May 2021 Newsletter, which includes the video of an exclusive USEC event and links to a series of articles related to our community.
April 2021 Newsletter, which includes information on an exclusive USEC event and links to a series of articles related to our community.
Wednesday April 21st, 12 PM EST
(6 PM Madrid, Spain), 1 hour
The beginning of the Biden Era has created significant expectations for changes in the relations between the United States and its allies. In the first few months since the new president was inaugurated, we have witnessed important events that have a direct impact on the bilateral relations between Spain and the US. An example is the March 5th suspension of the tariffs between the US and the EU derived from disputes over public aid to Boeing and Airbus. We have also seen a strong push for multilateralism by the new US Administration as illustrated by its decision to rejoin the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
In this webinar, Spain’s Ambassador to the US, Santiago Cabanas and former US Ambassador to Spain, Alan Solomont, shared their views on how the relations between Spain and the US are being impacted and what the future may bring. The conversation focused on economic and business aspects among a wide variety of topics.
For more information and to watch the video of the webinar, follow this link.
February 2021 Newsletter, which includes an exclusive interview with Carlos Reines, President and Co-founder of RubiconMD, and links to a series of articles related to our community.
Carlos is the President and Co-founder of RubiconMD. Originally from Spain, he’s passionate about leveraging technology to drive change in healthcare and improve patient lives. Prior to RubiconMD, Carlos led a division at Telefonica, one of the largest telecom companies in the world. He began his career in digital health at Siemens Medical in Pennsylvania. He obtained his Engineering degree at the Polytechnic University in Madrid, Spain; with specialization in Biomedical Engineering at the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands. He also holds an MBA from Harvard. Carlos was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
USEC had a unique opportunity to hold this exclusive interview with Carlos to discuss his career, his international experience, his business, COVID-19, entrepreneurship and other topics..
See the full interview.