The second edition of the «Barcelona mai s´atura»Has recognized its 11 winners among which there are varied proposals in digital and innovative matters.
An instant system of 3D splint printing, a pack of digital tools to adapt to the new environment derived from covid-19, a mentoring project aimed at the self-employed and micro-businesses, a sustainable clothing brand and a program to promote the employment of vulnerable groups.
Within the framework of Bizbarcelona and the Saló de l’Ocupació, the “Barcelona mai s’atura” recognition makes visible the work of SMEs, entities and entrepreneurs in the application of innovation and talent in the transformation of their businesses.
Created by Barcelona Activa and the rest of the promoter entities of Bizbarcelona and Saló de l’Ocupació, the second edition of the “Barcelona mai s’atura” have wanted to value the work of groups and entities that in the last year have highlighted by the application of innovation in the transformation of businesses and activities with social impact or by the strategic commitment to talent as a lever for growth.
Manufacture of plaster molds in record time
In the management innovation category, Skelet Easylife was recognized for having created software that enables the manufacture in record time of plaster or fiberglass molds for hospital emergencies; Grup Montaner, for its teleworking model designed to measure for each worker according to their needs; or the pack of services and digital tools of the Official College of Commercial Agents of Barcelona to make it easier for its professionals to reactivate their daily work by adapting to the new environment derived from Covid-19.
In the area of innovation with social impact, three proposals were distinguished: the project Caring at Home that offers support and accompaniment through telematic tools to caregivers who are in charge of a dependent person; SOS Mentoring, the volunteer program in which professionals, managers and businesswomen help freelancers and micro-businesses to make decisions to face the Covid-19 crisis; and the sustainable clothing brand Circoolar.
For its part, the program improvement of employability from people with mental health disorders the CHM Foundation; the startup that connects IT profile vacancies with TalentFY recruiters; Finques Feliu’s people management transformation strategy; the Work @ program that aims to help create job opportunities for vulnerable groups of the shopping center operator Unibail Rodamco Westfield; and at Lab1876, Damm’s open innovation initiative was recognized in the category of talent that transforms.