SKILLS launching “SKILLS for Finance - Junior Investment Analyst-JIA” 19-5-2012 :: The Syrian Enterprise and Business Centre (SEBC) Supports the General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums 2/4/2012 :: Health laboratories start by implementing ISO17025 :: Raqqa “discovers” Talents with SKILLS :: SKILLS - Aleppo celebrates its third graduated group of students :: Preparations in full swing to graduate SKILLS 1st Group in Raqqa :: Syria's distinct participation in ZOOM by Fatex 2011 ::
     
 

What's New

   مجلس الزيتون العالمي يوافق على معيار جودة زيت الزيتون السوري

   استمارة تقييم الاحتياجات التدريبية للمنظمات الغير حكومية في سورية - الدفعة الثانية

   SKILLS launching “SKILLS for Finance - Junior Investment Analyst-JIA” 19-5-2012

   EUROMED: MED COSMETICS, TRADITIONAL NEW TRADES TOWARDS EU

   Distinguished Participation for the Syrian Companies in Gulfood 2012

   SEBC & Mobaderoon Support Entrepreneurship the Active Citizenship 12-5-2012

 
     
     
 

News

   Syrian Premiere addressed People Assembly his Government`s Priorities/Dp-news - Sana 29-7-2012

   Textile, Cement State Companies Report Positive Figures/ Syria Report 23-7-2012

   Syrian Cabinet approved 25,000 Job Opportunities in a Year / SANA 15-7-2012

   Damascus Chamber of Industry: developing the national industry is a must -Syriandays 10/7/2012

   The Minister of electric power: projects will go on /Syriandays 9-7-2012

   Syrian Gov. plans to boost Industrialists' Work and to increase Production and Export /DP News 9-7-2012

 
     
     
 
 
     
 
FSCC
The Federation of the Syrian Chambers of Commerce

National Competitiveness Observatory

Delegation of the European Commission to Syria

The European Training Foundation

SKILLS
Superior Knowledge by Intensive Labour Learning Schemes


   Syrian Enterprise and Business Centre

The Syrian Enterprise and Business Centre (SEBC) is a Syrian non-profit making institution established in 2006 as an NGO according to Syrian laws, benefiting from a legacy of 10 year cooperation between the EU and Syria in developing business sector in Syria (namely the Syrian-European Business Centre 1996-2006).


Evolving as a smooth transition from the “Five-A” extremely successful EU funded programme, SEBC has become the leading  implementation agency for development projects, ensuring an integrated socio-economic development process with a focus on developing the private sector. In other words, SEBC is the catalyst institution for business sector development and growth in Syria.

Leading by example and serving as a role model, SEBC, The European styled, Syrian operated and managed business institution, adopts innovative styles, bottom up approach and demand driven techniques to achieve its set objectives;

these are:

  • Increase the Syrian economic enterprises (Private and Public) competitiveness in local and international markets
  • Assist Syrian private sector enterprises to access international markets
  • Enhance the business community through increasing the number of enterprises with high growth potential and evolving capability in addition to providing them with required support
  • Promote the positive development of the Syrian organizational and financial frame work to uphold development of private sector enterprises
  • Facilitate the establishment of an efficient network of business support institutions
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   Enterprise Europe Network - Syria

Syria has joined recently the Enterprise Europe Network who offers a “one-stop shop” to meet all the information needs of SMEs and entrepreneurs in Europe and partner countries.

The network services are specifically designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but are also available to all businesses, research centres and Universities across Europe and partner countries. It offers support and advice to businesses across Europe and helps them make the most of the opportunities in the European Union.



 

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