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Closure in Mérida of the "Management Court for Social Economy Firms"

Aware of the importance of the agri-food sector in Extremadura, the Instituto Internacional San Telmo, a flagship business school in Southern Spain, yesterday closed in Mérida the "Management Course for Social Economy Firms", aimed at management teams from agri-food cooperatives.

This course, which has been given at the Parador de Mérida Hotel, has been aimed at managers, executives of cooperatives, sales management executives and, in general, focused on members of government teams in companies of the agri-food sector, as well as labor companies and providers of auxiliary services to the food chain in Estremadura.

Among the course's aims is to improve the global knowledge of the food sector and the understanding of the challenges in the current environment in each of its links.

The closing ceremony was chaired by the Course Director, Rafael Alarcón and Estremadura entrepreneurs, Luis Felipe de la Morena and Carlos Arce, who have always backed the training syllabuses of this business school.