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Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communications. IE Business School

30 October 2014

The recent floating of Alibaba and Jimmy Choo on the stock market, the success of sites like Tmall, and the interest shown by Twitter in e-commerce have marked the path that the luxury sector will be following in the not too distant future.

María García Ruiz. Professor. IE Business School

31 October 2014

The inclusion of coaching in business practices means that management committees are now more committed to making their management teams shine more brightly than the sum of their individual members acting on a stand-alone basis.

Victoria Gimeno. Director Institutional Relations. IE University

31 October 2014

Something that parents tend to have in common is that they want their kids to be eventually be able to stand on their own two feet, and coaching techniques are a very good tool for achieving just that.​

Silvia Leal. Professor. IE Business School

31 October 2014

While a quarter of the Spanish population is still unemployed, there are between half a million and a million jobs that remain unfilled in the ICT sector due to a shortage of appropriate profiles.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 October 2014

The current state of the eurozone economy is like a mirror image of that of Spain a year ago, which means we can reasonably expect to see growth in the coming year.

Enrique Sueiro. Professor. IE Business School

30 September 2014

Truth is increasingly valued on the stock exchange when it comes to business organizations’ intangible assets, and it just does not make sense to hide what everyone is going to find out sooner or later.

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