Two Terrassa companies participate in a European project of good practices in the creative sector.
Terrassa, November 3, 2017. Tothora and Mosaic Libros are the two local companies of the creative sector who, accompanied by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Terrassa, presented their experience in the European exchange of good practices Companies from the creative sector that, in the framework of the European Chimera project, took place in Slovenia from October 2 to 6, 2017. A total of 100 entities, companies, entrepreneurs and investors from different European countries participated in this convened meeting with the aim of promoting the improvement of the competitiveness and internationalization of the companies of the creative sector by means of the exchange of good practices and the impulse of agreements of collaboration between organizations, companies and investors of the creative sector in Europe .
During the meeting, during which the participants analyzed the opportunities to improve the financing of creative industries and the public and private instruments that today exist to support the new companies in the sector, different entrepreneurs and young people Companies participated in an exchange of experiences and public presentation of projects to international investors present at the conference. At the hands of the Terrassa Chamber, which participated actively in the organization of the event, Tothora and Mosaic Books participated in the sessions of exchange of good practices.
Tothora is a unique watch and design company founded by designer Josep Vera. With minimalist and unique forms, the company creates watches specially designed for the decoration of the home or office. Meanwhile, Mosaic Books is an independent publishing company, created in 2014, founded by Mertxe Paris, who decided to create its own publishing label aimed at children’s and young people’s literature and books for the whole family, then Of solid professional experience in other publishers and a professional stay at Barefoot Books (Oxford), through the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs exchange program managed by the Terrassa Chamber.
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