By Euro Weekly News Media • 15 October 2019 • 12:00
CREAMA MEETING: Mazon with Marina Alta mayors and councillors
Photo credit: Teulada-Moraira town hall
A significant Marina Alta club
TEULADA-MORAIRA town hall recently hosted the constitutive meeting of the Marina Alta Consortium for Economic Recovery (CREAMA).
It was chaired by Carlos Mazon, president of Alicante’s provincial council, the Diputacion and attended by mayors and councillors belonging to CREAMA.
Created in 1994, the Diputacion as well as the Generalitat and the official Employment service SERVEF belong the consortium, together with the town halls of Benissa, Calpe, Denia, Gata, Javea, Pedreguer, Teulada-Moraira and Pego.
CREAMA assesses persons wanting to set up a business in these towns, locates funding for investment in the public and private sectors while promoting job creation.
The consortium also attends to the area’s disadvantaged residents, encouraging their social insertion and helping them to enter the labour market.
Mazon applauded CREAMA’s local role but also stressed the importance of recruiting more municipalities and implementing coordination and collaboration throughout the network.
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