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DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI
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DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI

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  • 1. DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL- AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE DISTRICT OF TELENESTI Dintre care:  Industrial enterprises 118  Construction companies 35  Trading enterprises: 1,158  Fuel stations: 18  Plant production acquisition enterprises: 9  Animal production acquisition enterprises: 17  Transport companies: 31  Other services: 81  Production cooperatives: 24  Agricultural enterprises: 123 According to data from the State Chamber of Registration, there are 1,614 enterprises with individual and legal entity status and 12,470 peasant farms, performing activities in various fields.
  • 2. LOCAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN SUPPORTING AND DEVELOPING LOCAL BUSINESSES Attraction of domestic and foreign investments by:  Supporting the implementation of strategic investment projects, organizing round tables, trainings;  Providing consultation and training in initiating and developing a business;  Guiding and supporting young entrepreneurs;  Taking into account entrepreneurs’ opinion when approving administrative decisions, related to economic policy;  Promoting domestic entrepreneurs’ products by ensuring their participation in exhibitions and fairs.
  • 3.  Within the BCIS – provision of qualitative services, based on the identified needs and requirements, maximum assistance to beneficiaries;  Travel of the mobile team to the village requested by the mayor and according to the timetable of visits planned in advance. These lead to:  increased access to quality information and services;  less time, money and effort spent to find relevant information and access services;  the first sittings of the BCIS were held in January 2011;  so far, as many as 1,920 beneficiaries were provided with information and services;  Hence, over the BCIS period of activity, citizens’ appeals to the president of the district dropped down by 43%, and petitions submitted to various institutions reduced by 12%, compared with the same period of 2010. Joint Information and Services Bureau, created within the Women Economic Empowerment Programme, by integrating service providers in one location
  • 4. PNAET is a programme addressed to young persons, aged  between 18-30 years, willing to develop their business skills, to  launch or to extend a business in rural areas in the farming or  production fields, by this creating new jobs. Granting credits in the maximum amount of up to MDL 300,000   (refund period – maximum 5 years); 40% of the credit is offered as  grant As many as 21 credits in the amount of MDL 5,460,000 were offered to support the initiation of businesses creating 74 new jobs. National Youth Economic  Empowerment Programme 2011-2013
  • 5. pentru anii 2010-2015 Investing savings in developing  businesses by implementing the  Programme on Attracting Remittances  into the Economy PARE  1+1 Funding viable businesses by providing  grants in the amount of 50% of the  investment, but not more than  MDL 200,000.    Beneficiaries: 10 businesses in the  amount of MDL 2 million and 26 new  jobs.
  • 6. PROGRAMME ON ATTRACTING YOUNG PEOPLE FROM RURALAREAS IN ENTREPRENEURIALACTIVITY IMPLEMENTED BY THE ODIMM WITHIN THE IOM PROJECT COMPONENT “SUPPORTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT COMPONENT OF THE EU+MOLDOVA MOBILITY PARTNERSHI”  Migrants  returned  from  abroad  benefited  from  reintegration  and assistance services. Grant size: EURO 1,000    Beneficiaries: 5 persons in the amount of MDL 70,000  “Developing  entrepreneurial  activities  of  young  people  from  rural  areas.”  Grant  size  offered  as  equipment:  EURO  2,000  Beneficiaries: 8 persons in the amount of MDL 210,000
  • 7. PROJECT “MICRO ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY: JOBS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE” (MEDA J4Y)“FINANCED BY THE ARGIDIUS FOUNDATION AND IMPLEMENTED BY WINROCK MOLDOVA IN 2011-2013 Grant size: - USD 2,500 Main objective – to promote and facilitate the employment of the youth, by developing entrepreneurial activities.  Entrepreneurial training courses on developing business plans and starting up businesses.  15 grants to start up and expand businesses, in the amount of MDL 345,000 .
  • 8. REMITTANCES DEVELOPING MOLDOVAN COMMUNITIES Representation of the Public Association Hilfswerk Austria within the Project “Remittances Developing Moldovan Communities “ Grant size: EURO 15,000 3 businesses benefited from the grant in the amount of MDL 665,000 – the largest part of the funding was used to expand businesses:  LLC “Casa Iepurilor,” village of Ciulucani, Popa Roman - breeding rabbits – acquisition of hutches;  PF “Gaina Petru,” village of Chitcani, Gaina Petru - currant, gooseberry – hail net;  LLC ”Zmuvinadorvic-Metal,” village of Negureni, Zmuncila Victor – wrought iron processing equipment. April 2011 – June 2013
  • 9. Business is a lifestyle, not just a job!  SME – a major component of the economy, requesting less means for starting up, creating new jobs, increasing the country’s GDP, easy to administrate.  Doing a business today rather means to be able to contact people, to gain and maintain customers.
  • 10. One of the important qualities of an entrepreneur is the capacity to make decisions against the opinion of the majority, the art of responding to pressures from relatives, employees, consultants and many other interested persons.
  • 11. THANK YOU! Contacts: Aurelia Climentovschi Economy Department, Telenesti District Council tel. (258) 2-23-55 069529309

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