Monthly Archives: July 2010
Today July 17, my friends and I were participating in the finals of the Tennis Master Series in Barcelona. From left to right, Nichi Pacheco, Pedro Merino, and me. We enjoyed a lot. It was a fantastic experience.
News taken from the Edmonton Journal. Click on the following link to read the full article. Province should track arthritis patients not ready for surgery: U of A researchers EDMONTON – Two University of Alberta researchers believe the province should … Continue reading
News taken from the Edmonton Journal. Click on the following link to read the full article. Tourists urged to boycott Alberta U.S. billboards latest tactic in struggle over oilsands’ public image EDMONTON — The oilsands public relations war heated up … Continue reading
Today July 13, Albena and I experienced how Flamenco is danced and lived. We attend to a Flamenco Spectacle at “Palacio del Flamenco” in Barcelona. The show was excellent. I liked very much how dancers (bailaor) feel the Flamenco and … Continue reading
There is an open job position for a phd or near phd completion in management or organizational studies at Grant MacEwan University’s School of Business. MacEwan School of Business is a vibrant place to work, which is constantly evolving.
These days my life in Barcelona is not so quiet. On July 5, I finished one of my longest personal projects ever, I obtained my phd degree. The topic of my dissertation is about how and why firms’ marketing capability … Continue reading
This was a very nice lunch after Defense. We are in the picture, from left to right, Albena Pergelova (brand new Ph.D.), Josep Rialp (Dissertation Supervisor), Joan Llonch (Member of Evaluation Committe), Helena Alves (Member of Evaluation Committe), Diego Prior … Continue reading
I hope all Canadians living in #Canada and abroad are having fun today July 1. I am proud of Canada, it is a warm (because of its people) and a beautiful country.