SME men win KKK vouchers

Business, Normal

The National, Friday 31st May 2013

 TWO small entrepreneurs have won K2,000 worth of vouchers from KK Kingston in Port Moresby yesterday.

Charles Awaita and Bernard Karad each won a K1,000-voucher at the PNG Business and Information Expo at the Crowne Plaza yesterday.

KK Kingston marketing manager Christopher Elphick said: “Small-to medium enterprises represent a very important segment of our customer base.

“We need to do all we can to support the growth of Papua New Guinean-owned and run SMEs.”

The expo aimed to provide valuable information and support to SMEs and budding PNG entrepreneurs with information and advice on products and services offered by both government agencies and private companies. 

Similar expo will be hosted in Kokopo, Mt Hagen and Lae next month.