Antonio Pont , Honorary President of Borges; Eduardo Navarro , president of Corporate Excellence; Eva Piera , general director of External Relations free list of cell phone numbers and Communication of Mapfre; Fernando Vives , president of Garrigues Abogados; Francisco Roman, president of the Fundación Seres; Francisco Vallés , Secretary General of the Leading Brands of Spain Forum; Gabriela Cañas, president of the EFE Agency; Gemma Juncá , vice president of the Spanish Marketing Association;
Gloria Lomana , president of 50 & 50 GL; Ignacio Osborne , president of the Osborne Group and the Leading Brands of Spain Forum; Irene Lozano , president of the Higher Sports Council; Isidoro Martínez de la Escalera , Chief Marketing Officer of NH Hotel Group; Javier Muñoz , Associate Dean, Advancement of IESE Business School; Javier Solana , president of EsadeGEO; Jose Andres Torres, President of the Spanish Cultural Action; José Luis Bonet, president of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce; Luis Moreno , General Director of Economic Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and
Cooperation; María Luisa Martínez , executive director of Communication, Institutional Relations, Brand and CSR at Caixabank; Marta Blanco , president of CEOE Internacional; Miguel Otero , advisor to the Leading Brands of Spain Forum; and Pablo Garde , Undersecretary of Industry, Commerce and Tourism and Vice President of the Leading Brands of Spain Forum. Educational innovation as a cultural change: ESIC celebrates the Meeting of Teaching Centers In every conversation that has addressed what it takes to face a scenario like the current one, the word “innovation” is the protagonist . And it is that innovation is essential to be able to adapt to all the changes that we are experiencing.
This year 2020 has been a challenge for the educational world, demanding its USA Phone Number Database transformation. In order to reflect on this, ESIC Business & Marketing School celebrates the Meeting of Teaching Centers on Thursday, November 19, an appointment with more than two decades of history with which this year it seeks to answer a key question: Are we prepared to understand educational innovation as a cultural change?