mVenturesBcn | Transparency portal
mVenturesBcn grows and scales startups in its acceleration hub programme and tech transfer programme. We partner with accelerators, research centres & corporations.
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Transparency portal

The Fundació Barcelona Mobile World Capital Foundation (Mobile World Capital Barcelona-MWCB) is an initiative promoted by the Ministry of Industry, the Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona City Council, Fira de Barcelona and GSMA, which represents more than 800 mobile operators worldwide and more than 200 companies in the mobile ecosystem.

MWCB is intended to make the city of Barcelona in a reference center of mobile technologies. A place where individuals, businesses and institutions work together to harness the potential of mobile technologies as an element to transform everyday life and create new business opportunities.

MWCB, through its programs and initiatives, is also an engine of development and internationalization of the business.

Applicable regulations

Capital socities 1/2010

  • Royal Legislative Decree 1/2010, of July 8, amending the Consolidated Law of Capital Societies


  • Royal Legislative Decree 3/2011, of 24 November, amending the Consolidated Law on Public Sector Contracts approved.
  • Royal Decree 817/2009, of May 8, amending Law 30/2007, of 30 October, Public Sector Contracts partially developed.
  • Royal Decree 1098/2001, of October 12, amending the General Regulations of the Law of Contracts of Public Administrations.
  • Internal Procurement Instructions MWCB


  • Law 19/2013, of December 9, transparency, access to public information and good governance. Law 19/2014, of December 29, transparency, access to public information and good governance.