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IE University and The Spanish Exporters’ and Investors Club sign an agreement to promote Spanish Companies internationally

The Spanish Exporters' and Investors Club and IE University sign agreement

IE University and The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club will cooperate on training leaders and managers to face the new challenges posed in international business.

IE University and The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club have signed a collaboration agreement to promote the internationalization of Spanish companies.

Both institutions will cooperate on training leaders, managers and professionals to provide them with knowledge and skills that respond to the new scenarios and challenges posed in international business.

“We understand the importance of taking a holistic view of international trade, recognizing its impact on the economy and the development of countries, but above all, incorporating the perspective of small and medium-sized enterprises in global value chains.”
Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global & Public Affairs

The Spanish Exporters' and Investors Club and IE University sign agreementThe agreement, signed this Wednesday in Madrid by President of the Spanish Exporters and Investors Club Antonio Bonet and Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global & Public Affairs, will also see both institutions contribute to strengthening the links between the academic world and internationally active companies.

Within the framework of this agreement, the two institutions commit to jointly develop projects and educational activities, including courses, technical visits and international seminars and colloquiums, among others.

The agreement also provides for the hosting of volunteers and trainees, consulting studies with students, documentation and case studies, as well as the publication of joint editorials.

As part of this collaboration agreement, the Spanish Exporters’ Club and IE University have signed a complementary agreement that will facilitate the participation of member companies in IE’s Executive Master in International Trade (EMIT) program.

“The complexities underlying international markets, conditioned by different aspects, requires highly trained professionals to respond to new challenges.”
Antonio Bonet, President of the Exporters and Investors Club

Commenting on the agreement, Antonio Bonet, President of the Exporters and Investors Club, said: “The complexities underlying international markets, conditioned by different aspects, requires highly trained professionals to respond to new challenges. For this reason, being able to collaborate with an institution of national and international prestige such as IE University is an extraordinary opportunity that will benefit students and companies.”

Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global & Public Affairs, said: “At IE University we understand the importance of taking a holistic view of international trade, recognizing its impact on the economy and the development of countries, but above all, incorporating the perspective of small and medium-sized enterprises in global value chains.”