Our commitment to society means that we back entrepreneurship and innovation and we also foster the talent of the people
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
The everis foundation was established in 2001 with a commitment to encourage entrepreneurship, promote
innovation and foster people’s talent. These three pillars enable us to give back to society, thanks to the
voluntary commitment and the transforming capacity of people who are part of everis in the countries where we operate.
Committed to society, we back research in areas that are in need of improvement or development. We take the talent from everis and channel it altruistically towards projects in education, science, innovation and entrepreneurship. We help by providing voluntary work, transforming projects into value propositions for society. We ensure that society recognizes the value of talent and we help eliminate social, geographic and economic barriers that would otherwise impede their development. We carry out our activities in the countries where everis is present in Europe and America.
More informationDownload the interactive PDF about our activities Check here the Corporate Report
We give back to society the best we get from it: talent as a driver of progress
We ensure that talent is recognized by society
We are involved in the best sources of talent: education system and scientific fields
With the talent of the everis employees, we offer our knowledge and experience to create spaces for innovation and entrepreneurship
PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
The objective of the Foundation
Carrying out, promoting and backing education, training, investigation, innovation and professional retraining.
The development, support, promotion, fostering and assessment of initiatives and projects in business and investigation that are innovative, strategic or socially responsible.
Academic world: students, teachers, universities, schools.
Scientific field: research and development, scientists and researchers.
Entrepreneurial world: entrepreneurs, incubators.
The everis team
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
António Brandão de Vasconcelos
Antonio González Barros
Carlos López Blanco
John de Zulueta
María Jesús Villa
Pilar Gómez Acebo