In the framework of the three months mobility within CaBuReRa project, Jordan participants in Portugal Sarah Qabbani and Nardeen Alsunna have been collaborating with CRIA, the Division of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer in University of Algarve.
During the last two months they have been cooperating with CRIA partners, with non-profit and non-governmental organizations, especially those who mainly work in tourism, cultural promotion, Mediterranean diet, technology transfer, intellectual property, entrepreneurship and renewable energy.
The two participants were also introduced to two successful entrepreneurs who, after many years of hard work, have succeeded in transforming their ideas into businesses, with the help of CRIA.
Sarah and Nardeen got the chance to visit the location of two big and successful businesses: Necton and Sparos, that is a spin-off company of the Centre of Marine Sciences of Algarve (CCMAR) / University of Algarve, devoted to innovate in the development of new products and processes for fish feeding and nutrition.
These companies have introduced CaBuReRa participants to their work as well as to their history, showing them the value of their job.