II Encounter of B2B Better Together, of the INTREPIDA project
This activity, aimed at women entrepreneurs of Andalusia, Alentejo and the Algarve, will be held in the Portuguese town of Évora on the 27th and 28th of March. It proposes different encounters between businesswomen who may have some connection between the services and products they offer. In this way, possible synergies are favoured with an aim to mutually reinforcing their presence in other markets and countries, thus contributing to a possible internationalisation of their businesses.
Following the great interest in the first edition of B2B which was held in Faro (Portugal) last November –which more than 50 businesswomen from Andalusia, Algarve, Alentejo took part in – this encounter will seek a greater contact between the entrepreneurs present in the INTREPIDA project’s online guide.
The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) will cover the following costs:
– Return travel.
– Dinner and lunches.
– Guided tour of the city of Évora.
– Consultation session for the matchings.
To take part in this edition, the businesswomen who are interested should apply via the inscription form before the 25th of February.
Coordination and management of the 2nd Better Together:
Fátima Ruiz-Granados firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 661 10 23 14
Lola Jiménez email@example.com Tel. 667 31 31 40
INTREPIDA project representative. Information on activities:
Catalina Bejarano firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +34 673 86 64 75
The Fundación Tres Culturas del Mediterráneo (Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation) is the Main Beneficiary of the INTREPIDA project, along with the following partners in Spain and Portugal: FUECA Fundación Universidad Empresa de la Provincia de Cádiz (Business University Foundation of the Province of Cádiz), Huelva County Council, REGIOTIC, NERPOR Asociación de Empresarios de la Región de Portoalegre (Association of Businesspeople of the Portoalegre Region) and NERE Núcleo Empresarial de la Región de Évora (Nucleus of Businesses of the Évora Region). The INTREPIDA project is financed by the INTERREG V European programme for Spain and Portugal (POCTEP.)