With “one million surpluses generated in 2023”, the CCI Gard draws up a positive budgetary assessment

With “one million surpluses generated in 2023”, the CCI Gard draws up a positive budgetary assessment

De gauche à droite : Laure Tissot Schneller, Eric Giraudier et Eric Butel. Midi Libre – Pierre Meuriot

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of Gard presented a positive budgetary balance sheet for the year 2023, marking a million surplus despite the drop in state allocations.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of Gard is doing well, thank you for it. This Monday, June 17, in the premises of the Napoléon bistro, Eric Giraudier, president of the CCI, presented his budgetary report for the year 2023 as well as the broad outlines of the 2024 economic year.

One million surpluses in 2023

"Even if state funding falls, we manage to do a lot of things quantitatively and qualitatively". Re-elected as president of the Gard Chamber of Commerce and Industry last November, Eric Giraudier began by highlighting the continued recovery efforts despite the drop in state funding. Next to him, Eric Butel provided additional details on the budgetary aspect. According to the treasurer of the institution, the fiscal resources of the CCI have significantly decreased "being reduced by half compared to four or five years ago"< /em>. To compensate for this decrease, the CCI had to find a sustainable economic model.

"In 2016, the assets of the CCI amounted to 46 million euros, compared to 51 million today  ;rsquo;hui, underlined Eric Butel. And in 2023, it is one million surpluses that the Chamber has managed to generate", he continued. The actions having allowed this surplus include the resolution of structural costs by bringing together buildings, as well as the development of own resources, in particular by renting premises to third parties.

When the building goes, everything goes…

This is the back-to-school event for the CCI Gard. Scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 at Mas Merlet, The economic start – which expects between 500 and 600 business leaders –, will focus on the theme of building, encompassing the construction and real estate sectors. "We include private and public actors. By September 10, some topics will have evolved but we will be at the heart of the news", declared Eric Giraudier. Guests and themes of the round tables will be presented within "two to three weeks".

Another significant event is planned for Monday June 24 at Yelloh "le village du Port", in Grau-du-Roi. Hosted by Olivier Biscaye, editorial director of Midi Libre, will celebrate the 50,000th Gard company with three round tables in the presence of elected officials and economic players in the region.< /p>

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