LATEST NEWS Interview with Jorge Marcos, Opentop Lead Project Manager: Milestones and next steps of the initiative 26/01/2023. *In Spanish below. We interviewed Jorge Marcos, Lead Project Manager of the initiative to know in depth the assessment that the team makes of...
LATEST NEWS Opentop’s first Acceleration Program starts with four new startups Canonical Green, SensingTools, DMS Logistics and Gandolapp are the startups selected for Opentop’s I Acceleration Program that started yesterday. The startups incubated these...
LATEST NEWS Best project management tools for your business Having a startup can be complicated since an enormous to-do list can overwhelm you and your team. For this reason, having help to manage projects and tasks is becoming increasingly important for every...
LATEST NEWS Opentop selects 12 startups as finalists for its first Accelerator Program The 12 startups will present their pitch to a professional jury on Wednesday, December 21. The selected startups will access the Acceleration Program to solve 4 challenges of the...
LATEST NEWS «Innovation is key to land technologies that are able to replace current energy sources», Carles Redón Lurbe, Technical Director of Boluda Towage Spain 28/11/2022. The company Boluda Corporación Marítima collaborates with Opentop in its I...
LATEST NEWS Opentop brings together startups, companies and government to boost open innovation in ports The Councilor for Territorial Policy, Public Works and Mobility, Rebeca Torró, opened the event to support the digital transformation of the port of Valencia and...
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