The 22nd edition of the National Forum of SMEs to be held on May 22

Newsroom 21/05/2015 | 12:56

The National Council of Small and Medium Sized Private Enterprises in Romania (CNIPMMR) in partnership with the Ministry of Energy, SMEs and Business Environment and Small and Medium Sized Employers’ Organization in Brasov organize on May 22 the 22nd edition of the “National Forum of SMEs and Entrepreneurs’ Day”.

The event will take place in Poiana Brasov, Hotel Piatra Mare and will be focused on “Financing Opportunities for SMEs for the period 2015-2020”.

Among the guests at the event are included representatives of the Romanian Government, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Labor, Family and Social Protection and the Elderly, Brasov County Council, Economic and Social Council, Romania’s Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants (CECCAR), Management Authorities, senators, deputies and representatives of the media.

On this occasion will be launched the Reliability Index of SMEs, a new evaluation tool of the situation of SMEs in Romania after the model of other countries (China, US, etc.). This tool will synthesize information regarding the business environment, taxation, the current situation regarding the loans of the companies and the estimated evolution for the next 3 months and will be used to determine national policy makers to act to improve the business environment. The presentation will be made by Prof. Ovidiu Nicolescu, Ph.D., president of CNIPMMR and Lucian Isar, president of the Commercial Rail Bank’s Supervisory Board.

The partners of the event are: European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Commercial Railway Bank, FNGCIMM, FRC, Libra Internet Bank, CEC Bank. The exclusive partner of the event on the insurance field is Groupama Asigurari SA and the main sponsors are Coral Impex SRL and B. M. Carmen Iorgus.

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