UCJC, member of the Alliance for the Spain Entrepreneurial Nation

Camilo José Cela University, in its objective of promoting innovation and entrepreneurship, is part of the Alliance for the Entrepreneurial Nation of Spain promoted by the Presidency of the Government through the High Commissioner for the Entrepreneurial Nation. This organisation made its presentation at an event that took place last Wednesday, 14 September, at the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, attended by David Martín, director of the Entrepreneurship, Competencies and Social Commitment area of UCJC, and Camila Polensvaig, Director of the Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship at UCJC.

Francisco Polo, High Commissioner for Spain Entrepreneurial Nation, made the welcome speech in which he explained the relevance of an alliance made up of more than two hundred public and private entities. “Today we launch an unprecedented collaboration project: the largest alliance for innovative entrepreneurship in the history of our country,” he said.

Adherence to the High Commission for the Entrepreneurial Nation Spain

Entrepreneurship Week is one of the lines of action defined by Camilo José Cela University as part of the High Commission for the Entrepreneurial Nation Spain strategy, which it recently joined. This High Commission aims for Spain to become a leading country in entrepreneurship by 2030.

As an agent of the entrepreneurial and innovative ecosystem, UCJC will promote innovative entrepreneurship through the development of national and international talent with a focus on overcoming the gender gap and the territorial gap.

Impact Lab entrepreneurship program at UCJC

Camilo José Cela University boasts the UCJC Impact Lab, a meeting point to inspire, find answers and obtain tools to launch entrepreneurial ideas among its university community.

“At Camilo José Cela University we want to be known and recognized as entrepreneurs. An entrepreneurial university in which students, faculty and professionals breathe these values into their culture”, explains David Martín, director of the UCJC Entrepreneurship area.