InventARTE is a half-day event organized by El Ser Creativo. An event of positive ideas. For one day, attendees will enjoyed InventARTE with optimism, with movie stories, with real heroes ...
a unique opportunity to discover new possibilities for personal and professional success, promote your talents and transform difficulties and changes into opportunities.
Margarita Álvarez: Organise yourself to be happy
Margarita Alvarez is the Director of Marketing and Communication at Adecco. Studied law. During the time at University, had the opportunity to work in several companies each year (Insurance, Studio Photography, Tax, Naval Engineering and Electronics). Did an MBA at the Business School and since, continued to work as a tutor and teacher. At the end of the master began working at Coca-Cola where she spent 15 years, the last, as Assistant to the President and as Experiential Marketing Manager, as well as President of Coca-Cola Institute of Happiness. For two years her career is linked to the Adecco Group.
María de Villota: Formulas to be optimistic
First Spanish women in the F1. First women to compete in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), in the Superleague Formula and in obtain the Pole Position in the Ferrari Challenge championship in 2006. Furthermore, she participated in the Formula 3000, in the 24 hour Daytona in 2005 and in the ADAC Procar German touring car championship. On 3 July 2012 she had a serious accident at Duxford aerodrome (Cambridgeshire, UK) where she lost her right eye. Released from hospital at the end of July, she underwent more operations "aimed at eye and cranial reconstruction". Always smiling, de Villota currently works with the Ana Carolina Diez Mahou Foundation, which helps people who suffer mitochondrial neuromuscular disorders. She is also a member of the Pilot Commission of the International Automobile Federation (initials in French FIA), Ambassador of Women in Motorsport Commission of the FIA and member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Royal Automobile Federation.
Albert Espinosa: Life experiences
Writer, actor and film director. Creator of '4th Floor' and the TV series 'Red Bangles', which was based on his own life experiences. At the age of 13 he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma and had a leg amputated. He suffered metastasis and also had to remove a lung (16) and the part of his liver (18).
At 19 he began to study for Industrial Engineering at the Technical School of Industrial Engineering of Barcelona at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
Pablo Iraburu y Migueltxo Molina: The Ridge
Directors of the documentary film Pura Vida / The Ridge. They recount the details of the heroic mission to rescue the Iñaki Ochoa de Olza the Navarrese mountaineer. Iñaki Ochoa died in Annapurna, in the Himalayas, in May 2008. "Pura Vida" is a detailed reconstruction of the rescue operation involving some of the best mountaineers in the world that tried to save his life. As a finishing touch to INVENTARTE the film will be shown with unpublished images taken by Iñaki Ochoa himself and an audiovisual file of these days filmed by the rescuers. In addition, it includes excerpts from the climbers who travelled to Annapurna to cooperate in the operation.
Juan Manuel Montilla: Don't tell me I Can't do it
Conocido como El Langui es un MC y actor miembro del grupo La Excepción. El Langui padece parálisis cerebral, enfermedad causada por la falta de oxígeno durante el parto.
En 2007 realizó su debut en el cine, en la película El truco del manco por la que consiguió el Premio Goya al mejor actor revelación así cómo el Premio Goya a la mejor canción. También es autor de un podcast llamado Radio Taraská. Actualmente colabora en el programa de "Levantate y Cardenas" por las mañanas y por las madrugadas en el programa "La noche es nuestra" en la radio EuropaFM del grupo OndaCero. En lo relativo a su vida personal está casado y tiene dos hijos.4 El Langui padece parálisis cerebral, enfermedad causada por la falta de oxígeno durante el parto.
Electric Nana: Live performance
Singer who mixes pop with electronics eighties British creating a unique and personal style. Composer of her own songs, creates a fresh and original style of music. Her passion for music make her a limitless artist. Able to focus on different types of mussic and different languages. Known for being an artist born in the 2.0 world, which uses social media to connect with your audience, publish your new songs and share their experiences in a very spontaneous way. Was the first artist to join the Plan B project composing alongside with Carlos Jean songs like "Lead the Way", which was number 1 in sales on iTunes and major country radio stations. On 2012 Electric Nana turns one year since she began her solo career bringing her style of music to a more personal level at her new company: MUWOM.
Santiago Zannou: A movie life
Spanish film director. His vocation to films started, as he says , when his older brother, record producer, worked on the sound-track of a short film. At the time, he read the letter of some children who had smuggled into Belgium travelling in the undercarriage of a truck, and with it discovered his vocation to tell stories. After meeting Juan Manuel Montilla, El Langui, a rapper and member of the group La Excepcion, on a journey to Madrid he decided to write the story that was later to become his first feature film, El Truco del Manco (2008) for which he won a Goya for the best new director in the 23rd edition of the Goya Awards. Previously he had written and directed two short films, "Cara sucia" (2004) for which he was a candidate for the best short fiction film in the Goya Awards, and "Mercancias" (2005). On his last movie, "Alacran enamor ado", started Carlos and Javier Bardem.