LaLiga participates with Indian & Spanish economic authorities to strengthen cross-country relations

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Strengthening business ties between India & Spain, LaLiga, alongside a select group of entities, participated in an exclusive ‘Business Meeting’ co-organised by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, the Secretary of State for Trade through ICEX, the Confederación Española de Organizaciones Empresariales (CEOE) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

Mr. Jose Antonio Cachaza, the Managing Director of LaLiga India & Ms. Aakriti Vohra – La Liga Global Network Delegate, India participated in the business gathering presided over by Ms. Xiana Méndez, the Minister of State for Trade at the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, and Ms. Sumita Dawra, Special Secretary, Logistics, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

Additionally, LaLiga is a founding member of the luncheon organized by the Indo-Spanish Chamber of Commerce. An invitation was also extended to around 20 premier Spanish companies with operations in India.

The business gathering reconfirmed the robust connections that bind the institutions and corporate sectors of both nations. This commercial assembly served not only as a catalyst for collaborative efforts between the business entities but also as a chance to further explore fresh avenues for potential partnerships that benefit both nations. 

About LaLiga

LaLiga is a global, innovative and socially responsible organisation which is a leader in the leisure and entertainment sector. It is a private sports association composed of the 20 public limited sports companies (SADs) and clubs of LaLiga Santander and the 22 of LaLiga SmartBank, and is responsible for organising professional football competitions in Spain. LaLiga is the football competition with the most social media followers in the world, with over 164 million followers across 17 platforms in 20 different languages. With its headquarters in Madrid (Spain), it is present in 41 countries through eleven offices and 44 delegates. The organisation carries out its social work through its Foundation and was the world’s first professional football league to establish a league for intellectually challenged footballers: LaLiga Genuine Santander.

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