in October.
Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) had an opportunity to meet with members of the Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) CEO Benjamin Afuga and Ishmael Nori.
The meeting last week was between members of the SIWIBA Board and FSII where discussion was around the vision for the Association to be direct links for local business women beyond the shores of Solomon Islands.
Many craft-based small businesses begin with a lot of raw materials and creativity like seashell crafting.For Solomon Islands with access to a good source of shells, such as around public and coastal areas, the opportunity to start a business might turn into a handsome profit.
The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) had a brief meeting with the Solomon Islands Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia, H.E Mr. Salana Kalu in Honiara.
SIWIBA President, Dalcy Tekulu had the opportunity to share with H.E Ambassador Kalu the Association’s aims and objectives with highlights of key achievement since its establishment.
A corporation without a system of corporate governance is often regarded as a body without a soul or conscience. As important for many organizations, SIWIBA board and staff had successfully ends a three days training on cooperate governance over the week.
Facilitating the training was Mr. Jerry Tengemoana of Prime academy and once the former CEO of chamber of Commerce.