The Green Lemon hosted the Demo Day Coworking “Malaga IA”, a program organized by the Málaga City Council, the EOI and Malaga TechPark


  • The space hosted the presentation of the 15 projects included in the program
  • The program was co-financed by the European Social Fund, the Malaga City Council, through the National Digital Content Pole and the EOI, in collaboration with the park

Málaga TechPark hosted the Demo Day Coworking “Málaga IA”, an entrepreneurship and training program in Artificial Intelligence that took place at The Green Lemon building.

The event started with the welcome of the general director of Málaga TechPark, Felipe Romera; the coordinator of the National Digital Content Pole, Antonio Quiros; and the director of the Andalusia Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurs and SMEs of EOI Escuela Industrial, Loli Martínez. In addition, the Resident Mentor explained the dynamics of the day.

This was followed by an Elevator Pitch in which each project had 5 minutes to present their work.

The day continued with the intervention of Juan Manuel Arjona Romera, from Ingenia; José Outes Carnero, from Ericsson; and José Bernal Blanco, from Accenture, who explained what their respective companies are doing in terms of Artificial Intelligence.

This program is co-financed by the European Social Fund, the Malaga City Council, through the National Digital Content Pole, and the School of Industrial Organization (EOI), in collaboration with Malaga TechPark, and is part of the Technological Training and Employment Plan for the reactivation of the sectors most affected by Covid-19.

The project is circumscribed within the Community Intervention Operational Programs of the European Social Fund for Employment, Training and Education and the Youth Employment Promotion Program, and involves the contribution of 82.4% by the European Social Fund through EOI , while the City Council contributes 17.6% of the cost of the initiative with its own budget.

The program

This is the first edition of an entrepreneurship program focused on the field of Artificial Intelligence application and has had a total of 15 projects.

This initiative, which was free for all participants, had a training phase at two levels. The first one consisted of a plan of specific workshops to help entrepreneurs develop and validate the business model with agile methodologies adapted to the industry, as well as to develop the essential skills to start it. The second one was a series of sessions in which specific matters of the target area of ​​action were worked on for the promotion and launch of coworking space projects.

In addition, the program had 40 hours of individualized mentoring for each of the projects by the hand of experts, to design the business model and its positioning in the national and international market, as well as a series of events aimed at enhancing the networking and sharing best practices.