Corralejo- the bustling, charming, free-spirited town in the north of Fuerteventura is the epicenter of sunlight, good vibes, and lots of places to eat. Discover 10 local favorites to indulge in during the day.
The latest edition of Technology Breakfasts hosted Juan Manuel Revuelta Pérez-the CEO of Finnova, Senior Advisor Next Generation EU Economic Diplomacy and Director at Startup Accelerator Europe who shared ways of making Fuerteventura a hub for social innovation and tech advancements, urging entrepreneurs to think beyond tourism.
The Council of Ministers approved on 10 December last the draft bill presented in July of this year to promote and increase the creation of startups. In
With the world desperately preparing to restart the business, tourism is an industry in which many are counting their bets to stabilise jobs, markets and drive the flow of progress in recovery.
Many estimations are being thrown around about the impact of coronavirus on the travel and tourism economy. Tourists had to cancel their trips and were not sure when to go on exploring and traveling the world again. What then will be the near future for the travel industry?
In a captivating campaign aimed at attracting domestic travelers this summer, a groundbreaking initiative has taken flight in the breathtaking...
Digital Nomads Fuerteventura Community has seen a burgeoning rise on the island of Fuerteventura. As we adapt to the post...
Technology Breakfasts shows Fuerteventura the way to sustainable innovation, digitalization and green tourism in its latest event at the Palacio de Congresos & Formacion de Fuerteventura.
A confluence of culture, gastronomy and music presides at the Casa de la Cultura with the Tanit Cultures Festival this 22-28 November 2021 in Fuerteventura.
Today as the world is recovering at a snailed pace from the global pandemic, many investors are betting their money by taking a closer look at sustainability factors of companies like the company´s carbon footprint, social impact, community efforts and inclusions & diversity before investing.
As football is gearing for a comeback directors figure a way to manage revenue with empty stadiums, dwindling sponsors, and pay cuts for many players and managers.
Tourism is proven to be resilient and likely to find new innovative ways, as it has done so over and over again in turbulent times. An optimistic outlook on the situation would be that numbers will bounce back - but what's best for the whole world in these times?