Youth Economic Circle (YEC), a youth association promoting talent and business, economic and socio-political knowledge in Spain, brought together over 150 members and over a dozen personalities. Business You mediator Spanish coincides with the celebration of its annual convention, and its tenth anniversary.
Among the guests was Enrique Jiménez, CEO. Philip Morris Spain and Portugal; Evan Marten, Repsol Board Member; Carlos Rodriguez,brown, economist and journalist; Alberto Cabanes, CEO Adopt a Grandfather or Silvio González, CEO of Atresmedia.
Jacobo Vilas, President of the YEC, celebrated the first ten years of the history of the Association and the opening of the first international delegation in Lisbon. He explained that this milestone confirms the success of the YEC model.
As part of this celebration, the association has also distributed Entrepreneur Award which has been awarded in this third edition alba sanchez-disorderCEO of plant-based healthy food e-commerce start-up Coliflow.
On this occasion the leaders and entrepreneurs He talked about current affairs or economic and social issues with YEC members.
In addition, as part of promoting young talent and training, a master class was organized at IE University, led by Carlos SantisCEO and Founder of the World Impact Alliance, on maximizing relationships and networking.
This tenth anniversary serves to take stock of the growth and impact generated by the Association last decade, YEC has managed to establish itself among the young masses with the largest projection, a pool of talent attraction, and an environment to maximize personal growth and relationships.
The YEC currently has 340 members, located mainly among the delegations of madrid You barcelona, 95% of its members are under the age of 26, and 90% speak three or more languages. The association continues to grow with new members joining in, chosen for their qualities, skills and concerns.
The Youth Economic Circle is consolidated in Spain on its 10th anniversary