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CEDEZO

Centers of Zonal Development of Companies (Cedezo) are articulated organizations that think about how to strengthen territorial economy by means of the generation of employment, entrepreneurship, development and consolidation of micro and fami companies according to seven strategic cluster of the city:

• Electrical energy

• Dressmaking, design and fashion

• Construction

• Specializing services of health

• Tourism of events and business

• Forest products

• Food

The Cedezo are framed inside the Development Plan Medellin 2004 – 2007 “Medellin commitment of the whole citizenship”. They are physical spaces located in different communes of the city with the intention of putting at the disposal of the corporate and social web of these sectors, services in favor of the promotion and development of entrepreneurship.

To fulfill the targets, the entities that compose the Microcredit Network and public institutions have been joined as: the National Service of Learning (SENA), universities, NGO's and private entities through the Planning and Participative Budget Program.

The services offered in the Cedezo center have two lines: support entrepreneurship in the territory and strengthening of the existing business activities.

Supporting entrepreneurship in the territory

- Trainings in entrepreneurship and business mentality

- Incubation of companies

- Specialized accompaniment

- Access to credit

Strengthening of existing business activities

- Business partnership

- Godfathership and tutorship

- Productive chainings

- Access to markets

- Training in business and labor competences

- Training in technical specific competences

- Technical assistance

- Access to credit

To whom is it directed?

Centers of Zonal Development of Companies (Cedezo) are opened to all people who have business or clear ideas of business. They only can go to the corresponding Cedezo of their commune or area.
Requirements

To have a business or clear idea of business.

Contact us

 

 

Commune

Cedezo

Phone

E-mail

Address

Point of reference

1

1 and 2

Santo Domingo

528 44 49 / 528 05 59

 cedezosantodomingo@culturaemedellin.gov.co  

Calle 106 # 32 – 33

Last station of the Metrocable

2

8, 9 and 10

La

Ladera

385 73 28 / 385 73 29 / 385 73 16

 cedezolaladera@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Calle 59 # 36 – 60

Three blocks up of Boston Park

3

60

San

Cristóbal

427 73 66

 cedezosancristobal@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Calle 62 # 129 – 9

Central park of San Cristóbal

4

5, 6 and 7

La Quintana

385 73 41/385 73 04

 cedezolaquintana@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Carrera 80 # 82 – 60

López de Mesa

5

11,12 and 13

San Javier

385 73 11

 cedezosanjavier@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Calle 44 # 95 – 63

Going up for San Juan, two blocks before San Javier station of the Metro

6

3

Manrique

212 02 26

 cedezomanrique@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Carrera  43 # 66E – 41

A block of the Health Unit La Piloto

7 4

Moravia

 

213 27 55

cedezomoravia@culturaemedellin.gov.co         

Calle 82A # 55-25

Near to Jardín Botánico
8 16

Belén

385 67 31 cedezobelen@culturaemedellin.gov.co

Carrera  76 # 18A – 19

Near to Belén Park

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