“In these challenging times, it is of the utmost importance to form strategic alliances to extend the reach of the Chamber’s message, its services and activities,” commented Juan Carlos Pereira, Executive Director of the Spain – U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “Moving forward during this unprecedented worldwide crisis, our members will require greater support to endure this difficult situation and prepare to actively contribute to the economic recovery once the emergency comes to an end.”
ABOUT THE SPAIN – U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
Established in 1980, the Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit organization that promotes businesses and international relations and is officially recognized by the Spanish Government. It is an active association of Spanish and non-Spanish companies representing a broad range of goods and services. The Chamber helps its members to achieve their objectives, facilitating the entry and development of their business in the American market and offering international trade, consulting and marketing services. It currently has more than 500 members, serving as a link between Spain, the United States and Latin America through its various activities.
ABOUT MIAMI EMPRESARIAL MAGAZINE:
Since its official launch in 2010, at the tail end of the economic downturn, Miami Empresarial has sought to spotlight South Florida’s business community and the distinctive, talented, energetic, creative, resourceful, resilient, and industrious individuals that keep it moving full speed ahead. In its printed and digital editions, the magazine’s content is tailored to entrepreneurs, professionals and officials to foreign nationals planning to travel/expand to Miami or already living/operating in South Florida.
Through its articles, profiles, features and event coverage pages, our publication strives to bring to the forefront the stories behind the industries, the companies and the people that contribute to the region’s strength and progress.
Miami Empresarial partners with top institutions and organizations, such as the Latin Builders Association, United HomeCare, the University of Miami School of Business, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, Frost & Sullivan, The Chicago Booth School of Business, Miami Finance Forum, EXTENDA/Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia (Spain), and other local, national and international professional organizations and chambers of commerce for up-to-the-minute developments and special events coverage.
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Javier Estades Saez, president of the Spain-US Chamber of Commerce and president of Tabacalera USA, recalled that 500 years ago Magallanes-Elcano accomplished the first circumnavigation of the world, showing the curiosity and adventurous spirit that defines Spaniards who throughout these centuries have imprinted a lasting mark on America. The president stated that “History is still alive and we have this example in the winners we are honoring today.” Finally, he stressed that “being part of the network of the Chamber of Commerce of Spain, which has 180 offices in more than 31 countries, makes us an excellent global business development platform and professional network.
Photos ©Spain-US Chamber Commerce/ Photograper: Alvaro Mata and Conceptual Avertising
Miami Empresarial Magazine was invited by our partners from Extenda and Turismo de España to a wonderful tree-stop culinary event – Starting out the evening’s Tour De Tapas with Turismo De España at Porcelanosa on Biscayne Boulevard.
Delighting our palate with Jamon Iberico, Manzanilla La Gitana and Las Tapas De Rosa.
Stop number 2 of the night extenda andalucia is Roca, also on Biscayne Boulevard. Surrounded by Roca’s exquisite stone and ceramic products and accessories for bathrooms, we’re enjoying a very special cava, Agustí Torrelló Mata, Spain’s bubbly.
Excellent presentation by master sommelier David de Castro, photographed with editor Rebeca Trujillo, who has taught us how to eat cheese (believe me, there’s a method!), sniff and twirl wine to taste it in its fullest splendor.
3rd stop was at cosentino miami, where we were welcomed with a glass of chilled TradicionX white wine and kind words by its manager Carolina Almeida and Soraya Zaoudi from Turismo De España.
Our multi talented cocinero (he doesn’t call himself chef), Florián Tomás, has concocted a very special entrée-on-tile with finger-licking great lamb chops and shrimp scampi! Oh, what a spectacular night!
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