The La Caixa-Caixabank banking foundation, Telefónica, El Corte Inglés and Inditex will be the most successful companies and more contribute to the growth of the Spanish economy in 2019, a year in which, according to analysts, a period of global slowdown in the economy is expected.
Therefore, the consultant Advice Strategic Consultants has carried out a study in order to know which will be the large Spanish companies that, in this context of lower growth, will be the most successful according to the opinion of 2,400 SMEs and self-employed, 1,000 leaders of opinion and 2,800 people from the general population.
Among the 10 parameters analyzed, highlights the leadership of the conglomerate that make up the La Caixa Foundation and Caixabank, by appearing in first place in five of these categories.
Specifically, the Catalan entity leads the ranking of the most successful systemic companies in Spain, is the one that contributes the most to economic recovery, the one with the best reputation and the one that has the best relationship with shareholders, employees and suppliers.
In second place, Telefónica stands out, as it appears in the first place as the most successful in the digital transformation, in its relationship with the media, which has the greatest weight in the economy and the one that innovates the most and invests more in innovation.
The teleco is followed by El Corte Inglés and Inditex, highlighting the former for providing "the best quality products and services" and the latter for being "well managed" and obtaining "good economic resources".
To this list is also added the leadership of the president of Telefónica, José María Álvarez-Pallete, as the entrepreneur who most contributes to the success of his company, followed by the president of El Corte Inglés, Jesus Nuño de la Rosa, and the president of the Banco Santander, Ana Botín.
It should be noted that from the list of the top 20 entrepreneurs, the respondents they have only targeted three women: Botín, the president of HP, Helena Herrero, and the one of Bankinter, Dolores Dancausa, something that for those in charge of carrying out the study supposes that "there is a lot of ground to improve in the field of gender equality in the great Spanish company" .