Unicaja Banco continues to strengthen its commitment to traders and entrepreneurs, key drivers in job creation and wealth generation.
The bank is intensifying its cooperation with the different associations of business owners of the Valladolid province to promote their development.
Unicaja Banco and the Asociación Vallisoleta de Comercio (AVADECO, Valladolid Association of Traders) have renewed their collaboration agreement, which will benefit its 500 members. The financial institution has been supporting AVADECO since it was created in 1978. Their relationship is strengthened by this agreement, to which Unicaja Banco adds an economic contribution for the activities of the association. The agreement has been signed by the Regional Manager of Unicaja Banco, Manuel Rubio, and by the President of AVADECO, Alejandro García Pelletero.
The agreement includes a package of products and services specifically designed for the needs of this association. Due to its broad experience next to entrepreneurs and the self-employed, Unicaja Banco is aware of the importance of credit as an essential factor for the good performance of any business. Therefore, the bank puts at the disposal of AVADECO different options of financing on advantageous terms, such as credit accounts, personal loans, first company loan and access to funding through Iberaval.
These advantages are completed with products and services especially useful for traders, such as guarantees, leasing, insurances, receipt collection, special rates for PoSTs, payment methods, cards and the possibility of subscribing the Fee-Free Plan for freelancers or businesses.
AVADECO is one of the most important associations of shops and traders in Valladolid. It represents the main sectors of the economy of the province, such as clothing and shoes, home supplies, bookshops, newsagents and jewelries.
With this agreement, Unicaja Banco continues to strengthen its commitment to traders and entrepreneurs, key drivers for job creation and health generation in Valladolid, where the bank has a traditional presence.