The Center for Tourist Initiatives (CIT) of Marbella has renewed its Board of Directors with Juan José González at the headwho repeats as president of the city’s employers’ association for the fourth consecutive term after proclaim the new election on June 3as reported this Friday by the organization.
Thus, the new directive of the Association of Entrepreneurs and Professionals of Marbella (CIT Marbella), is headed by the lawyer Juan José González after being elected as president for the fourth term, while José Luque, Francisco Montero and Ricardo Bocanegra They have remained as vice presidents and José Carlos Moreno as a member, they have detailed from the group.
The proclamation of the new board of directors occurred on June 3, and after it, the representatives of the local employers wanted to keep this Friday a meeting with the representatives of the Municipal Corporation of Marbella, in which the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, and the deputy mayor and councilor for Finance and Commerce, Félix Romero, participated.
In it, it has been revealed “the excellent relationship between both institutions and the firm purpose of continue working on the same path of collaboration for the issues that affect the municipality of Marbella to continue being a tourist destination of excellence at a national and international level”, they have pointed out from the business organization.
During the meeting, the president of CIT Marbella, Juan José González, explained that it has served the group to transfer to the local Administration “the concerns that in the face of the summer has the business fabric”, among others, related to the processing of coastal stabilization projects by the central government or mobility issues. Likewise, he has pointed out that one of the challenges that are set is to increase the number of partners by 10 percent in the next four years.
For her part, the councilor, Ángeles Muñoz, received the new Board of Directors of the Association of Entrepreneurs and Professionals (CIT Marbella) at the Town Hall, a collective with more than half a thousand members and that “has the total municipal support to continue facing its objectives”.
The first mayor has highlighted the important work carried out by employers, “who has played a essential role during the health crisis”, and has emphasized the need to strengthen the lines of public-private collaboration “which bring so many benefits to the city and to the Marbella brand”.