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Ramón Bescansa pointed out that TELEVES demonstrates that it is possible to compete in the international markets manufacturing and creating wealth in Spain

Santiago de Compostela, 23rd April 2009. Ramón Bescansa, chairman of TELEVES, pointed out that one of the key factors of the close relationship with the University is “their reality is based in the promotion of the knowledge, and the University is a synonym of it”.

Bescansa delivered these words in a brief speech of gratitude after receiving the Fulget prize from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Santiago de Compostela. This is in recognition of the company’s collaboration with the University to improve relations between the academic and the professional world.

The chairman of TELEVES also showed that one of the core beliefs of the company, inspired in its founders, is “the passion of doing things well”. “Televes has passion for producing”, Bescansa added. This refers to the mark made in Europe, distinction of technological vanguard and quality which the company’s products have. He also pointed out that TELEVES is demonstrating, thanks to its policy, that it is possible to compete around the world in the technological markets “being a company of reference, producing and creating wealth in Spain”.

Bescansa also praised the career of José Manuel Barreiro, chief executive officer of TELEVES, who received the gold medal of the University of Santiago de Compostela in the same ceremony. The chancellor presented it in appreciation of his work as professor and member of the Economical and Social Board of the University.


De izquierda a derecha: presidente del Consello Social de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (USC), decana de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, José Gabriel Barreiro, Ramón Bescansa y el rector de la USC, con el diploma acreditativo del premio Fulget a Televes.

From left to right: Chairman of the Social board of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), dean of the Faculty of Economics, José Gabriel Barreiro, Ramón Bescansa and the chancellor of the USC, with the Fulget prize's diploma presented to Televes


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