Innoarea Projects at VLC Startup Market
VLC Startup Market promotes a more digital and inclusive future
Up to 50 valencian startups gathered on October 23rd and 24th at the third edition of VLC Startup Market, a digital event organized by the Área de Desarrollo Innovador of Ajuntament de València, Valencia Activa, VLC Tech City and VIT Emprende. This space had the challenge of promoting a more digital future making Valencia a city of reference in innovation and technology and also to promote a more inclusive future based on science, making female talent (STEM) visible from childhood. With this goal in mind, an exhibition space was reserved to showcase the careers of great women scientists and technologists to serve as an example to children and to fight against gender inequalities.
The schedule of the III edition of VLC Startup Market has had multiple technology workshops, talks and pitches offered by startups and collaborating companies that were an inspiration and a showcase of talent, demonstrating that in this city there is a lot of innovation.
Startups and enterprises of the digital industry
Plaza del Ayuntamiento became a loudspeaker for valencian startups from a wide variety of sectors, allowing all of them to make themselves known. The stage hosted entities including Innoarea Projects and the Asociación Valenciana de Realidad Extendida (AVRE) from sectors such as robotics, digitization, 5G technology, Industry 4.0, fintech, health, science, virtual reality, engineering, cleantech and e-sports.
Tech Corner in VLC Startup Market
One of the highlights of this year’s edition was the Tech Corner, which became one of the most impactful focuses of the VLC Startup Market. In this exhibition space, Valencian entities and startups showed their projects to publicize the most innovative ideas of the city and arouse interest in technology and science among citizens, especially among children who were able to participate in these leisure activities during the weekend. “We want citizens to understand innovation and technology in a close way,” explained Councilwoman Pilar Bernabé.
The success of Innoarea Projects at VLC Startup Market
Innoarea Projects showcased a virtual reality demo at its stand located in the Tech Corner. The experience was open to the public and was completely free. Through two Oculus Quest devices, children and adults had the opportunity to connect with technology and learn about virtual reality closely. With more than 500 attendees and a 75% participation, Innoarea closed the day leaving the standard very high for the next edition of VLC Tech City.
You can find all the information of the event here www.vlcstartupmarket.com