Joan Margarit talks about the economic recovery after the pandemic, explains the "champagne effect" and proposes four steps to turn a project thought up in the middle of the COVID-19 era into a profitable business.
TBS in Barcelona's Virtual Fly-In 360º Experience project won the 'Coup de coeur du public' (public favorite) award at the TBS Innovation Awards yesterday. The initiative competed against 14 other innovative projects of the school in the framework of the TBS Innovation Day.
Advances in vaccionation have allowed many events that were impossible to celebrate until now to return back to pre-Covid-19 normality. For example, professional faires and congresses have started to be organized.
Yesterday took place the awarding of the TBS in Barcelona Master in Management and MSc diplomas. The event took place virtually and brought together two promotions of students: the classes of 2019 and 2020 since last year they were unable to celebrate their graduation.
On June 1 took place the presentation of the Honorary Distinctions of Caritas Diocesana de Barcelona to the TFG and TFM (Bachelor's and Master's degree final projects) with greater social content of the 2020-2021 academic year. The award ceremony was held virtually, due to health restrictions. The distinctions were awarded by a jury of Cáritas Diocesana, which evaluated the projects presented by the students of the B3 Entrepreneur and Digital Transformation tracks.
TBS Education has a new president. He is Pierre Hurstel, elected by the TBS Board od Directors as the school's new president, with the support of the office of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulouse (CCIT). Hurstel replaces Philippe Robardey, who has chaired TBS since 2017.
The new issue of Esencial magazine is now available, a magazine with all the latest news from the TBS Barcelona campus in Spanish and English. Esencial #46 contains reports, book recommendations, and articles about the events that have taken place on campus in recent months.
Choosing what to study and where to study can be very complicated. At TBS we are very confident about the quality and added value of our Bachelor in Management. For this reason, today we bring you '10 reasons to choose the TBS Bachelor in Management', which can help you make your decision.
Not having well-defined objectives can demotivate us and prevent us from achieving what we want to achieve. Joan Margarit discusses the importance of setting appropriate goals and explains the SMART method.
Yesterday a UNIR Project debate took place around the issue of irregular immigration and the perceptions and attitudes it generates. The debate counted with the participation of Sebastian Rinken, Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute.
In 2002, the United Nations General Assembly established May 21 as World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Since then, this date celebrates multiculturalism and reminds the importance of preserving cultural diversity as a source of wealth and knowledge.
The Barcelona ReAct conference took place from April 13 to 16. The event aimed to present the Barcelona Green Deal, a new agenda to reactivate the city's economy by 2030.
On Tuesday 8th of June, TBS Innovation Day arrives in a 100% online format.
UNESCO, the United Nations body in charge of education, proposed an Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Roadmap for 2030. As an educational institution, we believe we must educate on sustainability and align the governance and culture of TBS with the SDGs.
On May 12, Europe celebrates the Day of SMEs, small and medium-sized enterprises, a key part of the business and productive fabric throughout the continent but also the most affected by the consequences of Covid-19.
This 15th of May sees the return of one of the most magical nights to visit Barcelona, the Nit dels Museus 2021 (Museums Night 2021). On Saturday night the most emblematic museums and buildings in the city and the metropolitan area open their doors to everyone exceptionally from 6 pm to 10 pm.
We are increasingly aware of the importance of caring for our environment and combating climate change. This change of mentality in consumers has also increased the supply of sustainable fashion and has allowed the emergence of new brands that are presented as alternatives to fast fashion. That is why today we bring you a series of recommendations to have a more sustainable closet:
Spain is not only attractive for its climate and lifestyle, but it is also an excellent place to establish a startup. Its cities have very attractive ecosystems for startups, in addition to having two startup hubs (Barcelona and Madrid) that are among the top 6 in Europe. The country manages to position itself as the third destination for technological talent in Europe and fifth worldwide.
Given the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, the TBS campus in Barcelona has taken a series of measures in terms of capacity, hygiene, and collective responsibility that are set out below. The current study mode at TBS in Barcelona is a hybrid format, with face-to-face students and others who attend classes remotely. Such steps are […]
What do we understand by social transition? What kind of world do we want to live in in the future? What role do we think the school can play in this change? What do we think is a priority to change? These were some of the questions that were addressed yesterday at the UNIR debate at TBS in Barcelona, an internal debate without a speaker to rethink the school and its role in the future.
To celebrate that this Sant Jordi we can go out for a walk and visit the bookstores, we bring you our recommendations of books on management, tourism, finance and marketing, all of them available in our catalog and recommended especially for students.
The Sportsfluent project reaches the finals of the Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge and will represent TBS in the last phase of the competition.
The Port of Barcelona and the City Council signed a collaboration agreement to develop a blue economy hub during the Barcelona ReAct days. This agreement represents a step forward towards a more sustainable maritime economy, as well as a commitment to the future for the economic development of Barcelona.
Despite the pandemic, Barcelona manages to remain among the 25 most competitive cities in the world and stands as a technological pole of international reference.