By Linda Hall • 07 November 2019 • 17:00
LABORA, the region’s Employment and Training Service, chose Alfaz to host its first business breakfast.
The breakfasts will analyse the Marina Baja labour market and maintain close contact with Local Development Agencies, business associations, businesspeople and start-ups for first-hand information regarding their needs and what they are interested in.
The meetings will also put business-owners with the services that LABORA provides regarding contracts, training and job creation.
The first Desdejunio amb l’Espai Labora (Breakfast with Labora) was attended by Alfaz’s Employment councillor Dolores Albero as well as representatives from businesswomen’s association MEMBA, including its president Maria Jose Tent, and Irene Saez and Juan Antonio Bernabeu from Labora.
The breakfast meetings will later visit other Marina Baja towns for face-to-face meetings with the local business community and Development agencies.
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