Plan de empresa extremadura empresarial
Extremadura Avante collaborates with Amazon and IE University to develop this free online training program for entrepreneurs and SMEs that want to start or boost their online sales in different channels.
Extremadura Avante offers a wide, competitive and innovative range of industrial infrastructures for the location of business projects. We promote, manage and market Logistics and Industrial Areas, Business Parks and Industrial Estates throughout Extremadura.
A project aimed at promoting the modernization of the productive fabric through the promotion of innovative projects and the consolidation of technology-based companies in the region in the field of life sciences and health, within the strategic framework of commitment to the location and specialization of Ciudad de la Salud de Extremadura.
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Today we have traveled to Valencia del Ventoso, where the Sociocultural Center «Los Rosales» has welcomed us to develop a new Dissemination Day of the Self-Employment Plan of Extremadura 2020/2023, with the Collaborative Rural Program Valencia EcoActiva.
Mabel emphasizes the importance of working on the business plan, a requirement to be able to apply for the self-employment subsidy, as well as being a very useful tool. We can count on the help of the ADLs, the PAE and self-employment organizations such as OPAEx.
With traditional funding sources and new forms of financing, such as business angels or crowdfunding, a conversation about entrepreneurial ideas for the people themselves begins.
Before starting a project on our own, we must have sufficient training and knowledge about this activity. He tells us that he knows it well because one of his initiatives was precisely in a field he did not know and it did not take long to fail.
In this context, the figure of the entrepreneur -associated mainly with young people who achieve success quickly- has gained unprecedented economic, political and social relevance. But this should not make you forget that there are some aspects that are still important: the business idea, the taxes that you will have to pay if you start your own business or the financing, which although it is not enough to achieve it to succeed, it is necessary.
The good news in this regard is that there are numerous economic supports for entrepreneurs: grants, soft credits, subsidies, etc. Whether you can benefit from them will depend largely on your personal conditions (age, sex or socioeconomic situation), your place of residence (aid varies from one autonomous community or municipality to another), the purpose of the business (technology and innovation are seen with better eyes) or the activity (trade, export, etc.).
There are both national and European economic aids that can help you to start your business. In the case of national subsidies, these are the most recurrent sources to make your business project a reality.
doe official journal of extremadura
region is increasingly dependent on the skills of its current and future workforce, as well as on the extent to which vocational education, training and retraining, and retraining, contribute to the ongoing completion and enhancement of skills
dependent on the skills of its current and future workforce, as well as on the extent to which vocational education and training, and retraining, contribute to the ongoing completion and enhancement of skills
The results of the 2002 priorities 1 (developing active labor market policies to prevent and combat long-term unemployment) and 5 (promoting gender equality in the labor market), which at the end of 2002 had committed respectively 87% and 95% of the indicative envelope, are doing better than those of priorities 1 (developing active labor market policies to prevent and combat long-term unemployment) and 5 (promoting gender equality in the labor market), which at the end of 2002 had committed respectively 73% and 51% of the indicative envelope.
respectively 87% and 95% of the indicative allocation at the end of 2002 committed, are performing better than Priority 1 (developing active labour market policies to prevent and combat long-term unemployment) with 73% and Priority 5 (promoting gender equality in the labour market) with 51% of the indicative allocation at the end of 2002 committed.