France/Crédit Agricole Champagne-Bourgogne and ADIE support the creation, takeover and development of businesses
An agreement between the two partners was signed on Friday 9 July. 700,000 euros are made available by Crédit Agricole Champagne-Bourgogne to support the creation, takeover or development of businesses.
Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne and ADIE support the creation, takeover and development of businesses
for local professionals and entrepreneurs
In 2021, Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne and ADIE are renewing their partnership to support business start-ups.
The official signing took place on Friday 9 July 2021 at Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne, 18 rue Davout in Dijon, in the presence of Emmanuel Vey, General Manager of Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne.of Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne, Jean-Yves Remillet, Chairman, Emmanuel Landais, Managing Director of ADIE and Angèle Mignonac, Director of ADIE Grand Est / Bourgogne Franche Comté.
Financing business creation, business development and mobility through microcredit
Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne and ADIE are joining forces to help professionals in their regions.
In 2021, Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne is making €700,000 available to support the creation, takeover or development of businesses for professionals, entrepreneurs and talents with limited means, thanks to Adie's microcredits.
Adie's professional microcredits allow for the financing of any type of professional activity up to €10,000.
Mobility microcredits allow employees to remain in their jobs, or job seekers to improve their chances of finding a job. They can be used to finance the acquisition of a driving licence, the purchase of a vehicle, repairs, training or a move.
In 2020, in the Champagne-Bourgogne region (Aube, Côte-d'Or, Haute-Marne and Yonne):
- 142 companies benefited from financing for business creation. Total amount injected into the local economy: €661,300.
- 88 companies received financing for the development of their business. Total amount injected into the local economy: €432,300. 230 microcredits granted to professionals to cover all the needs of business start-ups and development. Total amount injected: €1,093,600 (including €805,000 in microcredit).
- 142 people have benefited from mobility support for a total of €484,000.
- 21% of people financed by ADIE are Crédit Agricole customers.
- In 2020, Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne demonstrated its commitment to ADIE as part of the COVID crisis by allocating €100,000 in honorary loans, enabling it to support 57 entrepreneurs financed by ADIE.
About Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne, the leading bank for professionals*.
From start-up to transfer, Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne supports entrepreneurs and professionals at every stage of their projects. It provides a comprehensive range of support services: specialised support for business creators, development of e-commerce, a boost to digital, organisation of events dedicated to project holders such as the Cafés de la Création.
Crédit Agricole de Champagne-Bourgogne figures as at 31 December 2020.
About ADIE Grand-Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
For 30 years, Adie has been financing and supporting entrepreneurs whose projects do not have access to bank credit, so that entrepreneurship is accessible to all, even without a diploma, even without capital, and regardless of where they live.
Each year, in the Grand Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté regions, Adie supports nearly 1,300 entrepreneurs, 40% of whom live in vulnerable areas (priority neighbourhoods of the City Policy or rural areas). Market vendors, restaurant owners, market gardeners, caterers, florists, childminders, drivers, grocers, bicycle repairers, beauticians, craftsmen, etc.
The entrepreneurs supported by Adie are representative of the small entrepreneurs who keep the local economy alive.