Emiliano García draws attention to the seven million euros investment in innovation in the same period
The Lluís Alcanyís Foundation – Universitat de València and the World Sustainable Urban Food Centre of Valencia (CEMAS) are working on the general introduction of food sustainability at the Valencia Conference Centre
The Lluís Alcanyís Foundation-Universitat de València (FLA-UV), the World Sustainable Urban Food Centre of Valencia (CEMAS), and the Valencia Conference Centre signed an agreement to promote food sustainability through the monitoring, dating, and assessment of food waste at the Valencia Conference Centre.
Emiliano García says that forecasts for 2023 show an optimistic outlook, with an increase in activity of 14%.
The balance sheet for the 2021 financial year demonstrates the Centre's solvency to meet its ordinary obligations and the beginning of the recovery of the business.
Emiliano García: “The renovation exemplifies the standards of excellence which define the entity's facilities and services"
The Valencia Conference Centre continues to be committed to a greener and more inclusive future, which is why, as part of the actions carried out to achieve the 2030 agenda, it has produced a Guide for the organisation of sustainable events. This manual has been presented today to the internal team and collaborating entities, in a meeting in which the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Emiliano García, has participated and in which it has been shown how the sum of the team's efforts can become a leverage for change in sustainability in business tourism. This initiative, whose launch coincides [...]
The Valencia Conference Centre board of directors aproves the award of the tender for the replacement of the building seatse
At today's extraordinary meeting of the Board of Directors of the València Conference Centre, the award of the tender for the replacement of the seats and carpeting in auditoriums 1 and 2 of the building was approved
Emiliano García: "The pandemic has accelerated digitization and innovation processes, thanks to which event management has been optimized"
In 2022, the Conference Centre is set to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels of business and revenue is expected to grow by 59%
Emiliano García: "The indicators are optimistic and point to levels of business similar to 2019"
In line with its commitment to the environment and to mark World Tourism Day, the Conference Centre staged its 'Time Capsule' event, to raise awareness about sustainable development.