Redován 07/16/2019. The City Council of Redován, through the Department of Employment, has launched annual grants aimed at the promotion of self-employment, for those entrepreneurs who have started their activity between August 31, 2018 and July 31, 2019 .
As explained today by the mayor of Employment, Maite Martínez, the aid was launched in 2014 and a total of 6,500 euros have been distributed. Aids that are the result of “our commitment and work to support companies and those who start a new business in the municipality,” said Martinez, adding that “our goal is to improve the quality of life of our neighbors and neighbors and, therefore, employment is one of our priorities. ”
This grant is intended to help entrepreneurs to meet the expenses for equipment such as acquisition or lease of real estate where the activity will be carried out, adaptation and reform of the immobile, furniture, signs, office equipment, machinery, etc.
Those interested and interested must have kept the activity for at least three months in Redován, and have not requested any other subsidy for the same concept. They must also be up to date with their tax obligations, the municipal activity licenses must not have been registered in the same activity in the previous six months.
On the other hand, the amount to be allocated is 300 euros for entrepreneurs, 400 euros for women entrepreneurs and 500 euros for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs with disabilities. The term of the application will be until November 30, 2019, inclusive.
Those interested in this call for assistance can obtain more information at the City Council or through the electronic office: https://redovan.sedelectronica.es, where the application that must be filled in is also displayed, as well as the documentation that must be submitted.
Martinez recalled that “we will continue to support the business fabric of the municipality and those people who decide to take a step forward and open a business in the town.” Also the mayor has said that with these grants we give support and encourage new business development. In this sense the council has said that “we have an industrial estate that is growing, with the incorporation of new companies, and this is another reason to continue in the line of job creation.”