- April 02 2019
MORE OF 8 MDP IN FINANCING AND PRIZES FOR MICROEMPENDERS
Tamaulipas Investment is betting on the strengthening of small businesses
April 02 2019 of
Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.-Ninety winning projects of the entire state of the 2019 Microemprendedor Prize, received in Ciudad Victoria more than 600 one thousand pesos, to recognize their outstanding progress in the financing scheme of the Government of Tamaulipas; In addition, a delivery of resources of more than 8 million pesos was made in financing to 684 participants of the Microcredit and Creditam programs.
The winning projects of the Microemprendedor Prize originate in the cities of Abasolo, Antiguo Morelos, Aldama, Altamira, Ciudad Victoria, El Mante, Gómez Farías, González, Jaumave, Jiménez, Llera, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Padilla, Rio Bravo, Reynosa, San Fernando, Soto la Marina, Tampico, Tula, Valle Hermoso and Xicoténcatl.
The Microemprendedor Prize was held in the cities of Reynosa, Matamoros, Ciudad Victoria, El Mante and Tampico, where vouchers were awarded for a total of 122 thousand pesos in prizes to 18 winners per city, to add a total of 90 people with more of 600 thousand pesos in prizes throughout the state.
The Secretary of Economic Development, Carlos García González, indicated that "with these programs Tamaulipas recognize and encourage the effort and daily work of the microentrepreneurs that contributes significantly to the economic development of the regions of the state, giving employment and better living conditions to hundreds of Tamaulipas families ».
Credits for new micro-entrepreneurs
Within the framework of the Micro-Entrepreneur Award, the Government of the State, through Inversión Tamaulipas and the Ministry of Economic Development, delivered a total of 8 million 168 thousand pesos in credits from the Creditam and Microcredit programs, which benefited 774 owners and small business owners.
On behalf of the Microcredits program, 6 million 893 thousand pesos in loans to 673 were given to people who seek to start or grow their business through a solidarity group financing scheme.
Resources in the order of 1 million 275 thousand pesos were delivered to 11 beneficiaries of the Creditam program, who will invest in raw materials and furniture to strengthen their business in the market.
The event was chaired by Carlos García González, Secretary of Economic Development; Jesús Villarreal Cantú, undersecretary for Small and Medium Enterprises; Aydeé González García, Director General of Investment Tamaulipas, also participated municipal authorities and special guests.