This Thursday, at 6pm, members of the Innomnium Advisory Council met for the first time at CECOT(Terrassa) headquarters. The meeting also included the founding patrons and the executive team.

The Advisory Council, made up of people of prestige and high professional recognition in its field, aims to become an advisory and consultation body the Board of Trustees and the Directorate-General. It assists in aspects and topics that affect the strategy and development of activities, programs and projects of the Innomnium Foundation and in the strategic vision of the future. The recommendations, suggestions and advice of the Advisory Council will be taken into account by the Board of Trustees and the Directorate-General but will in no case be binding. The members of the Advisory Council are intended to become Ambassadors/se of Innomnium and contribute to their development, recognition and reputation in a direct way.

During the meeting, the Foundation's basic axes of action as well as campaigns, projects and programmes have been introduced related to the SDGs and territorial innovation in rural environments. Members of the executive team have been able to share the projects executed and the future expectations of the entity.

During the encounter; Albert Latorre, CEO and founder of Innomnium, has stated that "with the constitution of the advisory board, Innomnium as a non-profit startup, consolidates its corporate structure and opens itself to civil society to fulfill its founding mission."

The Innòmnium Advisory Council consists of:
Oriol Alba, CECOT Secretary General
Rosa Cubel, Director of Institutional Relations and Technology Transfer at IRTA
Daniela Freund, professor of tourism at Ramon Llull University
David Garrofé, CEO of Binillium
Xavier Lopez, Corporate and Operations General Manager, Eurecat
Karma Peiró, digital journalist and co-director of VIT
Joan Pino, director of CREAF