4th November 2015
workshops aimed at those who are thinking of starting
a business as well as established business people have
been inaugurated by the Ayuntamiento de Xàbia.
The initiative is called Xàbia Emprén
and was kicked off this week by mayor José Chulvi, councillor
Cesc Camprubi (Economic Development) and Rosario Doneris,
the manager of CREAMA, a regional programme which promotes
and encourages economic development in the Marina Alta.
municipal representatives stressed the importance of
training within employment promotion policies and said
that this initiative demonstrated the willingness of
the Ayuntamiento de Xàbia to support entrepreneurs
and businessmen of the municipality by offering learning
and business forums to keep their skills as up-to-date
as possible. They also confirmed that, as a stimulus
to the local economy, the Ayuntamiento has temporarily
abolished the fee for the opening of shops and businesses.
the presentations and welcome of some forty students
who were attending the first conference of Xàbia
Emprén, the first lecture spoke about the importance
of time-management to encourage staff productivity,
giving tips about organisation, setting priorities and
how to separate the important from the urgent.
The conference continued with a lecture from Josep A.
Ivars Sánchez who delved into the management
of change through emotional intelligence and how to
draw on this resource to respond to the changing business
conference continues throughout the week with a workshop
on identity and vision for launching with success with
psychologist Alfonso Hernandez Rubert who will speaking
about how to focus efforts. The fourth lecture will
feature Andrés Pérez Ortega who will help
entrepreneurs to create their "personal brand"
from their strengths and the professional position.
The final workshop will be on communication skills by
Celia Martín and Isabel Vila.
workshops are free and, although registration is formally
closed, those who do wish to join can telephone CREAMA
Xàbia on 96 579 42 66 who will try to accommodate
if there is a space in the workshop that interests them.
Classes are from 7.00pm in the auditorium of the Soler