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22/10/19 Others

60 businesswomen from Andalusia, the Algarve and Alentejo attend the 3rd INTREPIDA Forum in Loulé

At this encounter the participants can showcase their products and services, establishing contacts which will favour the development of their businesses.

04/10/19 Others

More than 1,500 people support the ‘Sepharad at Tres Culturas’ activity cycle

The ‘Musical instruments in the Hebrew art of medieval Spain’ display remains open for visits until the 11th of this month

27/09/19 Others

CARPET project: Tres Culturas publishes ‘Let’s make it public’, a selection of articles on developing audiences and marketing the arts

A valuable selection of articles on developing audiences for the arts and cultural industries which have been written by professionals.

13/06/19 Others

The Fundación Tres Culturas presents diplomas to the Moroccan workers who have taken part in the Spanish classes within the IntegrARTE programme in Huelva

The aforementioned were in charge of delivering the diplomas to around 40 women, who received them in representation of the 325 seasonal workers who took part in this initiative during the current agricultural campaign.

03/06/19 Others

More than 150 Moroccan seasonal workers who are working in Huelva in the strawberry and red fruits sector celebrate Ramadan at the Fundación Tres Culturas

This event is part of the IntegrARTE programme, initiative which the Spanish, Andalusian and, especially, Moroccan authorities have been implicated in with an important presence of the Deputy Ministry for Moroccan Expats and the Ministry for Work and Professional Insertion of the Kingdom of Morocco.

16/02/19 Others

Tres Culturas will launch an accompaniment programme for Moroccan temporary workers in Huelva

José Manuel Cervera, director of the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation), and Farid Omar, curator of the Spanish Pavilion at SIEL.

11/02/19 Others

The Fundación Tres Culturas mourns the loss of and pays tribute to author Antonio Lozano

The Foundation joins others in expressing its condolences regarding the death of novelist and playwright Antonio Lozano, who dedicated his work to learning about others, overcoming barriers and cultural encounters.

07/02/19 Others

The Fundación Tres Culturas takes two businesswomen from the INTREPIDA project to SIMOF

Two businesswomen have been selected from all of those who usually take part in the project’s activities to display their products.

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60 businesswomen from Andalusia, the Algarve and Alentejo attend the 3rd INTREPIDA Forum in Loulé

Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) director José Manuel Cervera, inaugurated the 3rd INTREPIDA Forum yesterday in the Portuguese town of Loulé, with 60 businesswomen from Andalusia, the Algarve and Alentejo in attendance. At this encounter, which continues today at the business incubator managed by REGIOTIC (official partner in the project), the participants can showcase their products and services, establishing contacts which will favour the development of their businesses. This forum also allows them to discover successful enterprises such as that of Colectivo 28, Loulé’s first associative shop, or attend interesting educational conferences on packaging, online sales and digital marketing.

José Manuel Cervera stressed the importance of this forum for two reasons, “firstly because Spain and Portugal have a lot to learn from each other, and Andalusia, the Algarve and Alentejo in particular have many areas in which to collaborate, and secondly because I know that the strength of the women of the world is the main agent of change in society.”

For this reason, the Tres Culturas (Three Cultures) director underlined the relevance of the INTREPIDA project to “help destroy the barriers which many women entrepreneurs come across by creating collaboration networks and increasing knowledge of good practices, to contribute to the development of businesses and exchange between businesswomen.”

Various Portuguese authorities were also involved in the inaugural event, such as María Magdalena Feu, the Algarve regional representative of the Institute of Employment and Professional Training; Eduardo Serra Jorge, director of the Portuguese-Spanish Chamber of Commerce and honorary consul of Spain in Portugal; and Paulo Nieves, director of REGIOTIC and honorary consul of the Czech Republic in the Algarve.

The INTREPIDA (Internationalisation of the Businesswomen of Spain and Portugal for Insertion, Development and Alliances) project is an initiative that falls within the framework of the INTERREG Spain-Portugal (POCTEP 2014-2020) and is financed with European Union FEDER Funds. The aim is to boost the business competitiveness of small and medium-sized businesses managed by women in the cross-border area of Andalusia, the Algarve and Alentejo, promoting their internationalisation through new models of development and business cooperation. The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) is the main beneficiary of this project, together with the following partners in Spain and Portugal: Cádiz Province Business University Foundation (FUECA), Huelva County Council, Portoalegre Region Business Association (NERPOR) and Évora Region Business Nucleus (NERE).