The Castellón Global Program Companies Club is made up of 27 companies which have participated, and participate, in the three consolidated editions of this program. This initiative came about by promoting synergies between companies, providing the business fabric of the province with innovation and creating wealth in this territory.

The creation of this club responds to a feeling of belonging, which has developed among the companies that participated in previous editions, and the companies themselves have promoted this work group to not lose contact with each other, and to continue making good use of the dynamics which has worked so well for them while they formed part of the program.

Another novel aspect of this edition is that it started with a boot camp. Today and tomorrow, the nine selected companies worked very hard in seven modules that related with their areas of activity, such as market segmentation, value proposition, product price and competitive advantage, among others. The objective was to analyse their status on two intensive days to start making changes towards their growth during the 6-month program.

Starting signal for the III Castellón Global Program
Delegate Vicent Sales, the Vice-Rector of Research, doctoral student Antonio Barba, and espaitec’s General Manager, Paco Negre, participated in today’s session, which marked the practical starting point of the nine companies that participate in a program which, by means of some 20-odd crash training sessions in June, July and September, and personalised tutorials until December, will lay down the most relevant foundations of a long-term business project.

The companies that participate in the third edition
Once again we welcomed companies from all over the province of Castellón which work in very different sectors. In the new technologies and telecommunications sector there were four companies: E-Force Spain from Castellón, Entropy Factory from Les Coves de Vinromà, Inoibérica from Castellón and Buzzapi from Castellón. Three companies from the agrofood sector participated: Cervezas Badum from Peñíscola, Turrones Agut from Benlloch and Wine on Fire from Segorbe. Last but not least, two companies from Benicàssim came from the services sector: Pinosport and Cocinar Emociones Comunicación.