Seremi di Economia “We want to strengthen the work with business centers and support MSMEs more strongly”

Seremi di Economia “We want to strengthen the work with business centers and support MSMEs more strongly”

The statement was released after a meeting held with the Humberto Marín Labor and Social Security Seremi at the Sercotec Business Center in Coyhaique.
Coyhaique.- As part of the agenda of the meeting and the tour of the services that make up the Ministry of Economy, the Seremi del Rosa Machacán portfolio explained that “one of the tasks that President Boric has asked us to implement is to support the productive sectors that have been left behind and that have been left behind in the economic recovery after a large and unprecedented pandemic, especially entrepreneurship and SMEs “.
For this, he added, “we are launching a strong intersectoral work that translates into uniting management under a clear and collective objective and with citizens, with trade unions, with the various actors who contribute to the local productive economy to strengthen the ‘economic activity. and provide various tools, expanding the coverage of the productive development programs that the State has today, but above all that we support those who have not been able to recover from the great economic crisis that the vast pandemic has left us.
The Seremi Machacán concluded by indicating that “On a first visit to the Sercotec Business Center in Coyhaique, we wanted to be present with the Humberto Marín Seremi of work and social security and together with the authorities and officials of Sercotec, to define and outline the strategies, financial and above all management to go to the aid of the micro, small and medium-sized enterprises that are partners of this center and learn about what they have achieved so far thanks to Sercotec, which has become a very powerful help service especially in the pandemic “.
For his part, the Labor and Social Security Seremi, Humberto Marín Leiva, referred to the importance of the public-private partnership to address the challenges of the government: “Today we met the Business Center of Puerto Aysén and Coyhaique, where we explained to us what their job is and it seems extremely important to us because it has to do with the very challenges we have as a government in the context of economic recovery and job creation. It is an instance where training is provided, technical assistance and advice to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and also to entrepreneurs, so we will work by strengthening the connection of networks with the public and private sector, ”he said.
Finally, Ivonne Pereira, Deputy Director of Sercotec indicated that “With this visit to our Coyhaique Business Center, the Ministers of Labor and Economy have asked to see on the ground the work we are doing with a group of professionals who assist, support and train entrepreneurs in our region. Undoubtedly we still have a lot to do, but it is important that the authorities and citizens know the technical but also support work that is carried out through these Centers located in Coyhaique, Puerto Aysén and with satellites that extend to other towns such as Cochrane and La Junta, which is why we are very happy

that both Ministries (Economy and Labor) represented by the two Seremi begin this work with us to strengthen the great challenge that awaits us in favor of trade and the many businesses that currently exist in the region “.
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The Sercotec Business Centers are a place where small businesses and entrepreneurs receive individual technical advice at no cost to the client, through expert tutors, to strengthen their skills and develop their entrepreneurial activity. It is a Center with a human team that, together with a network of collaborating partners, is engaged in the professionalization of entrepreneurs of different activities,
Among the advice provided by these centers are training on business creation, business development, for those clients who need to improve the commercial initiatives they have developed and / or need to improve their entrepreneurial skills, among others procedures.
The Coyhaique Business Center is located at Calle Condell 23 and in Puerto Aysén at Avenida Eleuterio Ramírez 1423.