Angeles Moreno new Country Manager AIM Spain

Angeles Moreno

Angeles Moreno assumed the role of Country Manager AIM Spain, as of 1st September, the local branch of AIM Group International.

Angeles will manage the business in the country with focus on relaunching AIM’s activities in the market and developing the three strategic business lines of the company: congress, corporate events and DMC. Her mission will be to achieve purposeful growth, increase revenue, accelerate innovation, improve organisational positioning, as well as promoting talents acquisition to reinforce the operation in Spain.

Angeles Moreno is a recognized expert in Business Management, Event Strategy and in guiding organizations achieve strategic change, with an extensive experience as executive director, business owner and consultant in business strategy, innovation, growth, and alliances.

Author of the book The Time Is Now and nominated as one of the TOP 100 most influential female leaders in 2020 in Spain, Angeles is the co-creator of the "CX Design Playbook", a methodology to explore business trends and innovation in the field of human-centricity and innovation.

A passionate and sought-after global keynote speaker, Angeles consistently leverages her knowledge of corporate event strategy best practices. She has a degree in Business Administration specialized in tourism and an MBA and is fluent in 3 languages (Spanish, English and German).

“I am really happy that Angeles joined our Group in this position, and I am sure that she will give a great contribution to the further development of our business in Spain” outlines Marco Quagliarella, International Director AIM Group International.


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