Lafayette is the champion of the Sebrae Prefeitura Empreendedora award. The achievements celebrate entrepreneurship, development and innovation.

Councilor Lafayette shines at the award, standing out as a benchmark in good practice to promote entrepreneurship and municipal competitiveness. In a fierce competition between 250 municipalities of the state of Minas Gerais and more than 315 registered projects, Conselheiro Lafaiete took 1st place in the “Territorial Management” category with the project “Inspection Service: its importance in the implementation of the SIM consortium”, which is a partnership between Lafaiete and the Public Consortium for the Development of Alto Paraopeba – CODAP, and aims to monitor animal products in the Alto Paraopeba region.

The project’s management approach not only guarantees product quality, but also increases employment and income for rural producers through certification and quality label.
Another award-winning Lafaiete project was the Sabores das Villas Gastronomic Festival, which won second place in the Tourism and Territorial Identity category and became a benchmark in innovation and local development.
The achievements, announced this Wednesday (17/04), at the headquarters of Sebrae Minas in Belo Horizonte, highlight the city’s commitment to promoting entrepreneurship and competitiveness, stimulating the growth of the local economy and creating new opportunities for the population. It was a double victory, recognition of the entrepreneurial and cultural potential of the region. Mayor Mario Marcus took part in the ceremony, accompanied by Municipal Secretary of Economic Development Rafael Lano. He expressed his great satisfaction with the achievements and confirmed the municipal administration’s commitment to the socio-economic development of Chancellor Lafayette. “These awards are a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our entire team in partnership with the community. More than victories, they are confirmation that we are on the right track to building an even more prosperous and innovative future for our city.”

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