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 these, non-refundable grants that come from the Paterna Economic Reactivation Plan (PREP), the City Council wants to promote the economic activities of the city by helping them to face investments and expenses associated with technologies that will help them, among other things, to incorporate management software that controls the invoices, have data system that helps them to better know their target audience, improving the experiences of customers and users or increase marketing channels through online sales.
This Check, which can be requested until October 30 through www.paterna.es, ia avaible for the more than 700 establishments in Paterna, and can be subsidized up to 75% of the total amount, excluding VAT, of the investment or expenses project presented, always with a limit of 1,500 euros per beneficiary.
The expenses and investments that, undoubtedly, are oriented to the digital transformation of the beneficiary activities will be considered eligible. Actions such as diagnosis, auditing and digital consulting services will be encouraged for the transformation of the activity, training costs in digital skills for employees, development of web pages, creation of online stores, digital marketing actions or web positioning.
This line of aid adds to others promoted by the City Council to stimulate the local economy during the COVID19 crisis, such as the Equipment Check, the Entrepreneur Check, the Employment Check, the Safe Hospitality Seal or the Secure Establishment Seal.