Bizline Incubation Hub has successfully organised a 2-day cosmetic training for 26 women through Project 25, an initiative of Bizline Centre aimed at empowering young individuals to establish successful businesses and foster entrepreneurship within the vibrant Savannah Region.
Beauty expert and CEO of Perroni Beauty, Madam Gracelyne Beauty Asante, guided the women through the practical processes of manufacturing black soap shower gel, body lotion, natural oils, shampoo, hair cream, and other cosmetic products.
With the skills and knowledge acquired, the women will be mentored into starting their own small cosmetic businesses. This will not only provide them with financial independence but also create jobs, stimulate economic growth, and foster innovation within their communities.
Speaking to the Managing Director of Bizline Consult, Jean-Marie Akiwele Wellrich, she stated that the goal is to nurture talented entrepreneurs who can generate opportunities for themselves and for others.
“We aim to equip them with the necessary skills and resources to efficiently produce, process, package, and promote products utilizing local raw materials.” She stated.
In today’s rapidly changing world, empowering women through skill training has emerged as a critical pathway towards gender equality and economic empowerment. The significance of equipping women with the necessary skills and knowledge cannot be overstated, as it not only enhances their personal development but also contributes to the progress of societies and the country at large.
Skill training for women is a powerful tool for achieving gender equality and promoting economic development. It benefits not only women themselves but also society.