Just a few days ago, between the 12th and the 14th of March, the first edition of Andalusia Digital Week (ADW) was held in Seville, a meeting point for companies, entrepreneurs and administrations. This initiative, of Eticom and the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Seville (Fibes), was born with the aim of becoming a place of exchange of ideas and knowledge to contribute to the impulse of the digital transformation of our society and economy. Throughout those three days, the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Seville was the scene of more than 50 presentations and round tables in charge of 150 leading professionals from the economic, business and technology sectors.
One of the most outstanding meetings was the round table The aeronautical companies facing the challenge of diversification where the aeronautical sector has been discussed, one of the pillars of the Andalusian and National business sector. Moderated by Silvia de los Santos, Technical Responsible for the Aerospace Sector at the Technological Corporation of Andalusia, the table was attended by Sevillian Manuel Heredia Ortiz, Airbus CEO in Poland, Antonio Gómez Guillamón, co-founder and CEO of Aertec Solutions, Jesús Estepa Bracho, general director of Atexis in Spain and Rafael Contreras, Executive President of Carbures.
Carbures went to Paris to exhibit its industrial technology and engineering for the manufacture of parts and structures in composite materials. A few days ago, the Company showed its industrial capacity to hundreds of representatives and executives of companies in the sectors in which it operates in two events, both held in Paris. The first was held on March 5, SAMPE EUROPE-Summit Conference Paris 2018 at the Pullman Paris Hotel of the Tour Eiffel. SAMPE is a general organization dedicated to the promotion of technical excellence in materials and process engineering, with a total of approximately 15,000 engineers, technologists and materials scientists. It was founded in 1944 by California aerospace engineers with the goal of building a professional network and improving the exchange of technical information. Since that time, SAMPE has spread around the world and is divided into approximately 40 chapters.
Today, March 8, Day of the working woman, we want to congratulate all the women, but especially the girls who make up the Cádiz CF female team, sponsored by Carbures. For the work they do day by day and this year is paying off, the season they are doing is spectacular, and they are one step away from becoming the champions of their category.
The female team, started its first season as a team in 2016, at that time Carbures wanted to support and strengthen its ties with the Cadiz entity, becoming the main and first sponsor of the team trained by Emilio Soler, and currently it remains the only official sponsor of the club.
For Carbures it is a privilege to have all of them, with values such as; work, effort and competitiveness both within the field and outside of it.
This week Carbures has attended two important events. The first, Big Science Business Forum, in which for the first time the high-tech industry, known as 'Big Science' (a term given to science megaprojects) from around the world, has met in Copenhagen to present their offers to companies. The conference began with a welcome reception by the Minister of Education and Research, Søren Pind, welcoming all the companies and institutions. Carbures has been able to talk directly with those responsible for projects such as the large hadron collider (CERN) or the Extremely Large Telescope (ESO) and find the points of union between industry and science. The event has attracted 1,000 delegates from 25 countries and more than 20 agencies with an investment capacity of 12 billion euros. Carbures will be present at the stand of the Spanish delegation promoted by CDTI.