With the agreement, Unicaja Banco shows its commitment to boost the local business fabric, favoring entrepreneurship and new projects.
The University’s Science Park will carry out workshops on topics such as business financing, cybersecurity, high-performance team management or business management tools.
Unicaja Banco and Parque Científico de Universidad de Salamanca have renewed the agreement to sponsor the ‘U-Talent-Hub’, under which both institutions agree to collaborate in the promotion of the technological development and entrepreneurship. The agreement has been signed by the Vice-Chancellor for Economic Affairs and General Manager of the Fundación Parque Científico de la Universidad de Salamanca, Javier González Benito; and by the Regional Manager of Unicaja Banco in Salamanca, Manuel Rubio.
Under the agreemetn, Unicaja Banco shows its commitment to boost the local business fabric, favoring the development of activities aimed to the promotion and support of entrepreneurship and to the development of innovative projects in the environment of the Science Park of the University of Salamanca, where the ‘U-Talent-Hub’ is based.
The bank will also sponsor the workshops and events to be organized at the Science Park on business financing, cybersecurity, high performance team management, business management tools or data protection in technology companies. It will also support ‘First Lego Salamanca’, a competition for school students in the region to use robotics to solve problems of the real world.
This agreement falls within the different actions developed by UsalEmprende, the University of Salamanca entrepreneurship ecosystem that works to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in the university community, fostering the development of new businesses and enhancing their social and economic visibility through the platform ‘U-Talent-Hub’.
‘U-Talent-Hub’ consists of all the in the companies based in Parque Científico de la Universidad de Salamanca, entrepreneurs of the University and those companies that devote part of their resources to research and/or innovation to collaborate with the University. Government and public or private foundations who wish to conduct research and transfer activities with the USAL may also join this initiative.