What is Fundación San Telmo?
Fundación San Telmo is an independent non-profit organization with the purpose of fostering the economic and business development of Southern Spain and some of its industries and guilds internationally. It was founded by public deed on July 28, 1982.
Considering its objectives, HRH King Emeritus Juan Carlos I of Spain accepted to be the honorary President of Fundación San Telmo. He chaired the 1st Alumni Association General Assembly and he officially opened the new San Telmo’s facilities. Their Majesties The King and Queen of Spain attended and opened the 4th Alumni Association General Assembly in 2006. Ten years later, HRH King Felipe VI of Spain also opened the 6th Alumni Association General Assembly and he accepted to be the Honorary President of San Telmo, as his father had done previously, now as new king of Spain.
In September 1982, Fundación San Telmo created a Senior Management Training and Development International Center for Busines and Public and Private Institutions called “San Telmo Business School”, which has received the academic support of several international institutions since its foundation.