Robert Bosch Institute to support professional training for entrepreneurial development in Brazil

The Robert Bosch Institute and the Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio às Micro e Pequenas Empresas (Brazilian Support Service for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises – SEBRAE) have joined forces to develop a project to support third sector undertakings. The objective is to train employees and administrators of the 100 institutions affiliated to the Federação das Entidades Assistenciais de Campinas (Federation of Support Entities of Campinas – FEAC) and organizations registered in the Conselho Municipal de Assistência Social (Social Assistance Municipal Council – CMAS) of São Paolo.

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