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The INTREPIDA project (Internationalisation of Female Entrepreneurs from Spain and Portugal toward Insertion, Development and Alliances) is an initiative framed in INTERREG Spain-Portugal (POCTEP 2014-2020) and financed with ERDF funds from the European Union. Its aim is to foster business competitiveness of SMEs run by women in the cross-border region of Andalusia, Algarve and Alentejo, promoting their internationalisation by means of new models for business cooperation and development.
The Portuguese city of Tavira is preparing for the VII Mediterranean Fair with an extensive programme of activities for all
The aim of this workshop is not to modify each personal style, but to become aware of the fact that a cared-for image can be a very valuable tool to help us achieve our professional and personal goals.
Communication and conflict resolution in business workshop given by Antonia Faria Acompañamiento Terapéutico.
We set off from Plaza del Triunfo, pass through the city’s old Jewish quarter and visit the Santa Cruz district. The tour ends at the central Plaza de la Encarnación square.
The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) via its European INTREPIDA project, is organising a new date in Portugal to discover the workings of companies, the services they provide and, of course, the women behind them.
The second encounter in this cycle is led by Beatriz Clemente, and involves a mainly practical route as a guide – comprehensive but simple – of the main steps to improve identity, get to know the public and define clear, realistic communication goals.
Among other proposals for the month of April, we’ll be holding a showcooking session at which Raquel López, founder of La Vegana.
Andalucía Sacra is a cultural business that frequently provides interesting private tours to learn more about the heritage of the churches of Seville, traditional craftsmen’s workshops and a long list of unknown details of the city.
Created in 1970, the school continues to follow the teaching criteria of its founder, Matilde Coral, whose goal has always been to transmit and conserve the Seville school of Andalusian dance.
The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation organises visits to companies and workshops managed by women with the intention of raising visibility and reinforcing the work of Andalusian and Portuguese craftswomen.
This encounter encourages different matches or encounters between businesses or businesswomen whose services and/or products have some sort of connection,
Huelva County Council, member of the INTREPIDA project, which the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) coordinates in collaboration with
The INTREPIDA project organized by Three Cultures Foundation resumes its appointments with Mafalda Milhões . She is in charge of
The entrepreneur Deysy Esperanza Solano has a clear vocation to publicize the benefits of a proper nutrition. She developes this
The Art School in Seville, the old Applied Arts School, is a training center of a great value for the
Born in Lisbon in 1974, she discovered her passion for music in her last year of Veterinary Medicine. By chance,
The INTREPIDA appointments continue with the key players of this project: women in charge of a companies.The International Working Women’s
On March 6 at 7:00 p.m under the European project INTREPIDA, the Three Cultures Foundation organizes the presentation of O
The INTREPIDA project launches the appointments with the clear intention of taking the enterprise to the training centers. On this
The INTREPIDA appointments begin on March 1 at the headquarters of the Three Cultures Fundation in order to continue developing
The INTREPIDA appointments begin at the headquarters of the Three Cultures Foundation with a special area to entrepreneurship, the personal
Crisitina Ataíde is a solid Portuguese artist with a long career who shows in her exhibitions an interesting diversity of