With nearly 4 million entrepreneurs, SMEs proceed to develop in Brazil
Altogether, according to Sebrae, there were more than 3.9 million entrepreneurs who formalized themselves last year, in search of a source of income or to fulfill their dream of owning their own business. company.
This number represents an increase of 19.8% compared to 2020, when 3.3 million CNPJs were created; and 53.9% compared to 2018, when 2.5 million micro and small companies were formalized.
Of the total number of CNPJs created in 2021, 3.1 million chose to be Individual Microentrepreneur (MEI)which corresponds to 80% of open deals.
Micro-enterprises correspond to 17.35% (682.7 thousand) of open companies in 2021, and in that year, they also had the highest number of businesses of this size in the historical series. In 2018, there were 540.6 thousand; in 2019, 579.3 thousand and in 2020, 579.5 thousand.
In relation to small businesses, in 2021, 121.9 thousand were opened, a number 29% higher than in 2020, when 94.3 thousand were created, and 62.5% higher than in 2018 (75 thousand).
The trend is that the entrepreneurship keep growing, as the Covid-19 pandemic forced many people to go into entrepreneurship out of necessity, but it also stimulated and made this path an opportunity.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2020 report, carried out by Sebrae and the Brazilian Institute of Quality and Productivity (IBPQ), estimated that 50 million Brazilians who were not yet entrepreneurs had plans to open a business in the next three years. .
Initiatives for entrepreneurs
For those who want to invest in the beauty segment, the Apothecary Group Registration is open for the new cycle of the Beauty Entrepreneurs.
The program promotes the professionalization of women throughout Brazil through free online courses aimed at qualification in the beauty and entrepreneurship sector.
There are 15,000 vacancies and registrations can be made until October 31 at site. Empreendedoras da Beleza prioritizes the selection of women in socially vulnerable situations, black and/or transgender.
The great novelty of this cycle of Empreendedoras da Beleza is the partnership between the two companies, Grupo Boticário and Itaú Unibanco, to promote women’s financial education.
O Itau Mulher Empreendedora, a program to encourage female entrepreneurship, joins the project with a training track of content, integrating the professional courses already offered so that everyone can learn about financial management and its importance for business success.
In addition to learning, women will have access to extra advantages and incentives according to their performance, such as kits of products from Grupo Boticário, cell phone chips, consulting digital marketinghealth plan contracting options and differentiated courses to leverage their careers.
In addition, Boticário also has “Botiverso”, an exclusive platform for the acceleration of virtual content creators, focused on TikTok. Vacancies to participate in the challenge will close this Thursday, October 5th.
According to CB Insights, a business analytics platform and global database, the so-called creator economy – new economy generated from content creators and digital influencers – already moving more than R＄70 billion per year. Registration is free and more information on the official TikTok of the brand @Oboticario.
This month, the Entrepreneur Fair 2022 also takes place from October 7th to 11th at São Paulo Expo, in the city of São Paulo. Held by Sebrae, it is considered one of the main Brazilian events related to entrepreneurship.
This year’s edition, in a hybrid model, marks the return of face-to-face activities since the beginning of the pandemic. The expectation is to gather more than 500 exhibitors and 120,000 visitors. More information about programming and registration is available at event website.
Source: Money Times