US mentors handhold LEA clients

Kelley Business School and LEA officials at yesterday's meeting held in Gaborone. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Kelley Business School and LEA officials at yesterday's meeting held in Gaborone. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Four Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) clients will this week begin a mentorship and business advisory programme led by about 20 delegates from the Kelley Business School of the Indiana University, USA.

The programme has since its inception in 2013 benefited 19 LEA assisted Small Macro Medium Enterprises (SMMEs).

This year’s beneficiaries include Kgositau engineering, Forensic and Allied services, Kinder World pre-school and Key eye solutions.

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