ANJE y Cámara de Comercio de Santiago aúnan esfuerzos por la  juventud

ANJE and Santiago Chamber of Commerce join forces for youth

Santiago.- The Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santiago, through its Youth Committee and the National Association of Young Entrepreneurs (ANJE), signed an inter-institutional collaboration agreement to develop programs and projects that positively affect the Dominican business climate and contribute to the development of the youth in the Dominican Republica.

The agreement made during a meeting in this city implies a set of facilities for the integration between the membership of both institutions, which fwill facilitate the interconnection and efficiency of efforts for the development of its members and the strengthening of the country’s entrepreneurial business climate.

“We hope that this agreement will be a start in inter-regional integrational, in order to create better conditions for young entrepreneurs or with consolidated businesses, thus contributing our share in the Dominican economic growth”, highlighted Luis Manuel Pellerano.

Likewise, J.oel Tavárez, president of the Youth Committee of the CChamber of Commerce and Production of Santiago, He stressed that “this alliance ensures the development of important projects, both present and future, that will achieve great successes hand in hand with both institutions, as well as creating a direct line of networking between the young entrepreneurs of the two largest cities in the country.”

ANJE and the Youth Committee of the Santiago Chamber of Commerce and Production They have identified spaces for collaboration, articulation, promotion, cooperation and mobilization of resources for the development of said initiatives, with the intention of also increasing the integration and exchange of perspectives of the private sector between the regions where both institutions are based.

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