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How have we been communicating in times of #COVID19?

What has the communication been like during these months? Has there been too much “noise”? Has it been rather improvised? How should we communicate without creating confusion? What are the keys to communicating well in the future? If you want to know more you can follow the discussion between Jordi Martínez (Institut Cerdà) and Estrella […]

Taking risks to manage uncertainty

Salvador Alemany, President of Institut Cerdà Often, and especially in recent months, we all repeatedly ask ourselves how we should manage the situation we are experiencing and, in particular, what are the next steps we should take. In reality, one has the feeling that we have adapted to this new normal very fast, and have […]

The Tarragona Chamber of Commerce also joins the Air Quality Observatory

The initiative aims to continue to grow in the near future with more new memberships from public and private actors The Air Quality Observatory promoted by Repsol in collaboration with the Association of Chemical Businesses of Tarragona and coordinated by Institut Cerdà, expanded its membership this week to include the Tarragona Chamber of Commerce following […]

The tomato supply chain

During the first quarter of 2020, Institut Cerdà, detected an important issue affecting the agricultural and livestock sector requiring attention urgently: the low price they receive for their produce compared to the final sale price paid by the consumer.  Consequently, we have analysed the distribution of costs along the fresh food products supply chain. Due […]

How connectivity has changed sectors such as health, education or culture

Institut Cerdà has organised an online conference, “New mega-connected scenarios”, to assess how the Covid-19 crisis represents a turning point in the application of digital technologies and connectivity in our society. Representatives from the health, culture and training-entrepreneurship sectors met to discuss this hypothesis and predict the digital technology and connectivity related changes to come […]