Signed the agreement for the creation of a new Economic and Trade Office of Asturias in Madrid

The President of the Principality, Adrián Barbón, led the signing of the collaboration agreement for the implementation of this institution to attract opportunities and investments to the region from the capital. An agreement between FADE, the Chambers of Commerce of Asturias, Compromiso Asturias XXI and the Sekuens Agency promoted by the regional government.

Family photo of the signatories. In the front row, from left to right, the Executive Director of Sekuens, David González; the Regional Minister of Science, Borja Sánchez; the President of the Principality, Adrián Barbón; the President of Fade, María Calvo; the President of the Gijón Chamber of Commerce, Félix Baragaño, and the Director General of Companies, SMEs and Entrepreneurs, Ignacio Iglesias. Above, from left to right, the president of the Association Compromiso Asturias XXI, Eduardo Sánchez; the president of the Avilés Chamber of Commerce, Daniel González; the head of the Investment Office of the Oviedo Chamber of Commerce, Nuria Castaño, and the president of the Oviedo Chamber of Commerce, Carlos Paniceres.

The Asturian Economic and Trade Office in Madrid is getting closer to becoming a reality. Last week, the signing of a collaboration agreement between the Government of the Principality and the Asturian Federation of Entrepreneurs (FADE), the Official Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Navigation of Oviedo, Gijón and Avilés, the Sekuens Agency and the Compromiso Asturias XXI Association took place at the Presidency headquarters in Oviedo for the implementation of this initiative.

An instrument which, in the words of the President of the Principality, Adrián Barbón, will become “a permanent meeting point for investment, commercial and economic activity” to attract opportunities to the community. Barbón also pointed out that “with the creation of this office we are on the hunt, on the express hunt for investment for the Principality. We already have enough experience, because the attraction strategy allowed us to add 14 new projects, but now we are redoubling our ambition”.