Presentación de la ZEC antes agentes de animación en Annency

ZEC ATTENDS THE MIFA 2019 ANNECY FESTIVAL IN FRANCE UNDER THE CANARY ISLANDS FILMS SEAL WITH MORE THAN 70 MEETINGS WITH DIRECTORS, PRODUCERS AND DESIGNERS ON ITS AGENDA

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Canary Islands. – The Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) participated under the Canary Islands Film promotional seal in the International Animated Film Market (MIFA), which took place this week as part of the Annecy Festival (France). During this year’s edition, the delegation of representatives of the different institutions that are part of this seal, whose aim is to promote the advantages of the Islands for the audio-visual industry as a whole and, on this occasion, for the animation industry in particular, had more than 70 meetings scheduled with directors, producers and designers from around the world interested in learning more about the benefits that the Islands offer for this industry. This event is part of the annual promotional activities scheduled that are coordinated with other entities to attract investment to the Canary Islands. MIFA is one of the most prestigious events for content production professionals and companies (such as feature …

Promoción de la fiscalidad ZEC cine

IN 2018, SEVENTY NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION COMPANIES CHOSE LOCATIONS ON THE ISLANDS TO PRODUCE FEATURE FILMS, SERIES AND DOCUMENTARIES

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The growing interest in the Archipelago is conveyed, among other factors, by the increase in the number of requests made by production companies to establish themselves within the ZEC and therefore pay taxes under more favourable terms Fernando Clavijo highlights the “growing results” of the international audio-visual industry and the number of films and shows being shot at Canarian locations Canary Islands. – The acting president of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo, participated today, Wednesday, at the work conference held in Madrid which focused exclusively on the tax incentives of the Canary Islands in order to attract professional and business activities related to the cinema and audio-visual production industry. At the headquarters of the Royal Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences, the acting head of the government reiterated the value of the tax mechanisms associated to the Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) and he also highlighted how this taxation system …

Promoción de la ZEC en Londres

THE ZEC WAS INTRODUCED TO THE REPRESENTATIVES OF BRITISH COMPANIES INTERESTED IN THE CANARY ISLANDS AS A HUB FOR AFRICA.

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Canary Islands. – The president of the Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC), Antonio Olivera, introduced the tax benefits of operating in the Canary Islands to all the representatives of British companies who attended the seminar held in London with the title “The Canary Islands: Special Zone Investment”. The event took place in the Leonardo Royal Hotel and was attended by Jean-Paul Nguegang, CEO of Global Management PCC Limited, among others. Olivera explained to those who attended the seminar how to operate under this system and its different requirements. He also highlighted that the ZEC has established itself as an important economic policy tool that can attract investment to the islands in order to move towards the diversification of the regional productive fabric. In addition to this, ZEC’s advantageous geostrategic location between three continents is perfect to establish an operational base in the islands; in this case in order to operate …