The new President of the Family Business Institute (IEF), andres sendagoortahas claimed the role of family businesses as “a source of prosperity and progress for Spanish society” during his speech at the IEF assembly this Wednesday.
sendagoreta in place of Mark Puig and will chair the IEG for the next two years.
The current president of the IEF has defended that Spanish family businesses work “for a better society” and has promised to pay attention “to matters relating to taxation, in particular inheritance and inheritance, and in family governance”.
“Our weight must be measured by who represents the family business in our model of society, and any objective observer will come to the conclusion that the family business is one of the key pillars on which Spanish civil society is based,” he said. . Sendagoreta.
He also recalled that during the last 30 years, Family businesses have been “active engines of Spain’s modernization”. and pointed out that the word “entrepreneur” should be associated with “a sense of creation of economic wealth and social progress”.
Sendagoorta has set a goal for the next two years of preserving the family’s “business legacy” before public officials, to keep their work noticed and allow them to “compete in the world without burden or harm”. can be given
«What we want is for all of us, businessmen, employees, civil society, city councils, regional governments and central governments, to unite in a common endeavor: as a signal to make possible the growth, progress and sustainability of family businesses To create and progress, structure and expression of national prosperity”, he said.
The new president of the IEF has asked both the government and the opposition who recognize the genius of the Spanish family business And rely on them for “building a country of coexistence in freedom and prosperity”.
survive the pandemic
On his behalf, his predecessor Mark Puig, in his farewell speech, pointed to the difficulties the society is facing. Epidemic and the war in Ukraine As a more explicit sample. Despite this, “we have gone through all these hardships together, supporting each other, sharing experiences and learning,” Puig said.
To him, the conclusion is clear and undeniable: “Despite the rigors of the times, we have resisted, we have adapted and we have also improved our work,” he said, recalling that all IEF companies have survived the pandemic. “And I think we can be very proud of the response we’ve given to this crisis, especially in the area of the demands and needs of our society.
Sendagoorta claims family businesses as “sources of prosperity” in Spain.