Cámara Orihuela is present today at the first Summit of Technological Innovation and Circular Economy held in Madrid. The event, organized by Cámara España through the Incyde Foundation and Advanced Leadership Foundation, features the presentations of five Nobel prizes. They are the former US President Barak Obama, the 1991 Nobel Laureate in Medicine Erwin Neher; Flynn Kydland, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics; Christopher Pissarides, Nobel Prize in Economics 2010 and Barry Barish, Nobel Prize in Physics 2017.
The president of Cámara Orihuela, Mario Martínez, and the first vice president, Pedro Mancebo, attend this important event after being invited by the president of Cámara España, José Luis Bonet. The secretary of the entity, Julio Navarro, is also present.
What is sought in this summit is to provide political and economic leaders, as well as society in general, with the necessary tools for technological innovation and digital transformation, change the current model to the circular economy . That is, optimizing resources and flows of materials, energy and waste while making a transition to renewable energy sources. The ultimate goal is to build economic, natural and social capital.
“The change of economic model is a fact, and our companies have to be increasingly competitive through new forms of management,” said Mario Martinez. The president of Chamber Orihuela has apostille that “technological innovation allows us to move towards that change.” To this he said that we must have “in mind that we have to be increasingly respectful with our environment, taking a step further in the concept of corporate social responsibility and taking it from companies to society as a formula to continue growing and improving our quality of life while preserving the resources we have, which we know are limited. ”
For Martínez, the fact that Cámara Orihuela has been invited to the summit “is a boost to the work we are doing.” That is why she has indicated that “we want to continue carrying it out with those who are part of our institution.” “We want to be ambassadors of the change of economic model and that in it, each and every one of the people who live and develop their projects and illusions in our territorial area”.
The commitment of Cámara Orihuela does not end with the summit. During the next year the institution will host the talks and presentations that will have to give the three hundred people who will be trained as leaders. These people will be prepared by the leading experts in innovation, digital transformation, circular economy and sustainable development.
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