The Councillor for Industry, Economic Development and Employment Promotion, José Antonio Valverde Queen, has reported that the implementation through the Chamber of Commerce of the Program of Support for companies in Murcia to attend international tenders, for second consecutive year, with the collaboration of the Council of Chambers of Commerce.
To do this, as reported by the mayor, the companies will have a period of specific training and practical recommendations aimed at preparing international bid on, starting with a training day for a full day, to be held in Madrid, for familiar with the program and receive guidance in the face to the submission of tenders.
In this way, and after this formative period, the company will have technical expertise, developers ILI, specialists in international tenders to collaborate directly with the beneficiaries, by 80 hours of personal dedication and real work at the headquarters of such a over 8 months.
In addition to the technical and personal support received, the ILI program offers companies financial support of the Chambers and the ERDF.
The ILI program arises from an analysis of the situation of Spanish businesses in relation to the market multilateral international bidding and the low rate of return that is the Spanish economy over the funds provided by our country's institutions and multilateral agencies the framework of international financial cooperation.
Also, as noted by Valverde queen, these multilateral organizations buy goods and services and set up projects that create business opportunities internationally for business, amounting to 60,000 million dollars a year and despite the preconceived idea that only Large companies can benefit in many cases these projects also represent business opportunities for SMEs.