The call, financed by the Provincial Council, is endowed with more than 647,000 euros and provides for maximum aid of up to 3,000 euros
Tomorrow, Wednesday, begins the deadline for new municipal aid for SMEs, small business and self-employed workers is opened
Tomorrow, Wednesday, the 29th, begins the deadline to request new municipal aid to SMEs, micro-SMEs, self-employed workers, and professionals to minimize the economic impact caused by the current energy crisis and increased costs caused by the war in Ukraine. This was reported today by the Councillor for Employment and Local Promotion, Mónica Gómez, who detailed that "this call is endowed with 647,278 euros, financed 100% by the Provincial Council of Alicante, and provides for a maximum aid per applicant of up to 3,000 euros”.
Gómez has indicated that "this is an 'extra' economic injection for the productive fabric and entrepreneurs of Benidorm at a time of great uncertainty, not without difficulties and in which prices are clearly and constantly escalating."
According to the rules of the call, published today in the Official Gazette of the Province, with this aid the expenses paid between July 1, 2022, and June 30 of this year for the rental of the premises or office may be subsidized. , the interest on loans for the acquisition of the business premises, half of the amount paid for electricity, gas, and fuel, as well as the self-employed fee.
As the councilor has explained, applications must be processed on the municipal website –https://sede.benidorm.org- before 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, December 5.
The Councilor for Employment and Local Promotion, Mónica Gómez, has stressed that “the support and attention to companies and self-employed workers has been a constant of this government team and will continue to be so” while thanking the Provincial Council that “its sensitivity to the productive fabric of the province and the circumstances it is going through.”
At this point, she recalled that "public administrations must promote an environment in which companies and self-employed workers can continue to generate employment, providing the necessary aid to facilitate their activity and for it to translate into jobs." “Employment – she stressed – is the best social policy and that is why we must collaborate in its creation and maintenance.”