Small Scale Business owners in Kenyasi and Goaso have today experienced their share of the National KAISEN Project instituted by the government which was started as pilot in the Ashanti region.
In attendance were the Brong Ahafo Regional Manager of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC), the Asutifi-North District Head of BAC, the District Co-ordinator, Departmental Heads, business owners and the media.
The District Head of BAC-Asutifi North, Akwasi Akyeampong, stated that the purpose of the One day workshop was to assist small scale businesses to operate in a more efficient and effective manner.He went on to explain that the Kaisen Project is from Japan and it is in the country to improve the stream of work of private businesses. [Note: the Japanese word, Kaisen, means “change for better”]
The Brong Ahafo regional BAC Manager, Anthony Akoribiri, shared his assessment of the programme by saying that he was impressed with the submission made by the experts and the questions from participants. He said all those with their own businesses must be involved with the National Kaisen Project currently taking place in the region.
The District Co-ordinator, Padmore, also advised all to follow the Kaisen project because it would go a long way to help improve the line job of those with small scale businesses.
A beneficiary of Kaisen project who manages Adom Royal Ice Company in Acherensua,Cynthia Benewaah said the programme had gone a long way to help her company.She shared that her firm was running at loss prior to her engagement with the project however thereafter profits are recorded on a daily basis. She thus recommended to all to be engaged in the Kaisen Project.