The Manuel Peláez Castillo Chair in Family Business at the University of Alicante wrapped up its nineteenth edition with an official awards ceremony for the students involved. in total 25 male and female students.
The UA President is promoted by the Association of Family Businesses (AEFA) in the province of Alicante and has the support of the IEF and the Manuel Peláez Castillo Foundation. Students are trained in family business related topics such as governing bodies, properties, wealth management, family protocols, business succession, management of intangible assets, CSR, among other topics.
In the closing ceremony, AEFA President Maite Antón; Vicente Sabater, President of the UA Family Business; and Javier Peláez, vice president of the Manuel Peláez Foundation. This edition of the course, intervention of 30 collaborators among entrepreneurs, family business professionals, family business managers and university professors. Likewise, 21 companies collaborated on the initiative.
The scheduling of this specialist course includes the development of visits to various family businesses in the province of Alicante, such as Chocolates Valor, Verne Technology Group, Giossepo and El Lobo, to familiarize you with the operation of the family business in your day. today.
The AEFA president, on his behalf, congratulated the Presidency’s students. Regarding this initiative, he emphasized that “family business is an indispensable and indispensable part of the economy of this province. Not in vain, let’s assume 92% of Alicante’s productive tissueThis is a figure that makes these business models a strategic link in the value chain of the economy of our city.”
Antón also explained to students that “85 percent of private employment is created by family businesses, and therefore, it is very likely that you are working in one of them, so it is very important that you know what companies are.” like relatives so you can contribute and develop new ideas”.
UA President Vicente Sabater stressed that “the reason for this event is the students and basically those who made this Chair and all the activities we do have survived over time”. Sabater explained that this call for the course was “with the participation of 25 students”. students came Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Law”.
On the other hand, the vice president of the Manuel Peláez Foundation described the Chair of the Chair as “an example of the great benefit of such activities”, which brings academia closer to the business world and conveys a 360-degree family business perspective. World. Peláez reminded that the Manuel Peláez Castillo Foundation has been collaborating for years with this initiative supported by AEFA.
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