Julio Pérez is a self-made man. He studied Computer Engineering at the University of Seville, and, after working as a programmer for a few years, he decided to start his own business. He founded Soltel, a company that offers R&D systems engineering services aimed at smart cities that has 190 employees.
Her family was part of the co-op that manufactured cheese in Montefrío, but it was shut down. Later, Nieves Zamora and her parents bought the company and, since then, Queso Montefrieño is a family business. In 2017, they received two medals in the World Cheese Awards, one of the most prestigious contests of its kind […]
They were classmates when they studied design and they decided to join forces and created a studio in Granada that was specialised in branding and multi-media: La Sastrería. Roberto Romera and Efrén Mellado won two Anuaria Awards 2017, the Spanish graphic design awards that are delivered annually. Their clients are from all over Spain and […]
In his country of origin, Senegal, he was a volunteer. Assane Top arrived in Granada in 2002 and visited Granada Acoge in order to ask some advice on his paperwork. In 2016 he became president of the association that helped him and that celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2017.