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Guarantee SGR and a meeting for # 19N, the International Day of Women Entrepreneurs

The event will generate a unique possibility for both entrepreneurs and investors (Shutterstock)The event will address the challenges and opportunities of the financial system to promote development and productivity with a gender perspective

On the occasion of the International Day of Women Entrepreneurs that is celebrated on November 19, Garantizar SGR, the largest Reciprocal Guarantee Society in the country, organizes the virtual meeting “Keys to strengthen projects, SMEs and leadership”, which will address the challenges and opportunities of the financial system to promote development and productivity with a gender perspective.

The event, open and free, will take place on Thursday, November 19 at 3:00 p.m., via Zoom, and will have the participation of the vice president of the National Securities Commission, Monica Erpen; Leticia Cortese, Undersecretary of Financing and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Productive Development; Graciela Navarro, Manager of Gender, Diversity and Human Rights at Banco Nación; Juan Valassina, Manager of Development and New Businesses of Garantizar; Y Liliana Villajuan, Participating Partner of Garantizar and founder of Servicios de Catering SRL. It will be moderated by the journalist Gabriela granata.

The meeting, which is part of the Guarantee Inclusion program presented in September by the SGR, aims to make visible tools and opportunities of the financial system to promote and direct entrepreneurship of businesswomen and independent professionals

“Garantizar proposes a space that seeks to exchange and promote experiences of economic development and promote collectivity among women when doing business. The meeting, which is part of the Guarantee Inclusion program presented in September by the SGR, aims to make visible tools and opportunities of the financial system to promote and direct entrepreneurship of businesswomen and independent professionals with the collaboration of the Ministry of Productive Development, the National Commission de Valores and Banco Nación ”, the company detailed in a statement.

The purpose of guaranteeing SGR is to facilitate access to financing for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and has a 70% market share measured in SMEs with current guarantees and with 21% in CPD Product guaranteed. With more than 20 years of experience, it has a risk fund of $ 11,500 million. The company highlighted that it is the only one of its kind present throughout the country with 32 branches.