Lan Ekintza Bilbao
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Lan Ekintza Bilbao is the local development agency of the Bilbao City Council with a public service mission, which started operations in 1989. Its remit is to improve the quality of life of the citizens and the city of Bilbao, ensuring that development maintains a socio-economic balance among the city's districts and their residents.
- Job seekers.
- Marginalised social collectives.
- Individuals needing training.
- Young entrepreneurs.
- SMEs and Microcompanies.
- Companies seeking advisory services.
- Bilbao shops.
- Institutions and Social Stakeholders.
People processed: 38,728 people
People finding jobs: 16,225 people
People contracted: 2,807 people
Participation in programmes for Vocational Training/Qualifications: 10,741 people
People processed: 12,335 people
Companies receiving support: 923 people
Direct employment generated: 1,712 people
Investment made: €37,860,830
Business information queries: 97
Individualised diagnostics: 53
Advice at the retail outlet: 57
Subsidies awarded: €76,500
Training actions: 130 stores
Support for Bilbao Dendak and Bilbao Traders Association: €357,000