The political conflict in which Catalunya is immersed will now be the protagonist at the award ceremony CEDMA of this year. As usual at this event, the Cercle d'Empresaris de la Marina Alta invited a businessman to make a presentation, and on this occasion they invited Josep Bou Vila, president of the Association of Companies of Catalonia.
Bou will talk about "Stability as the key to economic growth", defending the belonging of Catalonia to the Spanish state. Josp Bou is president of his family business, which from 1957 is dedicated to making bread. From 2015 is also president of the association of entrepreneurs of Catalonia, which brings together 500 companies and managers "who defend the respect for legality".
The XI CEDMA Gala will be held on Thursday, March 1, at 19: 30 hours at Hotel La Sella. The first part will be starred by the presentation, and in the second part the prizes of this edition will be delivered. The jury is scheduled to meet next February 16 to announce the three companies awarded in this edition. Our colleague Celia Marín will be in charge of conducting the event on this occasion.
The associations that have been able to present candidatures are the Hire Companies (AEA), Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs (APEFA), Tourism Promoters of Dénia (APTD), Tourist Entrepreneurs of Vall de Pop (ATEVAP), Businessmen of Repair Shops of Vehicles of the Marina Alta (ASETRAMA), MLS Dénia Real Estate, Multisectorial of Businesses of Marina Alta (Multisecma) and Polygon Juyarco. The singular companies DASS, BPM Lighting, Shopping Center have also opted to present themselves Portal de la Marina and Marina Salud.
The winners will take a sculpture made by the artist Teo San José.
CEDMA president, Sonja Dietz, has confirmed the assistance of the Autonomous Secretariat of Sustainable Economy, Blanca Marín, and the Autonomous Secretary of Equality, Zulima Pérez. It is also expected to have the presence of politicians from throughout the region and a broad representation of the business of the Marina Alta.