By Peter Dong
SLIEDRECHT – Monday evening, June 20, 2022, at Host Rob Pasting Company, General Manager JM de Jong GROEP BV (De Jong Beheer) | De Zhang Techniques | Di Zhang Duke. The coffee machine company at Marisstraat 2 is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. The council met at a restaurant to make a film about the Owners’ Fonts. The entire college of B&W had arrived on Monday evening.
Alderman of the Economy Roland Piedgerwiden (VVD) promised that the UndernamesFonts would be set up after the summer of 2022 and that it would be operational by January 1, 2023. (Photo by Peter Tonk / Sleetrecht 24)
Passing spoke about the company with a branch in Sleerect and Taylor near Detroit in the United States. The fifth generation now works in the family business. He said the company stands for maiden, reliability, cooperation and innovation. Mentioned about the stability of 2268 solar panels on the pasting roof. This makes the company largely self-sufficient.
Alderman of the economy briefly introduced the evening with Roland Fijderwide (VVD), after which he presented the site to economic policy adviser Hilbert de Jong. He explained how Ondernemersfonds came to be. The city council approved it in May 2021. There, we sat down with the Sliedrechtse Ondernemingen (VSO) Association to write priorities and plans. Joining a steering committee, we worked out how it should be. In the meantime, research was conducted and talks were held with traders. Fifty so-called strategic companies, among others, visited.
‘To do together’
Adrie Stuij, president of the Sliedrechtse Ondernemingen (VSO) Association, praised the host for his consistency. “I do not understand political debates. We drew an economic vision, each part of which was created with the desired image. Broadly speaking, it provides room for making changes. Now I am surprised and disappointed. No group has asked how to build relationships with the business community, “said Stuiz. , The machine is in the business world, for example, he refers to buying things like energy together. There are.
The first funding started in 2005 in Leiden. By the beginning of 2023, there will be about fifty entrepreneurial funds in the Netherlands. Rob Manders of Blaauwberg Strategy Development & Knowledge Exchange Assists Municipal Administrators When It Comes to OwnersFunds. Provided councilors with a brief overview of why a fund should be established, how it works and what the next steps are. Manders talked about the intentions of joining OwnersFonts. If you buy something together it will be much cheaper. He also noted the need for cooperation due to the rapidly changing environment, stability in the business environment or bias and powerlessness (solving ‘freeriders’ problems’). There will be unity (striving for unity).
Increase and yield
In an entrepreneurial fund you follow the ambition of the entrepreneur. Funding is based on the ‘Gentleman Agreement’ between the municipality and the initiators. This fund may impose a higher property tax on non-residential properties. Money goes to finance and entrepreneurs have the freedom to spend. The distance to the municipality is monitored without intervention or replacement. The benefit to the municipality is not money, but it has a well-organized partner in the development of Sleerect. “You see the money saved flowing back to the regions,” Manders said. Hardinxveld-Giessendam is an example of an entrepreneurial fund ‘taking action’. Ambition in VSO to support joint and joint action for Sliedrecht. At Sliedrecht, the utilization of a fund is based on the value of 75 per tonne of WOZ, which, according to calculators, should earn 460,000 per year. Now there is an extensive steering committee and the first edition of the report is ready. It is scheduled to launch on January 1, 2023. There should be a foundation board, agreements should be made about ‘rule’ and placed in an agreement. Manders: “Every fund has a pilot and an appraisal after four years. It is about giving confidence to this social initiative and allowing entrepreneurs to do it.
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