During a working trip in the state of Coahuila, the President of the National Institute of the Entrepreneur (INADEM), Enrique Jacob Rocha, reported on the benefits provided by "Youth Credit", a program for entrepreneurs who want to create or consolidate their businesses.
He announced that the INADEM has supported ideas from more than 4,700 entrepreneurs from around the country who, thanks to the Online Incubation Program (PIL, by its acronym in Spanish) now have the backing to start their businesses.
Likewise, he stressed that through the Entrepreneur Support Network they will have access to the programs offered by the INADEM, including that of "Youth Credit", as well as the products and services for the public and private partners and mentoring too. He added that by March 19, more than 15,000 records are kept in the Online Incubation Program, which involved youth from 18 to 30 years old.
During the presentation, Enrique Jacob Rocha made a symbolic delivery of some support to Alejandro Rodríguez de la Cruz, an entrepreneur beneficiary of the Online Incubation Program, for his project "SUM, Messaging Express Services".
Subsequently, following up the actions to promote the entrepreneurial ecosystem around the country, the President of INADEM provided supports of the Technological and Administrative Strengthening Program to micro entrepreneurs of the Magical Towns of the State of Coahuila.
This program aims to make available for micro-enterprises of the Magical Towns and for the People with history of the state, the use of Information Technologies (IT), through which 55 micro-enterprises with schemes of technological and administrative impulse will benefit.
To conclude his activities in the state of Coahuila, Jacob Rocha visited the winery company, Casa Madero. In this working visit he was accompanied by the Federal Delegate of the Secretariat of Economy in the state, Marcos Jesús Enrique Durán Flores; the Secretary of State Economic Development, José Antonio Gutiérrez; and the professor of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, Pedro Gaytán Vázquez, among others.