I’ve always pursued the comprehensive communication employed by professionals and their commitment with the client. Today, even more so.
Nacho G. Pandavenes
As a child I loved the stories of journalists and archaeologists. I’ve been both, but in the end I chose journalism, to focus on today’s adventures instead of yesterday’s. Now I learn about Defense.
First of all: inform. Shining some light amid the current avalanche of news is what motivates me. Information is key to comprehending such an influential sector. We’re on it.
I work in what I like, which is not a small thing. Today, more tan ever, the best-quality news is not always the fastest one, as García Márquez would say. I’m already half Madrilenian, but I’m still check out the weather in Murcia.
Killa Y. Cornejo
I collect everything I see through the eye of my faithful companion, the camera, which accompanies me wherever I go in order to be able to show viewers unpublished images of the world of Defence.
I love feeling the adrenaline rush of getting what you want, without leaving anything to chance, leaving all tied up. Every event is unique, unrepeatable and unforgettable. It’s not only my job, is my passion.
I’ve never liked routines; less so at work. In the fields of communication and events, no two days are the same.
Macarena Fdez. de Grado
After 20 years working with the defense and security sector, I still maintain that eagerness and excitement I had when I started.
Almost two decades at the service of the customer, being jovial and chameleonic. The most important thing is the feeling of having done a professional job and leaving customers satisfied.