Gabriel Pérez, director of the Holguín-Las Tunas territorial delegation of the Chamber of Commerce, explained to Prensa Latina that the fair, scheduled until May 21, is aimed at promoting the chaining of new economic actors with the rest of the business local community and socialize experiences.
With this idea, businessmen from the province of Santiago de Cuba came to the city to take advantage of the Holguin initiative, in which the socialist state company, local development projects, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) converge in the same space, non-agricultural cooperatives (CNA) and self-employed workers.
In this sense, Marieta Sánchez, representative of the MSME La Fabada de Marieta, located in the heart of the city of Santiago, recognized the importance of a space like this, which makes it easier to take advantage of the existing potential in the territories, both in the productive sphere and academic services.
This was confirmed by the Local Development specialist of the Government in Holguín, Neyvis Moreno, who added that the province is one of the most important commercial centers in the country, with more than 30,000 self-employed workers, 62 local development projects, 200 MSMEs approved, eight CNAs and 102 state-owned companies.
The Fair, also sponsored by the Association of Social Communicators and the Cobransa mipyme, will recognize the best proposals in terms of Image and Communication; Product quality, Business Innovation, Production Chain and Impact on Local Development.