The rePCV has agreed to organize joint events to join efforts and give greater visibility to the Valencian science parks. Among them, they will hold a gala award ceremony for companies linked in science parks that have stood out for their research and innovation capacity
The Network of Valencian Science Parks (rePCV) has held its annual meeting at the Alicante Science Park, under which President Salvador Coll, director of the Technical City of Innovation (CPI), has taken office. The meeting was attended by the highest representatives of the five scientific parks of the Valencian Region, all of them linked to public academic institutions: the University of Alacant, the University Jaume I of Castelló, the Miguel Hernández University of Elche, the Polytechnic University of València and the University of Valencia.
The annual meeting was held in the facilities of the Science Park of Alicante
During the meeting, the different actions promoted during the last year with the different administrations to favor the main task of the science parks as a fundamental agent in the change of the Valencian Community's productive model were evaluated.
In this regard, Salvador Coll said that "among other matters, it has been agreed to organize a series of joint events to join efforts and give greater visibility to the Valencian science parks." He highlights the organization of industry forums and a gala of awarding prizes to recognise companies installed in science parks that have stood out for their research and innovation capacity ".
From left to right, David Cabedo, vice president of the rePCV, and Olga Francés, secretary treasurer
In addition to the position of president of the rePCV, David Cabedo (Universitat Jaume I Science Park, Espaitec) and Olga Francés (manager of the Science Park of Alicante) have been appointed in the positions of vice president and secretary treasurer, respectively.