The Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León (ICE) in collaboration with Air Institute are organising several activities within the framework of the Centr@Tec Programme for SMEs, startups and entrepreneurs attending the 8th Startup Olé event in Salamanca.
The activities will begin on 5 September with the “IoT Innovation Workshop on processes and the design of products and services”. This demonstration event aims to showcase regional companies and startups the innovations and improvements that they can incorporate in their production processes and in their products or services, to optimise costs and improve their competitive position. During the event, a series of projects with extensive IoT development will be presented, the results of which aim to optimise processes and increase the competitiveness of SMEs.
Agenda: “IoT Innovation Workshop on processes and the design of products and services. Free registration here or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second event will take place on Tuesday 6 September and will be attended by officers from the National Police, featuring the “Workshop for Organisations on the Digital Transformation of SMEs in the field of Cybersecurity”. The activity aims to delve into the main challenges for change, identified to help people, companies and organisations respond to them and identify opportunities in the field of cybersecurity.
Agenda: Workshop for Organisations on the Digital Transformation of SMEs in the field of Cybersecurity. Free registration here or by sending an email to email@example.com.
The events will be held in the Presentation Room of the R&D&I Building of the University of Salamanca.
About the Centr@tec programme
The Centr@tec programme is a training and support initiative for business R&D&I organised by the Institute for Business Competitiveness (ICE), which is part of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Network of Castilla y León (redei). In addition to strengthening the structures of the centres, the Centr@Tec programme includes training activities and the development of personalised services with high added value for companies in the region.
This programme is aimed at technology-based companies and entrepreneurs. Its aim is to promote innovation in the processes and products of regional companies, as well as their dynamisation, training and technology transfer, both nationally and internationally.