Roberto Martínez (Marnys) and José Manuel Mateos (Scentium Flavours) emerged as winners at a gala closed by Fernando López Miras
ENAE Business School celebrated this Friday the 30th anniversary gala of its Executive MBA, an event that hosted the delivery of the 1st Executive ENAE awards granted by the business school. The awards, created to commemorate this anniversary, have aimed to recognize the work and professional evolution of the former students who have completed this master’s degree, and whose winners have been chosen at the discretion of a jury made up of personalities from the institutional, academic and business fields. .
The prize for the CEO category of a large company was awarded by the president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, to José Manuel Mateos Guirao, general director of Scentium Flavors. For its part, the recognition of the category of CEO of SMEs, delivered by Miguel López González de León, general director of ENAE, awarded Roberto Martínez Moeckel, general director of Marnys.
The event, which brought together more than 400 people, including a multitude of personalities from the Region, businessmen and former students of the Murcia business school, also hosted the ENAE Alumni annual dinner. At this event, the alumni association named its honorary member this year, a recognition that went to the CEO of the Disfrimur Group, Isabel Sánchez Serrano.
The president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, a former student of the School’s master’s degree, was in charge of closing the event and praised “ENAE’s work for helping the Region of Murcia continue to grow”. Likewise, he highlighted the role of training in the business world: “It is important that companies and public administrations make decisions based on technical criteria and advised by professionals who have good training in these areas.”
In addition to López Miras, prominent personalities and authorities of the Region of Murcia, attended the celebration such as the Minister of Economy, Finance and Digital Administration, Luis Alberto Marín, the Councilor for Equality, Youth and Development Cooperation of Murcia, Teresa Franco, and the mayor of Urbanism, Environment and Ecological Transition of Murcia, Andrés Guerrero, in addition to several general directors of the Autonomous Community.
Likewise, the presidents and representatives of various institutions, associations and professional associations attended, such as the president of the Murcia Chamber of Commerce, Miguel López Abad, the president of FREMM, Alfonso Hernández, the president of AJE Murcia, Ginés Ángel García, the president of Adimur Antonio López, as well as the president of Human Resources, Josefa Jiménez, the president of OMEP, María José Puche, and the president of Colabora Mujer, Josefina Lozano, among others.
The inaugural speech was given by the president of the Fundación Universidad Empresa de la Región, Antonio Ballester. “At ENAE, we feel privileged to have been part of the professional life of the more than 600 managers who have completed our Executive MBA, many of whom are joining us tonight,” he highlighted. “Business schools have, not only the commitment, but also the moral obligation, to offer businessmen and professionals continuous training that allows them to acquire the necessary skills to operate in this dynamic and globalized context.”
For his part, Francisco Provencio, president of ENAE Alumni, pointed out that “in the ENAE alumni association we are committed to promoting our professionals and creating the ideal networking environment to continue promoting business opportunities.”
The gala was sponsored by Grupo Huertas, CaixaBank, ElPozo and Vidal Golosinas, with the collaboration of Cítricos La Paz, Muebles Montiel and Grant Thornton.
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