Last year, the University promoted 120 entrepreneurship projects that gave rise to 40 companies. It also imparted more than 1,000 training activities.
It stimulates research and creates skilled employment through innovation and specialized training. The entrepreneurial side of the Science Park is at the heart of the report published last weekend in La Gaceta. Dozens of entrepreneurs occupy the campus of Villamayor to develop their projects and the Park continues to provide space to the companies that began their activity there. This is the case of Árborea Intellbird, Nebusens and Mi Pequeña Fábrica, which highlight the synergies that are created in this space.The report showcases the 120 projects that were promoted by the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Transfer, which gave rise to 40 companies, and also created the Club of the Entrepreneurship that already has 500 members.