HM King Felipe VI inaugurated the conference, held on 11 and 12 November in Seville
Aceites Albert,family business founded in 1959, will be present at the sixth Assembly of the Alumni Association of San Telmo International Institute, which opened in Seville His Majesty King Felipe VI on Friday 11 November world.:
the academic plan of the Assembly includes lectures as' Trends shaping a new the future of Europe ', given by the Executive Director of BBVA, Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo, or' trends shaping a new world: impact on business strategy ', which will be speakers President of Global Accounting Alliance, Anton Colella emeritus President of Volkswagen,
Carl Horst Hahn and former Vice President of Worldwide Operations Nestlé, José Lopez Vargas banking'.
'the financial future: the new focus the intervention of the President of CaixaBank, Jordi Gual, while the Vice President of Singularity University, David Roberts, and CEO of the Tapscott Group Inc., Don Tascott, Counselor explain 'How are changing technology, society and business.
Also, Adrian Curry, director General of Encirc, Antonio Ferraioli, CEO La Doria, Rafael Gómez Nava, Director General of IPADE and Isabel Martinez, Director General of Panstar Group,start he round table 'a global scenario for corporate business' while Karim El Aynaoui, Director General of the OCP Policy Center Morocco, will give the presentation "Why look at Africa
SMEs to opportunities (and challenges) of a new environment 'is the title of the round table with the participation Javier García, CEO of SIMA, Antonio Gómez , CEO of Aertec Solutions, Maria Francisca Peñarroya, Director General of resort hotels Holiday World and Rosa Vañó, Co-founder of Castle Canena.
Juan Enriquez, President and CEO of Biotechonomy LLC Director, held by videoconference the presentation "Understanding life thanks to the biotechnological revolution: what will change and what will be the impact ', while the final lecture will be given by the president of Nestle, Peter Brabeck-Lemathe, President of La Zagaleta, Oswald J. Grübel, Antonio Huertas, President of Mapfre, and Pedro Miró, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of CEPSA, entitled 'solid to build a better world Pillars'.