Málaga City Council
Málaga is today one of the most desired tourist destinations in Spain. To its privileged location and climate, Málaga has been able to add a first-class cultural and museum offer, with over forty museums, including the Museo Picasso Málaga, celebrating Málaga as Picasso’s birthplace, the Centre Pompidou Málaga, the CAC Málaga, the Museo Carmen Thyssen or the Museo de Málaga, among others.
Málaga has therefore become an essential place to visit for cultural tourism, to which has been added, more recently, the commitment to innovation, to become a Smart Tourist Destination. Málaga City Council is firmly committed to innovation as a tool for progress and development and is working with institutions such as the University of Malaga or the Technology Park of Andalusia (PTA) to develop an innovation ecosystem.
Accenture collaborates with more than 50 social services agencies around the world and is recognized for its thought-leadership, innovation capabilities and end-to-end delivery for clients spanning employment, family and child welfare, social security and pensions. With over 1400 practitioners, we work with agencies to re-shape their business and operating models, deploy innovative technologies and develop insight-driven and agile capabilities. We partner with leading universities and think-tanks to convene a leadership network and invest in cutting-edge research as well as convene executive-level events, where policy and practice meet, to further the advancement of social services and improve outcomes for the people they serve.
Edenred designs and delivers innovative solutions to assist public authorities in the implementation of their social policies. Edenred provides public entities with efficient means of distributing social benefits, respecting policy’s objectives and beneficiaries’ needs. These solutions are based on a wide range of technological options, from chip cards to biometrics tools and fully digital programmes.
Founded in 1994, Macrosad is an Andalusian cooperative devoted to education and social care. With over 4,500 professional care workers providing Home Care Services and assisting more than 14,700 people, Macrosad has 67 centres, including homes for older people, day centres, schools and early care centres.
Being a reference in the field of social sanitary services, 20% of its benefits are destinated to ‘’I+D+I’’ (Research+ development + Innovation ), and 80,3% of the management positions are held by women. Macrosad are pioneers in providing an intergenerational care service with more than 15 years of experience with this approach.
Committed to sustainability and social corporate responsibility, Macrosad was recognised in 2021 by the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge for their efforts against climate change. Macrosad’s fight against climate change is reflected in its zero-emissions green facilities.
The ONCE Foundation for Cooperation and Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities was created in February 1988, by agreement of the ONCE General Council, as an instrument of cooperation and solidarity of Spanish blind individuals toward other groups of people with disabilities for the improvement of their living conditions. In addition to ONCE itself, as a founding entity, the main organizations of people with disabilities in Spain are present in the ONCE Foundation, through its Board of Trustees, its highest governing body. It also includes the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI), which brings together the main organizations of people with disabilities, representing the 3.8 million people with disabilities and their families in Spain.
INGESAN is the Services subsidiary of OHLA, a company with more than 22,000 employees worldwide. INGESAN works in the following sectors: cleaning, maintenance, energy efficiency, attention to people and urban services; and has a workforce of more than 12,000 employees in Spain, Chile and Mexico.
Within the sector of Attention to People, INGESAN has more than 3,000 professionals, who carry out their work in practically the whole of Spain. This capillary network allows them to understand and analyse the situation of the healthcare system and project its future evolution according to demographic, economic, social and technological trends.
Their most outstanding projects include: Management of the Mirasierra Residence for the Elderly (Madrid), Malaga City Council Home Help Service, Management of Homes with Services for the Elderly of the Barcelona City Council, Management of the Montaverner Day Centre (Valencia), among others…