Tag Archives: Spain

Business Angels 2019 Report – Spain

If there are signs of a startup bubble, it’s not likely to burst in 2019, according to the investors surveyed in the 2019 report on business angels in Spain. The report offers a comprehensive look at the activity of Spain’s business angels and their relationships with startups in 2018, along with some projected trends for …
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Buenas Prácticas para la gestión de la igualdad, la diversidad y la mejora de la competitividad en la empresa

Do Spanish companies promote gender diversity and equal opportunities between men and women? A report by IESE’s Carmina Roca and Rafael Pich-Aguilera Women and Leadership Chair, based on a survey of the Spanish Association of Executives and Counselors, shows that there is still plenty of room for improvement. To access the full report, visit the IESE …
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GEM Spain 2018-2019 Report

This year’s edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Spain provides the most up-to-date picture of the state of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Spain. The report was sponsored by The Santander International Entrepreneurship Centre (CISE), Spain’s Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Association, the Rafael del Pino Foundation, Banco Santander (via Santander Universities) and Spain’s National Innovation Enterprise. …
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Spain’s Most Attractive Employers 2019

Google is the most attractive employer, according to Universum’s ranking of “Spain’s Most Attractive Employers 2019”. The annual talent attraction index compiles the results of Universum’s survey of students in the Spain. The survey for this ranking was carried out between October 2018 and March 2019 among 31,471 STUDENTS from 63 UNIVERSITIES. Apple and INDITEX follow up in …
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The Best Places to Work in Spain 2019

Great Place to Work®, a global benchmark in Human Resources research and management, this month presented awards to the 50 companies featured in the Best Workplaces Spain 2019. The original list of candidates included more than 328 companies of wildly varying sizes and sectors. For the “>5,000 employees” category, Mapfre is the best place to work. IKEA and Atento …
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El futuro del empleo y las competencias profesionales del futuro: la perspectiva de las empresas

Nearly three out of four Spanish companies have difficulty filling their job vacancies, a new survey of 53 major firms reveals. This study surveyed 53 large companies currently operating in Spain, which as of December 2017 employed nearly half a million people in Spain and nearly three million worldwide. Companies said they struggled with finding …
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Mujeres en los Consejos de las Empresas Cotizadas

The number of female directors on the boards of listed companies in Spain rose 3.9 percent during 2018 to reach a total of 268. This represents 20.3 percent of the total number of board members. The seventh annual report on the topic, prepared by IESE and Atrevia, highlights that these numbers still fall far short …
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OECD Economic Survey of Spain 2018

The OECD has recedntly published the “Economic Survey of Spain 2018”. According to the report, the Spanish economy continues its strong growth, thanks to past structural reforms, robust employment growth and accommodative macroeconomic policies. However, the legacy of the crisis has not yet been fully overcome and imbalances remain. The robust recovery provides an opportunity …
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The Best Places to Work in Spain 2018

Great Place to Work®, a global benchmark in Human Resources research and management, this month presented awards to the 50 companies featured in the Best Workplaces Spain 2018. The original list of candidates included more than 300 companies of wildly varying sizes and sectors. The companies that topped the ranking for 2018 are Vodafone España (in the “>1,000 employees” …
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Empresas Alemanas en España: Clima Empresarial y Expectativas 2018-2021

Nine out of ten German companies describe the economic situation in Spain as good or satisfactory while six out of ten expect it to continue improving throughout 2018 and 2019. These are some of the main findings of a new survey jointly prepared by the German-Spanish Chamber of Commerce and IESE’s International Center for Competitiveness. …
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