The Adeje council’s department of local economic development and employment, with councillor Manuel Luis Méndez Martín at the helm, is developing a new local initiative, ImPyme Adeje, which will work to increase local business visibility online. The project is part of the AdejeImpulsa branch and directed specifically at small and medium businesses in the borough. Letters, in Spanish and English, are currently being sent to local businesses outlining in more detail the advantages of the project.
Councillor Méndez explains that “helping the local commercial sector and offering them the essential tools to enter or improve their presence in the digital world as well as assisting those who need it in manipulating new technologies to their advantage are just some of the objectives of this project. Overall our aim is that Adeje’s small and medium businesses can be a vanguard in the Canarian, Spanish and European commercial sectors”.
ImPyme Adeje is already underway in Zone 1 (the town centre, La Postura, Los Olivos, El Galeón and Las Torres) and will begin to operate in the tourist zones of Costa Adeje and Zones 2, 3 and 4 both tourist and residential The Crea Solutions company, contracted by the council to work on the project, have a team of 6 people (taken from the job seekers list) who will be visiting local businesses asking them to fill in questionnaires, and helping them with geo location of their company.
This is, in effect, a free service for local businesses and will be taking place over the next 5 months. It will assist you place your company on Google Maps and create your own page in Google My Business. The team will also work to solve any current issues you may have online to help increase your digital presence.
With the help of the team you can, for free, geo-locate your company and they can also help you create a virtual presence online. You will be invited to participate in the ImPyme Adeje project, fill in a questionnaire and include your business data in what is to be a growing local business network,
“Collecting this data is essential if we are to create a detailed and relevant business map, which will indicate the volume of enterprises we have in Adeje which in turn allows the council to offer a more personalised service to businesses, a service which more exactly meets their needs, with staff training, help and commercial assessments”, said councillor Méndez.
Tijoco Alto, La Concepción, Taucho, La Quinta, Las Moraditas, Tijoco Bajo, La Hoya, Las Cancelas, Armeñime, Los Menores, Las Rosas, Fañabé, Miraverde, El Madroñal, Playas de Fañabé Alto, Sector 4, Ifonche and intersecting areas.
From the beginning of Barranco de Troya to Barranco de Erques, limited by the lower part of the TF1 including Mar azul, Callao Salvaje, Playa Paraíso, El Puertito, parts of La Caleta, parts of the Barranco del Inglés, La Caleta, La Enramada, La Herradura, Urb. El Beril, Mirador del Duque, Jardines del Duque, Playas del Duque, Fañabé Bajo, Torviscas Bajo, San Eugenio Bajo, Playa de Las Américas, Sector 0 in intersecting areas.
From the upper part of the TF1 with the Barranco de Troya to the edge of Miraverde, including Sector 1, San Eugenio Alto, Torviscas Alto, Roque del Conde y intersecting areas.
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