As many as 14 Spain-based companies are ranked in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, evaluating sustainability and social responsibility in a variety of sectors.
Students at Universitat Politècnica de València are building their own development centre to improve their supersonic transportation prototype.
The world’s greatest skills competition, promoted by Spain in 1950, is taking place in Abu Dhabi from 15 to 18 October.
The High Commissioner for Marca España, Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros, participated in the 3rd Shopping Tourism & Economy Summit, held in Madrid, where shopping tourism and its impact on the image of Spain overseas were discussed.
Rafael Moneo is the first Spanish architect to be awarded the Praemium Imperiale, Japan’s most important prize for architecture. He was selected in recognition of his careful building designs, in harmony with the city landscape and the environment.
Representatives of Spanish firms were gathered by Forética, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Marca España to discuss the Business and Human Rights National Action Plan.
The Observatory at the prestigious Harvard University has become a reference centre in USA, promoting the use of the Spanish language and the knowledge of the Spanish culture.
The City of Madrid, the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, and the Spanish Trademark Association are organising a 5.2km race and a children’s gymkhana at the AZCA Gardens to raise awareness of the importance of copyrights.
The most prominent researchers from Spain attended the Science and Innovation Gala 2017, an event sponsored by Marca España.
Iran has become one of the most interesting Middle East countries for the automotive industry. In 2016, Spanish exports to this market were worth 22 million euro, a figure that is expected to be higher this year.
Every year, the event gathers more than 3000 professionals from over 100 countries around the world to discuss the future of the pharmaceutical industry.
The Spanish Association of Technology Companies for Defence, Aeronautics and Space (TEDAE) has organised ‘El espacio abierto’ (Open Space), an event where experts discussed the benefits the aerospace sector brings to society.
Madrid’s opera house is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its re-opening and its 200th birthday with a programme including Lucio Silla, Die Soldaten, Carmen, Aida and Gloriana.
The Colombian language institute celebrated its anniversary in a ceremony at the Instituto Cervantes headquarters in Madrid.
Marca España and the Group of UNESCO World Heritage Cities in Spain will work together to publicise the rich cultural heritage of the 15 Spanish cities on the list of UNESCO Word Heritages Sites.
The driving force of the Spanish economy attracts record numbers of tourists – nearly 47 million in the first seven months of the year –, generating revenues for 49,119 million euro.