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Welcome Office and Junior Chamber join forces to help new entrepreneurs

Welcome Office and Junior Chamber join forces to help new entrepreneurs

By Staff Writer - February 11, 2018

Photo: Facebook Jeune Chambre Économique de Monaco
Photo: Facebook Jeune Chambre Économique de Monaco

The Welcome Office has announced the first event in its Entrepreneurship Training Cycle 2018 in collaboration with Monaco’s Junior Chamber of Economy (JCEM).

The Welcome Office, a key contact for entrepreneurs and future residents of the Principality, supports, as it does every year, the initiatives of JCEM, which works through various activities to promote entrepreneurship and the economic attractiveness of the Principality.

This year again, the collaboration is reflected in the holding of the first module of the Training Cycle on Thursday, February 15, starting at 6 pm at the Welcome Office (9 rue du Gabian, 1st floor). This will be an opportunity for the Welcome Office to present to registered participants the various methods of setting up in the Principality, both privately and professionally.

This annual meeting will be followed by six training modules, led by the Junior Chamber, focusing on specific topics of interest to future entrepreneurs and future residents, such as taxation, social legislation, business planning, marketing and other topics.

Registration required by email: welcome.business@gouv.mc, jcemonaco@jcemonaco.mc or marion.soler@jcemonaco.mc.


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