AEMME as multisectoral business employer of the Spanish microenterprises, want to bring and expose activities that has been conducting since 2004, the year of its Constitution, which has allowed and still allows, create economic activity, micro enterprises and employment self-employment. These activities are based on offer and participate in the information with entrepreneurs, and specific training Multisectorial, with special emphasis on those sectors that allow go giving form a: – a new model economic TIC, formation, environment – Third Sector foundations – Rural Sector, sustainability, recycling, energy and others. In the following link, you can download a summary of the historical AEMME activities, in this sense: AEMME also wants to bring the new model economic solidarity which, by its experience in direct and daily treatment with micro-enterprises of Spain, all sectors of economic activity, knows, and what may be the solutions from the point of view of this Business sector that accounts for over 95% of the total number of Spanish companies, among which are:-individual entrepreneurs (freelancers). -Corporate entrepreneurs (companies limited, usually). Also this whole business accounts for over 80% of GDP and it is possible that up to 60 / 70% of current employment. Also you can visit the following link, which provides that new model, from the point of view of Victor Delgado, President of AEMME AEMME, says this latest exhibition of proceedings implies a large investment in time and changes, trying to initiate the process to adapt our institutions and economic legal framework the situation of our current environment of the European Union and also internationally in United StatesEmerging countries and possible new global situation. More information: Spanish Multisectorial Association of microenterprise AEMME – C / ambassadors, 198, 1 C, 28045, Madrid Tels.: 917521036 / 650291524 Fax: 91 528 39 87 Email: Web: author: Pilar Esteban, responsible for communication (www.markarte.net) about AEMME AEMME was founded in the year 2004, with the intention of providing service to a business activity that is more isolated because of their special characteristics and greater difficulties in integrating into collective: microenterprise. AEMME integrates individual, self-employed entrepreneurs and small businesses in general: companies in the majority of family cases, with few employees and much daily effort.