The Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises, CEPYME, and the company FLYERALARM have signed a collaboration agreement to offer SMEs and freelancers advice in the areas of business marketing.
The agreement, which has been signed by the president of CEPYME, Gerardo Cuerva, and the country manager of FLYERALARM in Spain, Toon Van Buylaere, aims to provide SMEs and freelancers with an advisory service to assess which marketing service is best suited to your needs In addition, the company will collaborate on some of the initiatives that CEPYME is carrying out, including the digital portal for yymes and autonomous CEPYMENEWS.
Based in Germany, FLYERALARM is today the leading online printing press in Europe to offer customized and customized solutions to small and large companies and already operates in fifteen countries, including Spain. It offers advice to SMEs either by phone or in person at their offices in Barcelona or Madrid.
The president of CEPYME, Gerardo Cuerva, said that With this agreement the Confederation takes another step in the strategy of implementing support services for SMEs in strategic areas such as marketing, thus contributing to improve the productivity and competitiveness of these companies. "SMEs," said Gerardo Cuerva, "are 99.8% of the business fabric and supporting them in the processes of innovation and digitalization means boosting the competitiveness of these companies, which is ultimately boosting the competitiveness of our economy."
For the FLYERALARM country manager, Toon Van Buylaere, “this agreement shows our commitment to small and medium-sized companies in Spain. We are very proud to sign this agreement with CEPYME and contribute our experience and talent to the growth of these companies. ”