Šiaulių bankas organizes cycles of seminars of two months for business representatives

This year from September till November Šiaulių bankas together with its partners - Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, City Municipalities, Business Information Centers, Public Institution Lithuanian Innovation Centre, Investicijų ir verslo garantijos UAB (INVEGA) and European Investment Fund organized cycles of seminars free of charge for representatives of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.
During the seminars representatives of Šiaulių bankas will introduce funding opportunities for businesses using state-supported small credits of the first and second stages, also with the European Investment Fund’s JEREMIE initiative aiming at provision of loans of divided risk to SME’s and improving the conditions for the enterprises to receive the assets from external financing sources.

“Seminars are intended for Lithuanian business representatives wishing to know more about crediting opportunities, use state-supported credits more actively and facilitate business by increasing competitiveness in internal and International markets. Today it is very important to assist the ones whishing to start their business but lacking with information about real possibilities on how to make it. During the seminars we will motivate the entrepreneurs to work independently with the help of new financial engineering instruments. Entrepreneurs will be introduced with the crediting opportunities and conditions as well as state support for the ones starting their business“, said Head of Vilnius region of Corporate and Retail Banking of Šiaulių bankas AB Viktoras Budraitis.

The organized cycles of seminars aim at encouraging entrepreneurship and its effectiveness, employment of entrepreneurs and creation of new positions. During these seminars reports on stimulation opportunities for businesses, programmes of state and municipal support, funding opportunities for businesses using INVEGA guaranties will be presented not only by Šiaulių bankas but also by different municipalities, INVEGA, European Investment Fund and representatives from Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Seminars will be held in Ukmergė, Mažeikiai, Marijampolė, Kaunas, Kėdainiai, Jonava, Utena, Visaginas, Panevėžys, Kelmė, Tauragė, Klaipėda, Telšiai, Birštonas and Šiauliai.