On Thursday June 13th took place in Madrid a Il Cenacolo with Guest of honor and Keynote speaker Daniel Lacalle, who spoke on the theme “The Spirit of entrepreneurship and the personal factor”.
Daniel Lacalle is a PhD in Economy and fund manager. He holds the CIIA financial analyst title, with a post graduate degree in IESE and a master’s degree in economic investigation (UCV). Chief Economist at Tressis SV; Fund Manager at Adriza International Opportunities; Member of the advisory board of the Rafael del Pino foundation; Commissioner of the Community of Madrid in London; President of Instituto Mises Hispano; Professor at IE business school, IEB and UNED; Ranked Top 20 most influential economist in the world 2016 (Richtopia). On January the 30th Mr Lacalle was mentioned in the US House of Representatives by congressman Mr. Joe Wilson from South Carolina, citing his article Do Not Forget About Cuba.
The Cenacolo will take place at the Hotel Santo Mauro – Autograph Collection – Zurbano, 36 – 28010 Madrid, starting at 7.00 pm.
We are very grateful to Prof. Daniel Lacalle for having accepted our invitation for a memorable Cenacolo at its first edition in Madrid!
The Cenacolo is an international think thank reserved to entrepreneurs, professionals and opinion leaders who tell their story by sharing their talent, their ideas and future perspectives. It’s divided into a dinner preceded by an aperitif for up to 20 people at a single table along with a Keynote Speaker.
The purpose of The Cenacolo, coordinated by Francesco Sansone, President and CEO at Valore, is to stimulate that cultural deepening for a new humanism and for innovation to inspire a modern and conscious leadership, based on responsibility and agile mindset, with reference to the models, in the books of which Francesco Sansone is the author “Flexible Thinking” and “Responsible Leadership”.
The motto of The Cenacolo is “Appreciating ideas and Values“, wanting to combine the sharing of ideas with the pursuit of excellence in taste and conviviality.
The Cenacolo of Valore follows the norms dictated by ChatHam House Rule, for which information on the introduction is implicit, neither of any other participants.