The president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, shared a table with more than 20 journalists, media directors and communication directors from large companies based in Madrid and members of the Conecta Club to analyze the situation in the Autonomous Community and talk of the future opportunities and challenges of the region.
Once again with the Grupo Adolfo Palacio de Cibeles restaurant as the setting and sponsored by Aqualia, the Conecta Club has met again, in this case with García-Page as a guest, in a meeting that has served to discuss the political landscape , economic and social of Castilla-La Mancha.
Club Conecta brings together more than 70 journalists and communicators from Castilla-La Mancha in Madrid to highlight the region's cultural, social and economic heritage.
This club, whose members include directors and journalists of the most important national and regional media, as well as communication directors of large companies and consultants, thus continues with its forums, in which it will hold meetings with the main political, business, cultural figures and social of Castilla-La Mancha.
This is the third event promoted by the Conecta Club in the Spanish capital, after having started this cycle of meetings with the spokesperson for the national government and Minister for Territorial Policy, Isabel Rodríguez; and the president of the Castilian-Manchego PP, Paco Núñez.
These meetings precede an intense agenda between now and the end of summer, where political, economic and social leaders of Castilla-La Mancha will pass to share reflections with this group of journalists.