Paterna has hosted the 2020 Employment Fair organized by the Valencia Chamber together with the Valencia Provincial Council, the City Council and the collaboration of the European Social Fund, which aims to promote the employment of unemployed people and promote entrepreneurship.
The City Council of Paterna has approved today in plenary session a modification of the tax law that will allow companies to request a bonus from the Trade Income Tax (IAE) based on a greater or lesser negative performance.
Paterna City Council, has launched the Digital Transformation Check, a new line of aid for self-employed and micro-SMEs to help the implementation of technological solutions and the integration of ICT and thus help them reactivate and maintain their business during this economic crisis derived from the coronavirus pandemic.
With over 4,778 registered self-employed workers, Paterna continues to be one of the citicies in the Valencian Community with the highest self-employment rate.
For this reason, and with the aim of continuing to promote self-employment and the creation of independent business activity in the city, the City Council of Paterna has again convened, for the fifth consecutive year, the Entrepreneur Check 2020.
Paterna City Council, in collaboration with Aigües de Paterna, will carry out a series of actions to improve the water supply network in Táctica Business Park with the aim of offering an optimal water supply to this area that has over 300 companies.
The Mayor of Paterna, Juan Antonio Sagredo explained the different actions to the president and manager of the Association of Táctica Entrepreneurs (ADET), Diana Aparicio and Mª Ángeles Hidalgo during the meeting they held this week.
Paterna City Council, through the public company Gestión y Servicios de Paterna (GESPA), has acquired 14 new electric vehicles that will become part of the municipal fleet, betting on environmentally sustainable energy sources.
This way, starting in September, fuel vehicles will be replaced by new, less polluting electric vehicles, helping to reduce CO2 emissions in the city.
Paterna City Council, in collaboration with Aigües de Paterna, is going to install a new collector in the L'Andana industrial estate to improve the evacuation of rainwater in the area and solve the problems of flooding and waterlogging of the area.
This was announced today by the Mayor of Paterna, Juan Antonio Sagredo after a meeting with the president of the L'Andana Business Association, Carmen Pi, the Deputy Mayor for Security, Mobility and Ecological Transition, Núria Campos, the manager from Aigües de Paterna, Carolina Belda and the Coordinator of the Industry, Business and University Area, José Mª Martínez to explain the project, which involves an investment of 247,915 euros.
The City Council of Paterna, in collaboration with Aigües de Paterna, has extended to its five business areas the analyzes it is carrying out on the municipal wastewater using the tool City Sentinel that helps detecting and monitoring the presence of coronavirus in the population .
This was announced today by the Mayor of Paterna, Juan Antonio Sagredo, who explained that “with the analysis of the wastewater from our industrial estates, in which we have about 35,000 workers, we monitor and control any trace of COVID-19 in Paterna, controlling the evolution of the virus in the city”.
The City Council of Paterna, through the association Paterna City of Business, has launched the English version of its website www.paternaciudaddeempresas.es c to give foreign companies all the necessary information to settle in the city
As explained by the Mayor of Paterna and president of the association, Juan Antonio Sagredo "more and more companies are choosing Paterna to start their activity and we want to continue promoting the arrival of investment and the installation of new foreign companies, so that we put at their disposal this municipal tool that includes all the necessary information to settle in our city ”.