It will provide health material for the practices of the Degree in Nursing.

The mayor of Mataró and president of the TecnoCampus Mataró-Maresme Foundation, David Bote, and the general manager of HARTMANN Spain, Jordi Guinovart, have today signed two collaboration agreements at the company's headquarters in the Pla d' in Boet de Mataró, from where sanitary products - such as the popular Tiritas - are produced for the whole world.

Of the two agreements signed, the first implies that HARTMANN will provide health products for the regular teaching activity of the TecnoCampus School of Health Sciences for a value of 7.200 euros. This is a collaboration that has already been carried out in previous courses, and which reinforces the commitment to higher education on the part of the multinational of German origin. The other agreement envisages intensifying the relationship in other areas, such as student internships in the company and support in final degree work.

The mayor, David Bote, has remarked on the importance of an important city company being involved in the city's university project, while, on behalf of HARTMANN, Jordi Guinovart has pointed out that the company's desire is to strengthen the presence in Mataró in the coming years with new projects, among which he highlighted the ones he can start together with the TecnoCampus.


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