Entries by Institut Cerdà

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 […]

Salvador Alemany, new President of the Institut Cerdá

The Board of Trustees of the Institut Cerdá appointed Salvador Alemany Mas as the new President of the Foundation, replacing Joan Molins Amat. Salvador Alemany has been President of Saba Infraestructuras, S.A. since December 2011. Before that, he was president of Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. from June 2009 to May 2018; an executive director of Abertis […]

Telecommunications beyond Covid19

Carlos Cabrera Massanés General Director, Institut Cerdà Tony Jin Yong, CEO of Huawei Iberia, recently stated that “connection is one of the drivers not only of digital transformation, but also of personal relationships. In the current context is precisely when both connections are closer than ever.” The current pandemic has led us to integrate into […]

One more step towards the community circular economy

Last March the European Union approved the New Circular Economy Action Plan that aims to modify our production and consumption guidelines. The plan indicates the path towards a competitive and climate neutral economy of empowered consumers. The new action plan aims to make our economy fit for an ecological future and strengthen our competitiveness, contemplating […]

#EstoNOtienequePARAR

Institut Cerdà has joined the “#EstoNOtienequePARAR” initiative that has been promoted by more than 3,000 companies of all sizes that support the different productive sectors of the country. The initiative aims to publicly recognise, value and support all companies, their workers and their employers who, at the moment, are doing what has to be done […]