CABEI supports 600 Costa Rican students to present business ideas at the virtual fair


The activity is open to the public throughout this week.

San José, July 12th, 2021. – From Monday through Friday, July 16, more than 100 business ideas will be presented at the "Expoinnova y Generación E" virtual fair at the University of Costa Rica, in which 600 students from the Business Administration and Public Accounting careers will participate. The event is sponsored by the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI).

Some of the proposals are related to wellness and style, social development, as well as the food industry, and will be evaluated by a jury of 60 people, including CABEI's Country Chief Officer in Costa Rica, Mauricio Chacón, and other representatives. The awards ceremony will take place on the last day of the fair.

"The new generations are the future of our region and that is why at CABEI we support the development of these types of activities to encourage student participation in innovation and entrepreneurship spaces so that young people feel motivated to continue working towards their aspirations," said CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi.

The space is open to the public with virtual stands where users will have the opportunity to interact virtually with the exhibiting teams and sponsors, as well as to attend talks and participate in raffles. This is the second time CABEI supports the "Expoinnova and Generation E" virtual fair.