The coming-out of EL ESPAÑOL in Andalusia has gathered this Wednesday in Seville representatives of the political and business life of the community. Some of the lines of the editorial and business project that EL ESPAÑOL and Invertia are developing in the region were outlined at the event.
The president of the Confederation of Businessmen of Andalusia, Javier González de Lara, has been in charge of presenting this Wednesday the executive president and director of EL ESPAÑOL, Pedro J. Ramírez, at the informative breakfast Forum Europe, Tribuna Andalucía.
The act, which has served as a presentation of the editorial project of EL ESPAÑOL in Andalusia, has had the participation of the President of the Board, Juanma Moreno, who has spoken first to welcome the project in the region.
Moreno has highlighted the bet, alluding to the fact that “Spain without Andalusia is not complete, not only because of the number of inhabitants; also because of the importance of its history and its present”. The Chairman of the Board wanted to highlight the role of Pedro J. as a generator of “initiative and proactivity” through his editorial projects. “We need truthful media, with capacity and maturity. For this reason, today we are in luck that the Spanish Andalucía and Invertia are up and running”, concluded Moreno Bonilla.
Along with the president, The Vice President, Juan Marín, the Minister of the Presidency, Elías Bendodo, the Minister of the Treasury, Juan Bravo, and the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre attended. Andalusian parliamentarians Loles López, general secretary of the Andalusian PP, Julio Díaz, of Ciudadanos, José Fiscal, of the PSOE and the mayor of Almería, Ramón Fernández, have also been present.
‘Dean of Directors’
Javier González de Lara, president of the Andalusian employers association, has celebrated the good news of the birth of this journalistic initiative: ”When a media decides to report on the economy of a territory, it is because it knows the territory and bets on it”.
Likewise, he has pointed out that the arrival of EL ESPAÑOL in Andalusia supposes the strengthening of press freedom: “We must celebrate that fundamental rights continue to be valid” despite the pandemic.
In his speech, González de Lara has valued the figure of Pedro J. Ramírez: “We must strengthen the democratic image of our country, and Pedro J. does that as dean of directors”.
He referred to the executive president of EL ESPAÑOL as “a journalist by race who has known how to adapt to the demands of digitization” and concluded by thanking the commitment to freedom of the press and business, as well as the commitment to Andalusia.
The act, which has been carried out with all security and precautionary measures, concluded with the thanks of Juan Antonio Gutiérrez, regional director of ASISA in Andalusia.
Among the representation of the Andalusian business world, have attended Rosauro Varodirector of EL ESPAÑOL, Miguel Gallegopresident of the Migasa Group, Francisco Torres and Carlos AlvarezDirector of Communication and Marketing at Covirán, Jose Luis Garcia-Palaciospresident of Caja Rural del Sur, Alvaro Polo, Director of Human Resources at Abengoa. For his part, Joseph Castropresident of Sevilla Fútbol Club, has attended along with Jesus Gomezpress officer of the club.