Grupo Soltel, upon overcoming successive outrages among young companies in Spain, is in the list of the eleven finalists of the XIV Young Entrepreneur National Award, being the only Andalusian and the only TIC company aiming for this prize.

The winner will be announced on Thursday in Hotel Villa Magna in Madrid, and the prize will be granted by HRH Prince of Asturias as the president of a ceremony to recognise the Spanish entrepreneurial spirit.

The announcement will disclose the name of the company granted with the Young Entrepreneur State Award, along with the five accesits: Innovation, Internationalization, Social Engagement, Generational Replacement and Young Entrepreneur Associations, accesit MensAJE.

This year happens to be the 30th Anniversary of the Young Entrepreneurs Movement, a flow that begun to boost entrepreneurial vocations, training and support to entrepreneurs as a social engine.

An important endorsement of this award is its jury, qualified and independent, made up of prominent personalities in the world of Economy, Enterprise and Finances. In this edition, some of them are such greats as Enrique García Candelas, general director of Banco Santander; Rubén Urosa Sánchez, general director of Injuve; Pedro Granado, operations director of Enisa (State Innovation Company); Pablo Abejas Juárez, general director of Economy, Statistics and Technological Innovation of the Community of Madrid; Giuseppe Tringali, managing director of Mediaset; or Pilar Andrade Sánchez, president of Ceaje.


Soltel Group faces with “great illusion” the challenge of being eligible for this award that would name it as best young company in Spain.

The best endorsement for the technological based in Seville, Extremadura, Madrid and Mexico is that it was granted last year as the Best Business Career in Andalusia and Seville by the regional and provincial Young Entrepreneurs Associations.

This prize joins some other received before, like 2007 Best Young Company of the year, and 2012 Andalusian Day Most Innovative Company.