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Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communications. IE Business School

31 March 2016

The luxury industry has to create memorable experiences for its clients, connect with them on an emotional level, and start focusing on the smartphone channel, which will be a key market in the future.

Arantza Ríos. Professor. IE Business School

31 March 2016

By all means be a gear lever in your child’s life by helping them kindle the flames they have inside, but don’t do things for them that they can do for themselves.

Ricardo Pérez. Profesor. IE Business School

29 March 2016

It’s a critical moment for Twitter. Following a great success story, it is now facing the challenge of managing to grow its user base in order to ensure the bird can keep flying.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 March 2016

Contrary to what the media says, capital is not fleeing Spain. Rather, thanks to the ECB’s monetary policy, Spanish firms are funding themselves using cheaper loans.

Rafael Pampillón. Professor. IE Business School

28 March 2016

Recent growth forecasts do not justify the panic that we are seeing in world markets, and still less in the Spanish market.

Fernando Fernández. Professor. IE Business School

1 March 2016

Anchoring Spain in the euro, creating Jobs, promoting equal opportunities, reforming the social welfare system... the similarities between the aims of Spain’s two main political parties, PP and PSOE, are greater than they may suggest.

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