Nae joins forces with Digitales to promote digitalization in Spain
The entity brings together the top technology and telecommunications companies
The Digitales association, which held its first conference in June, was founded as a meeting point for the segments involved in digitizing the economy and society.
The aim is to develop proprietary initiatives or those in collaboration with public and private entities so as to transform Spain into a model for digital development in Europe.
Nae joins the more than 20 companies that comprise Digitales, which includes telecommunications providers such as Euskaltel, Masmóvil, Orange, Telefónica and Vodafone, as well as technology firms like Nokia, Ericsson and IBM, among others.
The lines of action of Digitales can be summarized into four points:
- To support the potential of digital innovation as a developmental driver of the economy and society.
- To expand the business possibilities and to facilitate investments and job creation, thereby favoring improved results and growth for companies through their digitalization.
- To show society the positive impact of technology, innovation, and digitalization on the day-to-day activities of businesses and people.
- To build solid alliances with public entities and other bodies that make it possible to boost and speed up this development and the decisive role of Spain in the European and international context.
With our participation in Digitales, we hope to use our experience and knowledge to contribute towards driving the digital transformation of citizens, companies, and public entities.
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