The Municipalities of Kallithea, Paleo Faliro and Alimos create an Entrepreneurship Support Center


An important contract was signed today for the Municipalities Kallithea, Paleo Faliro and Alimos. It is about creating one Entrepreneurship Support Center (KSE), which is part of the broader strategy of the Association of Municipalities of South Attica (SYDNA), to support the businesses of the three cities and with the aim of improving their operation, their development and strengthening their competitiveness.

The operation of KSE is scheduled to start within the next quarter and will essentially support local entrepreneurship by providing free “tools”, such as:

– Consulting.

– Support for access to financial instruments (Recovery Fund, Development Law, NSRF, Development programs, etc.).

– Business and investment planning,

– Support in providing information.

– Promoting business extroversion.

Implementation of business discovery actions.

Implementation of business and environmental mentoring actions.

– Monitoring of entrepreneurship in the three Municipalities and their support in matters of strategy for entrepreneurship.

“The Entrepreneurship Support Center is the first major project of the program ‘Integrated Spatial Investments for Sustainable Urban Development’, which with a total budget of 35.5 million euros will change the lives of the residents of the three municipalities,” said the mayor of Kallithea and President of SYDNA Dimitris Karnavos and added: “With this action the local economy and local entrepreneurship acquires a very important support.”

For his part, the mayor of Alimos, Andreas Kondylis, said: “A large and organized effort is beginning to actively support small and medium-sized enterprises in South Athens, but also those who want to start doing business. All support and services to citizens and businesses will be completely free. “This is a great opportunity for entrepreneurship in the region.”

Finally, the mayor of Paleo Faliro, Giannis Fostiropoulos, stressed: practices, at a time when the private sector of the economy is in dire need of it. “In collaboration with organizations, chambers and universities, cultivating the business culture and substantially supporting the national effort, now that the great challenge of restarting the economy is before us.”


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