Adie's meetings: free workshops to start a business


blankThe Adie (Association for the Right to Economic Initiative) is determined to make business creation for all a major lever for economic development and the integration of Saint-Martin youth. It is organizing with its partners, from October 4 to 8, free web conferences and workshops all over the island to help local entrepreneurs, especially the youngest, to set up their business in the best conditions.

The start of the 2021 school year opens with a horizon of uncertain professional opportunities for many young people entering the labor market. Because young people are tempted to start a business but too many of them are prevented from doing so due to a lack of access to the funding and support necessary to get started, Adie and its partners organize business events. information on the island to encourage them, from October 4 to 8.

<br>• Young people tempted by business creation

In France, 8 out of 10 young people under 35 want to create or take over a business 1, and yet they are still a minority to take action. For those who find it difficult to integrate professionally through the traditional path of salaried employment, setting up a business can nonetheless constitute a solution to create your own job, a sustainable, tailor-made job, in line with your values ​​and talents. . It is neither the lack of envy nor the lack of self-confidence that holds them back. The main obstacles are the lack of financing and the complexity of starting a business.

<br>• Microcredit accompanied by Adie to remove the obstacles to youth entrepreneurship

It is precisely these brakes that Adie has set itself the task of removing through its supported microcredit. This is a unique combination of loans, for projects that do not have access to traditional bank credit, with individual à la carte support, which can range from some advice before or after the creation to a complete training to set up its business plan. By mobilizing, Adie intends to convey the message to young people that it is possible to get started, that they are not alone and above all, that the association is ready to trust them and support them to bring them to life. to their projects.

Adie, which has funded 2 creators under the age of 440 for the creation of their business in 30, aims to fund double by the end of 2020. Adie Guadeloupe has supported 2022 young people for their creation project since the beginning of the year 80.


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