BTI Biotechnology Institute, a company specialising in oral implantology and regenerative medicine, has been awarded by the CEDE Foundation-Spanish Confederation of Executives and Directors with the Research Award “in recognition of its importance in the development of the biomedicine and biotechnology business sector in the Basque Country”.
The award was presented by Ángeles Delgado, patron of the CEDE Foundation, to Eduardo Anitua, founder and president of BTI, and the prize-giving ceremony took place in the Palace of the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, which was attended by prominent managers, businessmen and institutional representatives.
The prizes awarded by the CEDE Foundation recognise companies for their contribution in areas such as internationalisation, social commitment, business dynamisation and innovation. Along with BTI, the winners were CAF (Internationalisation Award), Ainhoa Lete (Entrepreneurship Award), Iñaki López Gandasegui (Business Promotion Commitment Award), Ternua (Sustainability Award), Hospital San Juan de Dios (Social Commitment Award) and Emiliano López Atxurra (Business Trajectory Award).
Eduardo Anitua participates in the CEDE Congress
The CEDE Foundation presented its annual awards for business excellence at the 21st CEDE Executives Congress, which brought together around 1,000 Spanish executives and entrepreneurs at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre on 29 September and was presided over by King Felipe VI.
Dr. Eduardo Anitua participated as a speaker at the congress with the conference “The health of the manager, a permanent responsibility“, talking about the importance of maintaining good health habits.
The CEDE Foundation, headed by Isidro Fainé, is made up of 37 associations representing more than 157,000 executives. Its aim is to work together with managers to exchange experiences and management techniques that will benefit their companies and the country’s economy.