Mallorca Tech Newsletter – Issue #106
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▸ Ibiza’s Districte07800 will receive support from Fundació Bit for advising innovative and tech entrepreneurs and companies through the Emprenbit Program starting in June.
▸ For its part, Emprenbit has announced a partnership with AWS Activate, an Amazon program thanks to which Emprenbit companies will receive 10,000€ in AWS credits, support, training and technical resources.
▸ Travel Compositor presents Routing, a patent for post-quarantine tourism that it will give away to all its clients. It is a mix between an application that allows users to create a road route on a map and a booking engine that allows adding and booking all kinds of services before, during and after the road trip.
▸ Launch of a new project (EsMenú) focused on helping restaurant business owners to have their menu available digitally and accessible through a QR code or URL.
▸ Optimistic statements from Tomeu Bennasar, CEO of Logitravel, confirming an increase in both searches and purchases on the web.
▸ A bit cryptic information about a new system for booking places on beaches and swimming pools this summer, and which would have been offered to different municipalities. The tool would digitize the sandbanks, calculate their capacity and delimit them. According to the news, Natare 360º has been developed by a group of companies from Madrid, Mallorca and the Canary Islands. However, no names appear on the website.
▸ Interview with Bernat Bonnín, CEO, and Jaume Simonet, CFO of ROBOT respectively, where they explain what the company does, their 2019 results, the prospects for this year and how they see the future in the medium and long term.
▸ New article in El Confidencial about the dropshipping trend, which includes the participation of the Mallorcan programmer and Youtuber José Pascual, who has been delving into the subject in his videos during the last few months
▸ Frontend Developer – Essentialist
▸ Senior Full Stack Developer (JS/PHP) – Habitissimo (33 – 50K€)
▸ Frontend Developer Angular 8 – coara.co
▸ Técnico/a de Sistemas Junior – Quirónsalud
▸ Responsable de Márketing – Estel
▸ 5 Estrategias para gestionar la atención al cliente con un equipo remoto(dondominio.com)
▸ Quatre anys exponencials i mig (Benjami Villoslada en viaempresa.cat)
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