Financial support to the enterprise and micro-enterprises to combat territorial gap

The Recovery Plan has envisaged different investments in the field of employment, the common aim of sustainable growth and transformation towards a social model that can cope successfully with other possible crises or challenges in the future.

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The Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan - Funded by the European Union - NextGenerationEU is the result of coordinated european response to member states to address the economic and social consequences of the pandemic.

Projects to promote the collective use

One of these investments is the ‘ New Projects of territorial balance and equity ” which focuses on strengthening the productive system through support for the undertaking, the collective use and also micro-enterprises.

The policy of economic, social and territorial cohesion of the european union wants to continue to fight the differences between the levels of development of the regions and reduce inequality for what is key to generate employment in the local level.
Investing in new territorial projects is to address the demographic challenge allowing set population in rural areas and ensure their economic and social advancement.

A green economy and digital

The pandemic has accelerated the digital processing of our societies and has highlighted the importance of digital technologies to future economic growth in Europe.
With the support of european funds devoted to the enterprise and microenterprise programme, it is made possible the transformation towards sustainable production and respectful of the environment along with training.

Actions and territory

Territorial projects to finance such measures as:

Actions and autonomous social enterprise

Establishment of cooperatives or micro-enterprises

Creation of networks, participation in seminars and dissemination activities

Ecological transition initiatives, local development, rural tourism and heritage histórico-artístico

In the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla, the Public Service of State Employment (SEPE) manages grants to initiatives involving the maintenance of employment to women who work in microenterprises or self-employed persons, while changes made in its way of producing.
Following on from the experience of the autonomous communities of Extremadura, Valencia and Basque Country in 2002, the autonomous community of Andalusia developed since the beginning of 2023 a pilot project aimed at promoting an entrepreneurial culture in which provides for close to 400 entrepreneurial initiatives.


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