The Círculo del Liceo hosted the presentation of the book Proyecto Barcelona: ideas para impedir la decadencia of Miquel Molina, deputy director of La Vanguardia. With the participation of Isabel Vidal, director of the Focus Group and president of the Catalan Theatre Businesses Association.
The debate is Barcelona. The starting point, a shared feeling: the Catalan capital has lost momentum while other competing cities are gaining it. It is time to redefine strategies, to involve all agents, to set goals with an eye on the new axes of the future: electric mobility, healthy environment, digitization, artificial intelligence...
Miquel Molina began his journalist career at El Periódico de Catalunya, Segre and El Periódico de Aragón. In 2007, he joined the editorial staff of La Vanguardia, of which he is now Deputy Director. He was a correspondent for the Europa Press agency and a contributor to various economic publications. In 2005 he published his first book L'Everest a l'hora punta, followed by La flor del mal, La sonámbula, Alerta Barcelona, Cinco horas en Venecia and Naturaleza muerta.