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close this bookTraining Entrepreneurs for Small Business Creation: Lessons from Experience (ILO, 1988, 154 p.)
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With such a variety of associated activities required for a co-ordinated programme for entrepreneur development and business creation, it would be difficult indeed to imagine that a single organisational format would be prescribed. If the infrastructure organisations already exist, a small group of experts to design the programme and co-ordinate the efforts of the other participants may be all that is necessary. Such a group may be constituted as part of one of the existing organisations, such as a development bank or management training institution, or be set up as a separate body. It may be simply a training body but it may also have to incorporate other functions if gaps exist in the infrastructure.