Reunión en Polonia Wolves Summit

ZEC – DESTINATION WOLVES SUMMIT (POLAND) AND MORE THAN FORTY BUSINESS MEETINGS

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The Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) has an important agenda of more than forty meetings within the framework of the eighth edition of Wolves Summit (Poland), which promotes networking and oriented towards technology and innovation.

Within the framework of this international event, conceived to forge alliances that favour business creation and expansion, the ZEC focuses b2b meetings on strategic sectors for the economic diversification of the Canary Islands: Business & Analytics, E-commerce, Adtech, Martech, Energy and Cleantech, Entertainment and Mobile, Hardware & IoT, Manufacturing and materials and Mobility & Transportation.

Parallel to the event, the tax advantages of the ZEC and the opportunities of the Canary Islands as an investment destination will be made known to different international firms and Polish consultants, so that they, in turn, can disseminate it among their client network.

PRESENTATION OF THE ZEC TO BUSINESS MANAGERS IN THE CANARIES GOVERNMENT OFFICE IN MADRID (SPAIN)

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Last Friday, 19 October, the Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) held a meeting with consultants, businessmen from various sectors such as ICT and shipbuilding and investors in innovation to present the tax relief offered by this incentive for the development of new businesses. At the conference, held at the Canary Islands Government Office in Madrid, the operation, requirements and advantages of this low tax regime for companies planning to go international were presented. The ZEC is an economic policy instrument, the main objective of which is to diversify the regional economy and create high value-added jobs.

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The ZEC, under the Canary Islands Film label, presents its tax breaks to companies in the audiovisual sector in Sweden and Denmark

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The Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC) acting as Canary Islands Film, presented the advantages of filming in the Canary Islands and the tax exemptions for companies in the audiovisual sector in Sweden and Denmark. Within this framework, the Canary Islands institutions ZEC, Proexca, Canarias Cultura en Red and the Gran Canaria Film Commission presented the tax incentives and strengths of the audiovisual industry in two meetings; one in Stockholm, before the Association of Swedish Producers – Film & TV Producenterna – and the Copenhagen at the Danish Film Institute, together with Creative Europe and the Media office.