The appointment, which will combine face-to-face and virtual assistance, will take place on March 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
The challenges that small and medium-sized companies face when accessing the Next Generation EU Recovery Funds will be the focus of the next business breakfast organized by the Campo de Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce with the collaboration of CaixaBank and Deloitte. The appointment, which will combine face-to-face and virtual assistance, will take place on March 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
This stimulus package is a temporary instrument conceived by the European Union to promote the economic and social recovery of the Member States after the impact caused by the pandemic, with Spain being one of the countries that receives the most funds.
In the session, open to all companies seeking more information about this incentive program prior registration through the Chamber’s website, the current situation of these funds, the status of the calls and PERTES, the ways and procedures to access them, as well as practical recommendations for companies awaiting the arrival of these recovery funds. In addition, the platform-search engine for public aid that CaixaBank has made available to companies to help them in this process will be shown.
To expose these contents, the session will feature interventions by members of Deloitte’s NGEU fund specialist team, José Antonio Farfán Manzanares, Sergio Peña Miñano and Orestis Vílchez. The institutional presentation will include the participation of the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Campo de Gibraltar, Carlos Fenoy, and the commercial director of Companies of Eastern Andalusia of CaixaBank, Ángel García Lechuga.
Attendance is free and free for those interested, prior registration through the Chamber of Commerce website, at the link: https://www.camaracampodegibraltar.com/event/desayuno-empresarial-retos-oportunidades-funds-ngeu/
The Business Breakfasts are an initiative of the Chamber of Commerce and CaixaBank focused on the organization of a series of conferences aimed at addressing various current issues of interest to the fabric.