Danish “Girl Power” visits Mijas

Danish Girl Power
SIZZLING: The spice girls known for their brand of Girl Power Photo credit: Wikimedia

THIRTY-FIVE Danish business women have visited Mijas with a view to expanding their companies in the municipality.

The entrepreneurs were received at the town hall by the Councillor for Foreign People, Roy Perez, and the Danish Consul in Malaga, Marisa Moreno.

Councillor Perez explained, “we continue to strengthen ties with the foreign community. This time we welcome this group of entrepreneurs to show them what kind of businesses are already in place in our municipality and encourage them to expand their business by establishing in Mijas.”  He added, “we must take into account that in our municipality there are more than 125 nationalities which makes this municipal area a unique enclave for developing companies of all types and for all different nationalities of people.”

In addition to visiting the council, the group of entrepreneurs visited the Danish House and the Danish shopping centre, Centro Idea. Councillor Perez explained, “with almost a thousand Danish residents in Mijas, we have a very favorable setting for these new companies to establish their businesses here which are well received by the residents.”

During the visit, the Danish consul stressed the entrepreneurial nature of the Danes. “The Danes are very active entrepreneurs, people who are restless from the point of view of business, and we have to congratulate ourselves on the interest of these 35 women in Mijas,” she commented.

The event organised by the Department of Foreigners and Mijas Council forms part of their commitment of collaboration and integration of all foreign residents in the municipality.Councillor Perez explained, “our plan is still to collaborate with all groups and nationalities, making Mijas the only municipality in which multiculturalism is one of its hallmarks.”

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