Beja: Small and medium-sized enterprises of the district are responsible for 72% Sales.

Small firms that sell goods and services in Beja. No total, SMEs are responsible for the district 72% Sales.

Small businesses of the district of Beja are the top-selling products and services (34%). No total, as micro, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), that represent 99,9% of corporate fabric, They are responsible for 72% Sales in the district, and 81% workforce.

The municipality of Beja is the one with more companies, over two thousand (29%), followed Odemira, about 1.200 (18%). In total across the district, SMEs employ 20.070 people, and reach a turnover of more than 1.773 million.

It is for managers and entrepreneurs of SMEs Beja, which have secured an extremely positive business dynamics, more 19,9% of new businesses in 2019, that AEP – Business Association of Portugal streamlines the LINK LAB BEJA Tuesday, 29 October, in collaboration with the cymbal - Intermunicipal Community of the Lower Alentejo, which is hosting the meeting, from 9:00 to 15:00, to discuss and share best practices that ensure more competitive SMEs.

The AEP LINK project runs through the North, Center and Alentejo to promote cooperation and coopetition in Portuguese business, by stimulating the critical areas of competitiveness in SMEs – digital economy, innovation, investment and cooperation -, and to create a network of collaboration that benefits all who are part, and contribute to a more robust business community. Registration is free and must be formalized in www.aeplink.pt or by email aeplink@aeportugal.pt.

The LINK LAB BEJA is promoted by AEP - Associação Empresarial de Portugal, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which includes the involvement of Deloitte, with the support of Konica Minolta, Credit and Surety and Iberinform, and with the collaboration of cymbal. The meeting in Beja closes the roadshow AEP LINK, attended, in 12 Northern cities, Center and Alentejo, business, authorities, universities and polytechnics, Researchers, investors, among others, to promote cooperation and a stronger business community.

The AEP LINK project seeks to help Portuguese companies to grow, by developing cooperation practices in the business community, around the critical factors of competitiveness: digital economy, innovation and investment, and it is co-financed by the incumbent 2020, by Portugal 2020, no amount of € 540,413.49, of which € 459,351.47 by the European Regional Development Fund (SPRING).

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