Dídac Lee. CEO.
Since the inception of his first enterprise in 1995 (software development company Intercomgi), Dídac has not ceased to innovate and to tackle new business opportunities in the new technologies sector. He is a regular guest speaker at the University of Barcelona and the University of Girona (Spain) and a columnist for the Economy section of El Periódico. He holds a degree in Management from IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain). PDG del IESE.
Roque managed renewable resource projects for over five years and has spent just as many directing new technologies companies, with a particular focus on online business strategy. Before joining Inspirit he was general director of Scubastore.com, a leading global online retailer of scuba diving equipment. Roque is an industrial engineer with an MBA from ESADE Business School (Barcelona, Spain) and Kenan-Flagler Business School (North Carolina, USA).
With a degree in Economics from the Universidad del País Vasco, Laura previously worked at the auditing and consultancy firm Arthur Andersen and in the Caja Navarra Group. Her career includes having been member of the Board of Directors of Caja Navarra for 5 years, and later having been appointed Deputy Managing Director, with direct responsibility over the institution’s technical areas, a position that she occupied until her incorporation in Corporación Caja Navarra in 2008. She was subsequently responsible for the venture capital investments area, Capital Semilla, with a portfolio of 90 investments and €60 million turnover. To date, she is Director in 10 companies and 3 institutions, all of which are based in the technology area, including the internet-based business incubator DaD, Start Up Capital Navarra, Spamina, Abiquo or Lokku.
Of Jordi’s 15 years in the field of financial management of service-based companies, 10 have been spent turning new technologies start-ups into revenue-generating companies. Before joining Inspirit he was the financial director of Tempos 21, a joint venture between Telefónica, Ericsson and HP in the development of mobile phone applications, and prior to that he directed online travel portal eDreams. He worked in the Silicon Valley as controller of enCommerce and Thru-Put Technologies. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona (UAB) and a Masters in Financial Management from Carnegie Mellon University (Pennsylvania, USA).
Santiago Sánchez. CEO.
Santiago is a 15-year veteran of the services sector. He has been acting general director of Conzentra since 2002, and prior to that was director of Soluziona (currently Indra) and France Telecom. He holds an advanced degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Calalonia (Spain) and an MBA from EAE Business School (Barcelona, Spain). He is an associate professor at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona) and collaborates regularly with faculty at LaSalle University (Barcelona).
David is a project management veteran, with more than a decade of experience in a wide range of companies from the European Space Agency to Abantsys Software (currently integrated into Conzentra) where he is still director and partner. David earned an advanced degree in Telecommunications Engineering as well as a Masters in Project Management from La Salle University (Barcelona, Spain). In addition, he holds an MBA from ESADE Business School (Barcelona) and Duke University (North Carolina, USA). He gives seminars on Technological Company Management as well as Project Management at ESADE, and collaborates with various EAE and La Salle Masters programs.
Santiago Sánchez. CEO.
Ángel has 14 years of experience in the creation and direction of online projects for key accounts. He founded Metafora Digital in 1999 and later oversaw its successful integration with Conzentra. Ángel remains partner and director of Metafora. He holds a degree in Publicity and Corporate Identity from ICOMI (University of Abat Oliba, Spain). He is an adjunct faculty member of various universities including La Salle University (Barcelona, Spain), the University of Barcelona (UAB) and ICOMI.
Cristian Lazarte. General Director of Intercomgi Argentina.
Cristian’s experience in the IT sector is varied and extensive. He has worked for companies like Bank Boston, Techint and Ford (Argentina), He joined Intercomgi in 1993. He holds a degree in Systems Engineering from the National University of the Central Province of Buenos Aires (UNCPBA).
Andreu Gil. Co-founder and General Director.
Andreu counts a full 25 years of entrepreneurial and business experience in the telecommunications sector. He is a founding partner and acting general director of EAISA, a company later acquired by Cable & Wireless, where he continued as general manager. He is also founding partner of S3 Storage and Security Services, Gwct Business Consultants and Activeo Business Development. He earned a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering from ESIC Business & Marketing School (Barcelona, Spain).
Before starting up Hewlett Packard systems divisions in Techdata and Ingram Micro, Ramón worked in HP’s marketing systems channel. He was key account manager at Silicon Graphics as well as their channel director for Spain and Portugal before moving on to direct channels and alliances for Cable & Wireless in the same region. Before co-founding SPAMINA, Ramón was a founding partner of several companies including Storage Security Services and Activeo Business Development. He holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering and an MBA, both from the Polytechnic University of Calalonia (Spain).