The Chamber of Commerce of Orihuela already has a Strategic Work Framework (MET) with which to launch a series of projects aimed at creating its own offer to offer the municipality based on one of its main objectives: the articulation of the Oriolan territory through its population centers. Framed in the work aimed to implement the five lines of action that make up the MET, the deputy secretary of Chamber Orihuela, Julio Navarro, has held several meetings this week with representatives of the Provincial Council of Alicante and also with the director of Caja Rural Central, José Víctor Guillén, “not with the intention of going to ask for money, but to seek funding for projects that we have already put on the table and, above all, synergies between the Chamber and the institutions.”
Navarro has explained at the Provincial Palace to the deputies of Local Development and Productive Sectors, Sebastián Cañada; of Women and Equality, Mercedes Alonso; of Economy, Carlos Castillo and of Culture and Education, César Augusto Asencio, the masterful lines of the strategy that the Chamber wants to set in motion. “We have talked about including some projects in the 2018 budget and trying to launch others from now on.” We must remember that the Provincial Council committed a few months ago both with the Chamber of Commerce of Orihuela and Alcoy to give them for the first time a grant of 6,000 euros that seeks to increase with the support of the actions to start.
The deputy secretary of the Oriolan institution recalls that the Chamber of Commerce has two lines of action, one that is launched through the projects of Spain Chamber and the Feder Fund of Europe and which is already in operation, and the second, the one that develops on its own initiative and that encompasses the five lines of work that are to be implemented. The Strategic Work Framework groups five programs:
ECCO (Education and Culture Chamber Orihuela).
ESUV (Urban Spaces with Value).
Open House to make available to those who need the existing spaces in the House Business Incubator, a line that is already underway.
In the Chamber: An initiative that seeks to strengthen the central facilities of the institution in Avenida de La Vega and with which it seeks to convert that headquarters into a living space where any activity focused on entrepreneurship such as the presentation of books or conferences can be done.
Colleganza Club: a club of members that has been denominated with the word ‘colleganza’ “that comes from the time of Marco Polo, and that was the term that was used when a union of merchants was made for a common good,” says Julio Navarrese. An initiative with which members who pay an annual fee will have a number of benefits such as discounts on the rental of classrooms or advantages in courses and workshops that are launched, among other things.
“Those are the five lines, and from there will arise more projects that will be included in them”; says the head of the Chamber of Commerce of Orihuela, who stresses the fact that the institution will not go to ask for money from any agency “without having behind a project to develop with those funds.” Among the initiatives that are to be launched in the coming months, the aim is to give prominence to the entire municipal area, with special emphasis on the districts “because the Chamber’s commitment is to articulate the territory of the municipality through them”, concludes Julio Navarro.
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