The City Council of La Orotava has granted the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (CEOE-Tenerife) a space where entrepreneurs from the North can be served. This point, which was visited yesterday by municipal officials, It will be available at an office located in the Casa de la Juventud, on León Street, and will be open on Fridays, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m..
The mayor, Francisco Linares, stressed the importance of having training to enter the world of work, especially after various crises experienced, “so it is one of the areas to which we give the highest priority.” In addition, he added, “we are at a time when we must join forces, the civil party, companies and public administrations, to obtain better and productive results.” Thus, during the first visit, Linares yesterday invited citizens to take advantage of this resource with various tools of interest to entrepreneurs.
The councilor was accompanied by the general director, Eduardo Bazares, who appreciated the opening of this new office, “which will be very good for the residents of the northern slope, since it will surely help many entrepreneurs who need support and coverage. offered by CEOE ”. For her part, the Councilor for Training and Employment, Deisy Ramos, reported that it is a free and comprehensive advice service open to the general public, which will range from the development of the idea and vision of the business to the different plans necessary to create companies. Interested persons can now request an appointment by calling (922) 324444 (ext. 2502/2503/2504), by email at [email protected] or by going to the office itself.
At this point, advice on entrepreneurship, self-employment and access to microcredits will be offered, and actions will be developed to develop the business idea and vision, self-employment, legal forms, models and business opportunities. In addition, it will offer advice on incentives and measures to promote recruitment and training actions will be carried out for the creation of companies, among other things.