Financial Literacy Training for SME’s Activities: Online Media Optimization
The background of the service program is the lack of access of SME’s entrepreneurs in the Cibadak sub-district to financial institutions, which can be caused by the low level of financial literacy of micro-food entrepreneurs typical of the city of Rangkasbitung, Banten. This community service method is a workshop on financial literacy by partner groups in marketing their products. As a result, micro-food businesses typical of the city of Rangkasbitung, Banten, are given knowledge and insight into what financial literacy is through financial inclusion and how to obtain business capital so that the business they run can grow and develop. In order to make access to financial institutions easier, participants are also provided with ways to obtain business capital from third parties. During the training, every time the material is finished, the participants are given assistance in preparing financial management and how to conduct online transactions.
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