Promipyme commemorated this Wednesday the International Day of MSMEs with a mass in the Parish of Peace and Good of Santo Domingo East, in the presence of its general manager Porfirio Peralta, who said that the MSME sector represents an important impetus for the economic development of the country.
According to a press release, the general director of Promipyme Porfirio Peralta emphasized the importance for the government of the development and growth of the MSME sector, since the purpose of President Luis Abinader is to reactivate the country’s economy and meet the real needs of micro, small and medium-sized entrepreneurs.
He also acknowledged the support and extraordinary work of Promipyme’s staff, who, he said, give their best every day to achieve the institution’s objectives.
“Thousands of Dominican families live and depend on the MSME sector, making it the hope of the Dominican Republic and all of Latin America, because it has the capacity to generate wealth, distribute it equitably and provide a place of work and productivity for many,” said Peralta.
The mass was celebrated by the parish priest Kelvin Acevedo, who positively appreciated the effort of Promipyme to provide support and financing to all entrepreneurs who seek to launch their projects and bring stability to their homes.
During the religious activity, the president of the Dominican Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (Codopyme), Luis Miura, the president of the Dominican Federation of Traders (FDC), Iván García, as well as several business leaders of the country were present.
Also present were part of the team of executives and collaborators of the institution, who were subjected to all the protocols of protection, distancing and health prevention, required by the current situation of the pandemic.