Exhibition in Cuba shows creativity of innovators

Exhibition in Cuba shows creativity of innovators
Exhibition in Cuba shows creativity of innovators

Havana.— Positive responses and innovations marked by the creativity of its authors in the face of various problems distinguished an exhibition based in this capital, which previously had similar events in other Cuban provinces.

Under the name of Solutions Cuba, the third edition of this type of annual initiatives showed works and proposals from members of the National Association of Innovators and Rationalizers (ANIR) in favor of the economic and social development of the country.

Everything stated in this appointment, which, as in 2022 was now based in the Armando Mestre social circle, can be generalized with a minimum of resources inside or outside the corresponding entity and contributes to savings, highlighted the president of said organization in Havana. , Ailyn de la Caridad Díaz.

When addressing the exhibitors at the opening of the exhibition, the leader recalled limitations caused by the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against Cuba and stressed that the siege forces us to seek solutions to multiple challenges every day.

Resisting creatively cannot be a slogan, it is a necessary reality, and innovators along with the rest of the workers have a high responsibility, said Díaz, who referred to the links between organizations such as the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment and the National Association of Economists and Accountants.

According to its organizers, Soluciones Cuba, in Havana, brought together 84 centers from all unions, except Commerce and Public Administration, and the largest representation corresponded to Civil Defense and Communications.

In total, about 120 innovators participated in the event, which promoted the productive chain between state and non-state forms of management and new actors in the economy, they added.

New procedures and techniques that positively impact the development of health in several hospitals, the reuse of idle assets, the design of alternative products in food companies and the recovery of parts and spare parts stood out in the sample, Prensa noted. Latina.

Katia Arencibia, national vice president of ANIR, highlighted to this news agency that Soluciones Cuba, “whose celebration was successful throughout the country” is the opportunity to further demonstrate the talent of innovators.

We must continue to promote the creativity of workers, so that they feel supported, since their contributions and alternatives in the face of difficulties will always leave benefits for our economy, he stressed.

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