On June 28 and 29, the training course "Business opportunities for immigrant entrepreneurs in Madrid" organized by the Madrid City Council through the General Directorate of Commerce and Entrepreneurship was given at the Puente de Vallecas business incubator. (c/ Stagecoach, 9).
With an attendance of more than 75 attendees, this course divided into two days, had the participation of several speakers, including Marien Ramos Poché, Fernando Mesa Parra, José María González-Blanch and the General Director of Commerce and Entrepreneurship, Concepción Díaz de Villegas, who thanked the attendees for undertaking in the city of Madrid without limiting their origin.
Very different topics were addressed in these two training sessions, such as the different necessary authorizations and permits, the tax and accounting obligations of the different business ideas, the necessary municipal authorizations and licenses for the development of the activity to be undertaken in our city, or others, such as financing to advance projects, how to draw up a business or business plan, or the most important contents of the Entrepreneurs Law, to be able to undertake and implement various business ideas.
Puente de Vallecas business incubator
The General Director of Commerce and Entrepreneurship of the Madrid City Council, Concepción Díaz de Villegas, made the different municipal services and resources available to the attendees so that any entrepreneur with an idea can realize their dream of being able to create their company, see it grow and consolidate it. .
Among the resources that the General Director offered to the attendees was the Puente de Vallecas business incubator, the place where the course was given, one of the six that make up the Network of Business Incubators of the Madrid City Council.
This business incubator took its first steps in 2009, and has hosted almost 100 different companies since its inception, which have billed 29.5 million euros. More than 250 companies have registered online in this center.