In a context of high digitalisation caused by the emergence of Covid-19, non-face-to-face work and the relocation of workplaces have been boosted, generating new opportunities to attract workers who are committed to the rural environments.
For this reason, Diputación de Cáceres promotes the establishment of companies and teleworkers in towns with less than 20,000 inhabitants, and the creation of coworking spaces.
The aim of the programme is to help the deployment of infrastructures, services and technology-based companies in towns with a low population density in the province of Cáceres.
The forum counts with the participation of more than 20 speakers in 5 conferences, and more than 200 local entities. In addition to the event, the council has 322,998 euros distributed in three lines of subsidy.
Our CMO, Mr. Rafael Campillo, will participate in a conference focused on the situation of the software industry in the region and the challenges to adapt to the new times.
Who is the target audience?
This event is mainly aimed at the mayors of the province of Cáceres, technology-based companies, local action groups and public research and business promotion entities that will have a unique opportunity to share and learn how to promote the province of Cáceres from the technology industry.