VLC Voices

The leading voices in the Valencian Technology Sector

Alejandro Blasco

Presidente del Colegio Oficial de Ingeniería Informática de la Comunitat Valenciana

Valencia is becoming, with everyone's effort, a pole of attraction for companies and knowledge thanks to a constantly evolving ecosystem, a very powerful academy capable of generating talented professionals, institutions focused on the project and a very dynamic, collaborative civil society with a clear entrepreneurial vocation.

Carolina Pascual

Consellera de Innovación, Universidades, Ciencia y Sociedad Digital

The creative and innovative capacity of the city, together with the talent of the digital experts trained in Valencian universities, such as telecommunication engineers, make Valencia the ideal place for the implementation of technological start ups, a fact that is already a reality.

Ángel Buigues

BStartup Advisor

The Valencian ecosystem has competitive and sustainable advantages: the talent that comes out of universities, the Valencian business fabric that acts as a tractor for new initiatives, and very important, the existence of some success stories that generate credibility and that together with the dynamism of the city already exert an attraction for entrepreneurs and investors from outside.

Jaime Barba

Director de innovación disruptiva y transformación digital de Global Omnium

In Valencia we are leaders in the water sector. The spirit of the Levante Mediterranean has always been a mixture of engineering knowledge and commercial spirit. Our technological Universities are powerful and provide us with highly qualified personnel.  

Francisco Estevan

CEO de Innsomnia

In Valencia talent is creative, it connects, it flows. We are the best at inventing new things and trying them out quickly. Valencia offers something you can neither acquire nor create: passion for the new, acceptance of risk, courage...

Raúl Martín

Director General de KM Zero

Valencia has a compact, integrated and incipient ecosystem that covers all stages of startup development including talent, funding, a vibrant and collaborative environment and a strong public and private sector commitment.

Pilar Bernabé

Responsable del Área de Desarrollo Innovador de los Sectores Económicos y Empleo del Ajuntament de València

We are convinced that the future, and the present, of Valencia is to be a city at the forefront of innovation.

Javier Jiménez

Director General de Lanzadera

Entrepreneurship in Valencia is a very good option; the city shows its potential through the Marina de Valencia where you can find the entrepreneurial pole Marina de Empresas in addition to other entities that encourage entrepreneurship. Its location by the sea, its climate and its young atmosphere make it an excellent choice.  

Javier Ferrer

CEO de WiTraC

Valencia is one of the best entrepreneurial cities in Europe due to its talent, its ecosystem, its infrastructures, of which its port hub would stand out, as well as its climate, leisure and unique gastronomy.

Paloma Más

Plug and Play Spain

Today, Valencia has a determining factor to carry out a technological project: a strong and connected community that allows immediacy at the time of needing help and connections. And, as time is money, it becomes a unique quality for a startup.

Héctor Badal

COO & Cofounder de Yeeply

Valencia has one of the most important ingredients when it comes to launching a company: a great talent very focused on technological development and at a very competitive cost. To this must be added a flourishing ecosystem and a city very well connected with the main European capitals.

Margarita Albors

CEO de Social Nest

The startup community in Valencia is very strong, very united and very welcoming. There is a real collaboration between ecosystem actors which makes it easier for those who land here and connect with one member of the community to easily access others.