Zona Meta celebrates the third edition of exceptional awards that reward projects in the rural environment.

Paris, October 11 (Benin News / August) –

target area The third edition of the Extraordinary Awards, which aims to honor the efforts of women entrepreneurs in rural areas, was organized on Tuesday. The winner is Virginia Garcia in the project “Honey from Traslapeña”..

abnormal As part of a joint program between Zona Meta and Fundación Cibervoluntarios that aims to train women entrepreneurs in rural areas throughout Spain in digital marketing.

This project that already She has already trained more than 4000 women, It also seeks to take active local ideas or businesses to a more global level through the use of digital tools.

These awards are based on three main aspects, namely leadership, perseverance and creativity, and they are the champions of the initiatives that participated in the final of this competition, which Ten projects were submitted.

As noted at the event, these projects are an example of the diversity and perseverance of women entrepreneurs, who have turned to services such as crafts, sustainable tourism and beekeeping, among others.

They’ve all defended themselves before A multidisciplinary jury It consists of the Minister of Equality, Irene Monteiro, the Director General of Mita for Spain and Portugal, Irene Caro, the founder and president of the Cibervoluntarios Foundation, Yolanda Rueda, and the president of the Federation of Associations of Rural Women (Vadmore), Theresa Lopez.

For Meta’s Managing Director for Spain and Portugal, the company recognizes that “women are so A critical component of the economy and innovation in Spain”, which is why Extraordinarias was created as a program “to promote diversity and equal opportunity”.

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For her part, Yolanda Rueda believes that “this initiative is a step towards eliminating the gender gap”. Thanks for this project Thousands of women in rural areas They were able to see how technology is a vehicle of change that allows them to take their business from the local to the global level.

Three projects have been awarded. in the first place , “Terlapina honey”, Created by Virginia Garcia, she is originally from the city of Prioro (Lyon). It focuses on the production of natural products made by artisanal beekeepers and is complemented by guided tours of the beehives, as well as informational workshops on honey production.

In second place we find “Minary Medal”, Written by Blanca Lopez (Burgos), A proposal revolving around sustainability, equitable distribution and recycling in the rural environment. This project aims to give a second life to unused goods, such as lockers or bicycles, and promote the circular economy.

Finally, third place goes to “Ink, paper or scissors”, Idea by Rebecca Esteban, originally from La Rioja, a company embodied in stationery born out of his passion for calligraphy and the details of occasions, such as weddings or christenings.

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