The Santiago del Teide City Council processes the second call for subsidies aimed at supporting small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) and self-employed workers affected by the economic crisis derived from the pandemic. The municipal government allocates 120,000 euros to materialize this measure, which will lead to direct aid to business groups in the municipality.
On the 24th, the deadline for requesting subsidies by direct concession procedure ends after the extract of the resolution of the mayor, Emilio Navarro, was published in the Official Gazette of the Province (BOP).
SMEs and self-employed in the municipality will receive a fixed amount of 500 euros. In addition, the Communities of Property and Civil Societies will receive the proportional part according to the percentage of participation of each of the community members or partners, without exceeding the amount of 500 euros.
They can be requested by self-employed workers, micro-enterprises as well as small and medium-sized enterprises located in Santiago del Teide. The purpose of the aid is to cover operating expenses derived from business activity, such as social insurance, licenses for the use of computer tools and applications linked to business activity, rental of premises, fuel and vehicle maintenance, among others. Everything, as long as they have occurred between January 1 and June 30.