Navarra Tech Transfer is created, the first public-private fund to encourage the creation of technology-based companies

  The Navarra Tech Transfer fund was set up and registered with the CNMV last June with a first closing, maintaining a period of attracting new investors for twelve months since its establishment and proceeding to the final closure of the fund. It currently has an equity of 4,210,000 euros, contributed by the so-called Feder funds in a minority (percentage close to 50%) and by nine Navarre companies: Clave Major, Elctrónica Falcón, Frenos Iruña, Grupo AN, Grupo Infarco, Instrumentation and Components (Inycom), Mapsa, M. Torres and Viscofán. The investments will…

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Two new financing instruments for companies will mobilize 676 million and will maintain 68,000 jobs in CyL

    Del Olmo and Álvarez in the act with the financial entities EUROPA PRESS According to the Minister of Economy and Finance, Pilar del Olmo, these two new financial instruments are co-financed at 50 percent by the EU under the ERDF Operational Program of Castilla y León 2014-2020, which has put Iberaval into operation as a financial manager . The first is the Guarantee Fund for Business Growth, has a budget of 61.6 million euros until 2021 and will allow the formalization of loans worth 342 million with an…

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A sustainable fashion exhibition to raise awareness about the impact of the textile industry

  You can already visit the exhibition that has organized in Madrid Association of Fashion Creators of Spain and the international platform Slow Fashion World, in which they present their designs 17 brands of eco-fashion, as a nod to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (ODS) ). The exhibition is part of the Smart Fashion = Slow Fashion proposal . Madrid: Sustainable Development Objective , which is celebrated coinciding with the Fashion Week in Madrid , from January 23 to 30, and is open in El Paracaidista space (Calle de la…

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Answers to your questions about the regularization process (III) 17-02-05

Answers to your questions about the regularization process (III) 17-02-05 María Martínez, lawyer of ATIME (Association of Moroccan Workers and Immigrants in Spain), has answered the questions you ask through our website.   P – Hello! Regards, my name is Milena, I am Colombina and I have been in Spain for one year and 3 months. I registered in Granada on July 5, 2004, then I went to Huelva and I registered at my mother’s house on August 25. Right now I am in Granada again, but I have a…

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