The Regional Minister of Economy, Enterprises, and Employment of Castilla-La Mancha, Patricia Franco, accompanied by a significant part of her team, visited the facilities of the perfumery developer to learn firsthand about their growth plans, investment strategy, as well as their advancements in sustainability, CSR, and innovation.
June 19, 2023 (Cabanillas del Campo, Guadalajara)
The Regional Minister of Economy, Business, and Employment of Castilla-La Mancha, Patricia Franco, accompanied by the Director General of Enterprises, Javier Rosell, the Provincial Delegate of Economy,Business, and Employment, Susana Blas, and the Delegate of the Regional Government in Guadalajara, Eusebio Robles, visited Mixer & Pack to delve into the company’s contributions and improvements to the economic, social, and technological development of the region.
The visit began with a brief presentation by Mixer & Pack’s management team, where they shared the revenue growth since 2021, the year the company established itself in Cabanillas del Campo, as well as an ambitious plan for expansion and investment. Following this, Mixer & Pack concluded the presentation by highlighting the advancements made in their three main pillars: innovation, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.
The Regional Minister of Economy, Business, and Employment of Castilla-La Mancha emphasized the importance of Mixer & Pack as a leading company in its sector, a job creator, and its strong/solid social commitment to the region. She also highlighted the company’s efforts in promoting innovation and sustainability, as well as its contribution to the business fabric and economic growth of Castilla-La Mancha.
Agustín Gómez Loeches, President of Mixer & Pack, accompanied by Juan Mediavilla, General Director, expressed gratitude for the visit from the regional government and conveyed satisfaction with the interest shown in the company. He also highlighted Mixer & Pack’s commitment to the region and its continuous efforts to drive economic and social development through job creation and process innovation.
It is worth noting that the beauty industry exports more than emblematic sectors such as olive oil, wine, or footwear. Mixer & Pack exports approximately 70 million perfumes per year, representing the Spanish and La Mancha brands across the five continents of the world.