I’ve ended up in the microfinance sector after various professional experiences: I initially became a trainer at IFAPME, then launched a small coffee peddler business, and coached prospect business owners as an independent trainer.
My professional career has been driven by two main factors: first, the professional and economic inclusion of so-called financially “weakened” individuals. I’ve worked in that sector for ten years. Second, the entrepreneurial dynamic, which I experienced first hand as salesperson in the business communication sector.
These two elements are at the very heart of the microStart project, and that’s the commonality we find in the microentrepreneurs that come to our office in Liège.