Asthe government works onthe finer action details ofthe recent SME’summit in Madang, one entrepreneur has moverd a step forward.
This time a female, Linda Paru re-launched her business calledthe HR Business Solutions in Port Moresby on Friday.
Ms. Paru aims to assist government enhancethe knowledge of Papua New Guineas in boththe Human Resource andInformation Technology fields.
The HR Business Solutions office is located in downtown Port Moresby. It has state ofthe art rooms for interviews, conferences, board meetings and training.
It’specializes in human resource services, payroll, work permit and visas and SME consultancy services amongst thers.
Ministersfor Treasury Don Polye, Labour Mark Maipakai, and Public Service Sir Puka Temu joined Linda and ther business houses for the relaunch on Friday.
Linda started her business three years ago with TelikoPNG. She said her dreams came true with sheer determination and focus.
Minister for Treasury Don Polye’said government is serious aboutthe SME’sector and reserving businesses for Papua New Guineas.
However, he said prior to starting up or even owning businesses, it is of great importancethe people are well versed withthe knowledge and skills to own and operate businesses.
Minister for Labour and public service shared similar sentiments. They said government departments would need such refresher training to enhancethe service delivery mechanism.
Government has now focused on reserving all small to medium enterprises for Papua New Guineas.
This wasthe key agenda for the Madang summit recently.
Last year One Hundred and Thirty Million Kina was deposited inthe National Development Bank for the SME’sector.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill said more money will be made available this year and next year to encouragethe growth of SMEs in PNG