Lectures, business tips and news at Sebrae-ES Entrepreneur Fair

Lectures, business tips and news at Sebrae-ES Entrepreneur Fair

Lectures with renowned entrepreneurs, tips for those who want to open their own business or take advantage of an existing one, mark the Entrepreneur Fair to be held at the Carapina Pavilion, Cera until 17th July, in addition to many news stories.

This is done by the Support Service for Micro and Small Enterprises of Espirito Santo (Cebre-ES). The program features courses, lectures on finance, reasons for opening a business, stories of successful ventures and other attractions.

“This program will offer a wide range of services, opportunities, materials and tips for those who want to start, train or open a new business,” explains Pedro Rigo, superintendent of Cebre-ES.

Pedro Rigo promises some surprises for those visiting the fair, among them, suggestions on the best service for those who want to. The superintendent also talks about the business opportunities in the state, which are increasing every day.

“Espirito Santo is growing twice as much as Brazil. There are many opportunities for those who want to venture and to showcase this Entrepreneur Fair is being organized. It has the face of Espirito Santo and it will help many of those people who want to take advantage of their business”, he says.

The event is free. Those who wish to participate in the fair are required to enter site And subscribe to the services available to each one’s interests.

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Jennifer Dias Monteiro, 37, a graduate in metallurgical technology, decided to quit her job at a multinational to devote herself to caring for her daughter with health problems. After a few years, she had two more children, and felt the need to open a business to add income to the family. “I wanted to do something that made me happy, that I could find myself again and that I felt happy and important”, he explains.

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With that, Jennifer opened a candy business called Jenny’s Donuts. Donuts are a typical American dessert, a type of cookie made from fried sugar dough that can be filled with a variety of toppings.

“After I had my daughter, the desire to be an entrepreneur filled me and I saw the potential of working with donuts. With that, I got qualified, took courses, got some training and started doing it for delivery and it is like that to this day. We also place great importance on product quality and service”, explains Jennifer Dias Monteiro.

Fair is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs to make their business even better. “The fair is very important for those who want to participate. Here I can make contacts, meet suppliers, qualify, showcase products. It’s been sensational, I’ve seen all sizes of this size. Never attended a fair!”, he says.

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