IV Start Up Spain: entrepreneurship for a Spain 3.0 (2ndPart)
Age does not matter
The Rafael del Pino Foundation, in collaboration with Esade Business School, organised the seventh edition of Start Up Spain on 12 December 2013. On this occasion, Start Up Spain brought together foreign entrepreneurs who have founded successful startups in Spain, as well as Spanish entrepreneurs who had founded startups with the help of executives from Spanish multinationals who were asked three questions: Why did they decide to create/invest in startups in Spain? How do they support innovation and the creation of new startups? What lessons can we learn in Spain so that more initiatives of this kind spread in our country?
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