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Smalle Technologies welcomes four students from the “Santander Scholarships’ Program”

For a period of 6 months Cristina Carnerero, Marina Espínola, Marta Codina and Julián Pérez will be part of Smalle Technologies thanks to an initiative called “Santander scholarships” from Banco Santander, Spanish credit institution. The Bank, together with the Conference of Rectors of the Spanish Universities (CRUE) and the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium [...]

2018-08-14T09:10:41+00:00 June 2nd, 2014|

Article about Smalle in spanish newspaper

"Charging batteries with the movement of the waves. Smalle Technologies, a Universitat de Barcelona (UB) spin-off, develops a generator that produces electricity for buoys and sailboats". This was the news title published by La Vanguardia on Sunday February 16, 2014 in the special edition Science to Market, Money section.

2018-08-14T09:11:25+00:00 February 18th, 2014|

Smalle Technologies selected in the 2nd Entrepreneurs’ Fund organised by Fundación Repsol

Smalle Technologies’ project has been selected as one of the eight winning projects of Fundación Repsol’s Entrepreneurs’ Fund. Around 479 projects from all over Spain and Latin America took part in the contest, and only eight were finally selected as winners. This prize will enable Smalle Technologies to have a maximum incubation period of 24 [...]

2018-08-14T09:11:59+00:00 February 11th, 2014|

Héctor Martín takes part in the event promoting Entrepreneurship organised by Fundación Repsol at the IREC

Héctor Martín, CEO of Smalle Technologies, took part in a round table organised by Fundación Repsol at the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC) alongside other entrepreneurs on November 27, 2013. This event is part of a series of activities organised by Fundación Repsol with the object of supporting start-ups in the energy sector, more [...]

2018-08-14T09:14:05+00:00 November 27th, 2013|

Héctor Martín takes part in the event “Entrepreneurial Researchers: from college to business”, organised by Redemprendia

Héctor Martín, CEO of Smalle Technologies, took part in the event “Entrepreneurial researchers: from college to business”, on November 19, 2013. During 2012, Christophe Serre, one of the founders and member of the Scientific Board of Smalle Technologies, was one of the beneficiaries of the Redemprendia research grants, which finance part or the full amount [...]

2018-08-14T09:14:43+00:00 November 19th, 2013|

Smalle Technologies, nominated to the EIT Awards (European Institute of Innovation and Technology)

Smalle Technologies has been one of the nominees for the EIT Awards, which are organised by the EIT (Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology) and will be awarded on November 12, 2013 in Budapest. The EIT has written a small piece on each of the nominees which is available in PDF format, and an interview with Héctor [...]

2018-08-14T09:15:20+00:00 October 17th, 2013|

Smalle Technologies takes part in the Business Booster Organised by KIC Innoenergy in Barcelona

Smalle Technologies was one of the 37 companies from the energy efficiency industry that took part in the Business Booster event on May 10th and 11th at the NH Constanza hotel in Barcelona. KIC InnoEnergy aims to promote collaboration and synergies among the companies present in the event and potential visitors, in order to increase [...]

2018-08-14T09:16:03+00:00 October 11th, 2013|

KIC Innoenergy will be a shareholder of Smalle Technologies

KIC InnoEnergy  has decided to exercise its call option on Smalle Technologies equity. In addition, it will take part in the capital increase, augmenting its stake in the company and becoming the second most important stockholder, after the co-founder and CEO, Héctor Martín. https://www.kic-innoenergy.com/venture/smalle-technologies-2/

2018-08-14T09:16:43+00:00 May 13th, 2013|

Smalle Technologies takes part in “Unreasonable at sea” event in Barcelona

Unreasonable at Sea is a Stanford University experiment, in which 11 innovative projects with a relevant social impact are incubated for 106 days by 20 top-level mentors. What makes it extraordinary is that this incubation process takes place on a boat, on a voyage around the world that takes them to 13 countries. Stanford University [...]

2018-08-14T09:17:39+00:00 April 26th, 2013|