Deloitte Albania supports the ProSME and IDEA programs with pro
bono consulting in the areas of tax, legal and financial advice.
ProSME is a development cooperation project of the German
government, implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für
Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). It supports the Albanian
Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism, Trade and
Entrepreneurship (MEDTTE) and other relevant institutions, namely
the Albanian Investment Development Agency (AIDA). The ProSME
program focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship development. For
two subsequent years Deloitte Albania was engaged in supporting
biggest start-up programs in the country, aiming to empower best
business ideas and the most innovative initiatives.
"We are aware of the multiple challenges that new
businesses in Albania face. And we are very happy to collaborate
with GIZ, to support best business ideas and give businesses the
opportunity to grow. It is crucial that the best ideas have the
initial know how and we are willing to share our expertise and
experience for these ideas to prosper. In a larger perspective in
helping small businesses grow and prosper we help to support
economic development in general" Mr. Maksim Caslli, Country
Leader of Deloitte, Albania and Kosovo.
Deloitte Albania is the largest consulting company in the
country, founded in 1996. Deloitte Albania is part of the
prestigious global network of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and
offers a wide range of services to local and foreign businesses in
the areas of audit, financial advisory services, tax and legal
services, management consulting and IT consulting.
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