Booming success for Javea’s ‘Beers and Bytes’


THE DEPARTMENT of Economic Development of the City Council of Javea in collaboration with the agency AFIC-CREAMA launched their new initiative promoting networking between entrepreneurs in Javea at the end of March and the third session took place at Cala Bandida last week.

Attendees at the third ‘Beers and Bytes’ networking (or rather, ‘beachworking’ as the initiative has been fondly referred to) session enjoyed presentations from three local Javea entrepreneurs – one focused on new technologies, another a professor at the University of Southampton and two German brothers who presented a new way of building.
Part of Javea’s commitment to becoming the capital of the beachworking movement, the primary aim of the ‘Beers and Bytes’ sessions is to bring together entrepreneurs, all with a desire to make contacts and share experiences and advice.

The city’s efforts are beginning to bear fruit as a ‘Facebook Ads’ course is being arranged and in two weeks, a book will be presented to the group by a famous ICT guru.

Francesc Camprubi Martell, Head of the Department of Economic Development is behind the concept of ‘beachworking’ – promoting Javea’s unique offering of quality of life along with professional development opportunities, great for those for want to develop professionally without forfeiting the relaxed characteristic that comes with living in a Meditteranean town.

The monthly sessions are open to all current or future entrepeneurs and will develop throughout the year.

For more information and updates on when sessions will be held, follow ‘Adl Tecnologico Creama Xabia’ on Facebook.

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