PRESENTAN PROGRAM FILES OF SUPPORT FOR LOCKSMITHS
The Undersecretary for Small and Medium Enterprises, Miguel Marón Manzur, launched the Mi Cerrajería National Program, which will provide, in its initial phase, training, consulting and financing from 50 to 150 thousand pesos to 335 locksmiths.
This program files consists of the administrative, technological and commercial modernization of the locksmiths, explained the official when inaugurating the Eighth Expo Locksmiths that counted with the participation of manufacturers, distributors and goldsmith craftsmen.
“Until today, the locksmith, the microentrepreneur, had no way to access technology, he did not have money to change the machinery, to make his production processes efficient, and that, naturally, he was taking it out of the competition”, He said.
Marón Manzur explained that this Program is based on two major components, training and consulting, and financing for the acquisition and renewal of equipment for the development of a new image.
He invited the entrepreneurs of this sector to take advantage of the support of the Federal Government to modernize their locksmiths preston and that they can offer products of higher quality and better price.17
The Undersecretary for SMEs said that this tool is part of the National Microenterprise Program, which aims to increase the competitiveness of economic units through a technological, commercial and administrative modernization scheme that allows them to consolidate their position in the market.
In Mexico, microenterprises account for 96 percent of the country’s economic units and generate more than 40 percent of employment.
SE and IMPI protect patents and brands of SMEs On the other hand, the Undersecretary for Small and Medium Enterprises of the SE, Miguel Marón Manzur, announced a program files, launched together with the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property, IMPI, to offer training and advice to micro, small and medium enterprises in order to protect their patents and register their trademarks, notices and trade names, industrial designs and utility models.
This program will offer the services of training and legal advice in the five Mexico Emprende Centers of the Federal District, located in the headquarters of the business organizations of CANACO, CONCANACO, CMIC, CANACINTRA and COPARMEX.
In Mexico Emprende Centers, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs will be offered training sessions and advice by IMPI specialists. In a first stage, the sessions will last two weeks.
This same scheme, which will be replicated from August in the rest of the country, will have as a second stage the training and advice to entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in the Mexico Emprende Centers located in the cities of Guadalajara, Monterrey, Mérida, León and Puebla , in which companies will be given facilities, with the support of the IMPI staff, so that they can initiate the procedures of registration and protection of their industrial property rights.