El II Open Innovation CLM responde a los retos empresariales

Paloma Sánchez, the Councilor for Business Economic Promotion and Development Programs Coordination, has participated in the II Edition of Open Innovation of Castilla-La Mancha, which has been developed in the Chamber of Commerce of Talavera.

Se trata de una initiative para la cooperation entre empresas, startups, profesionales y emprêndores para el desarrollo de ideas y solutions de retos que aportan valor a las empresas participados, todas ellas consolidadas en la region. Así, las elegidas para esta segunda edición han sido JOMA (Toledo), Growket Symaga Group (Ciudad Real), Gasóleos Sánchez y Murcia (Albacete) y Proinbal (Guadalajara).

Sánchez has highlighted that a large part of the challenges presented by companies after the sector of technology and digital innovation, shows that «que tiene un gran futuro y por eso es tan importante que Talavera siga avanzando por este camino». So, he remembered that in addition to the multinationals that are already working in the Regional Digital Innovation Center, two more companies have been inaugurated in the last days.

In addition to the council, in this act Francisco Javier Rosell, director general of Empresas de la Consejería de Economía, Empresas y Empleo de la Junta participated; María Ángeles Martínez, president of CEEI Talavera-Toledo; David Gómez, delegate of the Junta in the city; y Javier de Antonio, president de Fedeto.

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