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And emerging technology-based sectors, future deposits for the Social Economy

29 02 2016

CEPES, with funding from the Ministry of Employment and Social Security and the collaboration of the consulting firm Economic Analysts Abay has prepared the study "Promoting the presence of Social Economy in technology-based entrepreneurship." The study shows that emerging economic sectors linked to ICTs show an important growth projection, being a key niche venture from the Social Economy

• According to the study prepared for CEPES on 'Promoting the presence of the Social Economy in technology - based entrepreneurship and other emerging sectors'

 

• Emerging economic sectors linked to ICTs show an important growth projection, being a key niche for entrepreneurship from the Social Economy

 

• Companies and organizations of the Social Economy in these sectors have a significant presence in terms of employment and differential characteristics of their workforces (greater degree of feminization, highly qualified and presence of people with disabilities) and their working conditions

 

(Madrid, February 29) .- The technology-based venture will acquire an important projection in the coming years within the Social Economy. This is one of the main conclusions of the study ' Promoting the presence of Social Economy in undertaking technological base' , prepared by the Spanish Business Confederation of Social Economy (CEPES), funded by the Ministry of Employment and Social Security and Abay executed by the consulting firm Economic Analysts.

Emerging technology-based sectors in Spain represent, according to the study, key industries that have a direct impact on improving the levels of competitiveness of the country and in creating jobs and wealth. In addition, experts say that are productive sectors that are in the early stages of development, but with an important projection of sustained growth and accelerated over the coming years.

"The Social Economy, thanks to its commitment to innovation and R & D + i, values ​​and encourages technological entrepreneurship acquires a priority basis in the creation of new companies in our sector. Therefore, we will work to bring technology - based entrepreneurs the exciting possibilities that offer them the business models of collective enterprise , "said the president of CEPES, Juan Antonio Pedroza.

In addition, these sectors entrepreneurial technology - based usually offer better characteristics in terms of the conditions of the jobs that generate jobs high and medium qualification, the highest percentage of full - time work , greater stability of contracts (over 83% of workers in the sector have permanent) contract and higher wages (the average wage is 26% higher than the overall economy).

 

COMPARISON

The study shows that Social Economy currently has a significant presence in terms of employment in these emerging technology - based sectors (6.1% of workers), and their businesses are larger medium - sized companies group control study analyzes mainly composed of corporations, limited and self-employed.

The study makes a comparative analysis between the behavior in these sectors of the social economy and other business formulas, and it is extracted that companies and entities of the social economy are greater presence of women in employment (51.1 %) than the control group (39.8%). In addition, almost 8% of employment in the Social Economy in these sectors is disabled, compared with 0.5% representing this group in other business models.

TIFY; "> Pedreño recalled that" the study corroborates other aspects already observed in previous analysis of the identity elements of the jobs generated by the social economy, especially those related to greater equity of their workforces. "

 

Other aspects are analyzed wage gaps: gender (clearly lower in the Social Economy) and young people under 25, also lower. Besides the salary range or difference between what they charge the highest wages with the lowest wages it is also lower in the Social Economy enterprises (in companies in the control group, the salary of the categories of less qualified barely a third of what they charge graduates, while the Social Economy stands at 50% next installments).

To increase entrepreneurship Social Economy in these sectors, the study finds a need to influence educational processes and include them in all forms of entrepreneurship.

The study also notes that consultants specializing in this type of technology-based businesses demand more training and knowledge of all business formulas operating in the market. In some cases, lack of advisors on the process of creation of Social Economy companies and the characteristics of flexibility and adaptability offered by the model is evident.

The full document is available to all stakeholders in the Publications Section of the CEPES website: https://docs.google.com/viewerng/viewer?url=https://www.cepes.es/files/ publications / 92.pdf

• According to the study prepared for CEPES on 'Promoting the presence of the Social Economy in technology - based entrepreneurship and other emerging sectors'

 

• Emerging economic sectors linked to ICTs show an important growth projection, being a key niche for entrepreneurship from the Social Economy

 

• Companies and organizations of the Social Economy in these sectors have a significant presence in terms of employment and differential characteristics of their workforces (greater degree of feminization, highly qualified and presence of people with disabilities) and their working conditions

 

(Madrid, February 29) .- The technology-based venture will acquire an important projection in the coming years within the Social Economy. This is one of the main conclusions of the study ' Promoting the presence of Social Economy in undertaking technological base' , prepared by the Spanish Business Confederation of Social Economy (CEPES), funded by the Ministry of Employment and Social Security and Abay executed by the consulting firm Economic Analysts.

Emerging technology-based sectors in Spain represent, according to the study, key industries that have a direct impact on improving the levels of competitiveness of the country and in creating jobs and wealth. In addition, experts say that are productive sectors that are in the early stages of development, but with an important projection of sustained growth and accelerated over the coming years.

"The Social Economy, thanks to its commitment to innovation and R & D + i, values ​​and encourages technological entrepreneurship acquires a priority basis in the creation of new companies in our sector. Therefore, we will work to bring technology - based entrepreneurs the exciting possibilities that offer them the business models of collective enterprise , "said the president of CEPES, Juan Antonio Pedroza.

In addition, these sectors entrepreneurial technology - based usually offer better characteristics in terms of the conditions of the jobs that generate jobs high and medium qualification, the highest percentage of full - time work , greater stability of contracts (over 83% of workers in the sector have permanent) contract and higher wages (the average wage is 26% higher than the overall economy).

 

COMPARISON

The study shows that Social Economy currently has a significant presence in terms of employment in these emerging technology - based sectors (6.1% of workers), and their businesses are larger medium - sized companies group control study analyzes mainly composed of corporations, limited and self-employed.

The study makes a comparative analysis between the behavior in these sectors of the social economy and other business formulas, and it is extracted that companies and entities of the social economy are greater presence of women in employment (51.1 %) than the control group (39.8%). In addition, almost 8% of employment in the Social Economy in these sectors is disabled, compared with 0.5% representing this group in other business models.

TIFY; "> Pedreño recalled that" the study corroborates other aspects already observed in previous analysis of the identity elements of the jobs generated by the social economy, especially those related to greater equity of their workforces. "

 

Other aspects are analyzed wage gaps: gender (clearly lower in the Social Economy) and young people under 25, also lower. Besides the salary range or difference between what they charge the highest wages with the lowest wages it is also lower in the Social Economy enterprises (in companies in the control group, the salary of the categories of less qualified barely a third of what they charge graduates, while the Social Economy stands at 50% next installments).

To increase entrepreneurship Social Economy in these sectors, the study finds a need to influence educational processes and include them in all forms of entrepreneurship.

The study also notes that consultants specializing in this type of technology-based businesses demand more training and knowledge of all business formulas operating in the market. In some cases, lack of advisors on the process of creation of Social Economy companies and the characteristics of flexibility and adaptability offered by the model is evident.

The full document is available to all stakeholders in the Publications Section of the CEPES website: https://docs.google.com/viewerng/viewer?url=https://www.cepes.es/files/ publications / 92.pdf

 

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