Video games from the room
Six months. That was the time Abraham Cózar had to get his career as a video game designer off the ground. This 35 year-old Valencian from the town of Meliana came from a first failed attempt as an entrepreneur. His project to develop educational applications for schools had not been successful. Far from abandoning his dream of creating a method that would allow children to learn and have fun at the same time thanks to technology, Cózar decided to try a second time in 2015, this time on his own, because he could not afford to hire anyone. His savings only gave him half a year to live.
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From Xing to New Work, the technology company trusts in Valencia and chooses it as its favourite place to grow in 2020
The German technology company New Work, until a few months ago known by the name of its social network Xing, has put down roots in Valencia a year after choosing the city as the site for a new tech centre. The company, which started with a dozen people with a coworking as a provisional location, has now reached thirty and has relocated to offices in the city centre with the aim of reaching 80 in the next two years.
Valencians will receive unlimited online training without paying a single euro
The Webit València 2020 technology festival is presented to the European Chambers of Commerce in Spain
Webit Foundation, together with a delegation of Valencian entities, represented by València Activa and València Oficina de congressos, has presented in Madrid the Webit València 2020 festival to a group of representatives of the European Chambers of Commerce in Spain, so that they can get to know this technological event that will bring together Valencia around the 15th of November.000 participants and more than 1,500 startups.
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