Initiatives of CIEDES Foundation for the COVID-19 crisis

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Bioazul participates in the CIEDES Foundation campaign to make the initiatives of Malaga society visible in the crisis against COVID-19

The CIEDES Foundation is a private non-profit foundation, made up of the main institutions and entities in the city of Malaga. It was created on July 27, 1994 and its birth was a national milestone as it was the first time that all the institutions and the main economic and social agents of a city took the step of joining forces to work together for the future. .

The Board of Trustees of the CIEDES Foundation is made up of Ayuntamiento de Málaga, Cámara de Comercio, Industria y Navegación, Comisiones Obreras, Confederación de Empresarios, Diputación Provincial, Federación de AA.VV., Junta de Andalucía, Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía, Puerto de Málaga, Subdelegación del Gobierno, Unión General de Trabajadores, Unicaja and Universidad de Málaga.

The main objectives of the foundation are:

  • Carry out the Strategic Planning of the city of Malaga.
  • Achieve an active presence of Malaga in city networks at national and international level. These include CIDEU (Iberoamerican Center for Strategic Urban Development), AERYC (America and Europe of Cities and Regions) or RADEUT (Andalusian Network for Strategic Urban and Territorial Development);
  • Design and manage international cooperation projects and the exchange of experiences and good practices, through European and international funds, such as Ecos Ouverture; Urb-Al, Interreg or Poctefex.

Due to the current pandemic of COVID-19, the CIEDES Foundation has wanted to share from its web portal some of the initiatives that are being carried out by the trustees, companies and the whole of Malaga society to deal with this situation. In this way, it is shown that Malaga is a city and a province, resilient and supportive, that uses its creativity and capabilities to resist and adapt to changes.

Within the reflections of experts and professionals, Antonia Lorenzo (CEO of Bioazul) has participated in this campaign through a video where she tells how Bioazul has managed to adapt to the COVID-19 crisis by betting on telework, substituting international travel for teleconferences and even distributing new products like ozonizers. From Bioazul, Antonia sends a message of hope and optimism so that we all come out of this situation more reinforced.

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