We want to improve communication between players dedicated to entrepreneurship in Ciudad Real

Meet our co-organiser from Ciudad Real, Spain: Jesus Javier Romero Montero from Rubeum (twitter:‏ @rubeumorg).

Why did you apply for SEW?

We applied for SEW because we would like to improve the communication between the players who are dedicated to entrepreneurship in Ciudad Real. In addition, this is a good opportunity to open our city to Europe for a higher social awareness.

What is your goal in organizing an event for Startup Europe Week?

Our goal is the creation of a network where people can share all the sources that we have in Ciudad Real. Our intention is to make the work of the entrepreneurs easier to start more businesses and mantain those that we have in the city.

What would you give to your local community?

We would like to give to our local community a space where people with the same interests can share their ideas and sources regardless of their condition.

What do you think your area needs in order to be a startup-friendly zone?

Our area needs to continue sharing the work that many institutions, organizations and entrepreneurs are doing in the entrepreneurship and work field. There are many working spaces with a necessity of being helped. Our area must support all the initiatives in order to generate and mantain new and actual companies in the city if we want to be a startup-friendly zone.

What could Startup Europe and the European Commission do more to develop the startup ecosystem?

They should increase the dissemination initiatives to educate all the actors included in the startup ecosystem. The companies and the entrepreneurs need to know all the possibilities that they have for their businesses if we want they grow and participate in the different local and European initiatives.

Posted on February 1, 2017 in Behind SEW

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