Innovative business ideas from the South, West, North and East of the European Union have been presented today at the 'Startup meeting and demoday' event. Entrepreneurial students from the technical universities of Cartagena, Cluj-Napoca, Cyprus, Dublin, Riga and Sofia, as well as a startup mentored in the LAB-7 project, have presented the business projects they have developed during this academic year thanks to the Inno-EUT+ project, financed by the European Institute of Technology.
The meeting of entrepreneurs, which have been held in Cartagena along with the other meetings of the European University of Technology (EUt+), begins with a talk by representatives from the companies ODILO and Biyectiva.These companies participate in the Network of UPCT Chairs, and they have explained their experience as consolidated startups.
The aim of the Inno-EUT+ project is to promote entrepreneurship and boost the entrepreneurial, intrapreneurial and innovative skills of the students, faculty and staff who are part of the European University of Technology. Tuesday's event will be streamed live at https://bit.ly/innoEUT_feb1.
The European Institute of Technology (EIT Climate-Kic) has the largest innovation network in Europe and brings together more than 1,000 partners. Inno-EUt+ is the first project that UPCT has obtained from this European organisation.