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Virtual Coffees

We invite you to participate in this series of webinars to share current issues and their impact on the transport and logistics sector.

Latest Virtual Coffees

#16 Café Virtual Bytemaster | Marketing for dummies (logistic edition) con Sofía Lucca (Cargofive), José Asuaje (Cargofive) y Mili Tealdi (bytemaster)

En este Webinar, Cargofive y bytemaster nos cuentan su experiencia en el Marketing digital en el sector logístico.

No te pierdas este entretenido debate dónde te contaremos más sobre el Marketing en el sector, con todos los tips básicos que nos han servido para crecer y posicionarnos.

#15 Bytemaster Virtual Café | TALENT WITHOUT TRAINING, A DISCONTROL with Borja Durán and Andreu Camps

How to Attract Talent and Train the Logistics Sector

The current situation of companies in the logistics sector are at a crossroads where very broad knowledge is required in the sectors but also in digital tools.

Only 20% of Spanish companies invest in digital training for their employees and, in the case of SMEs, this percentage drops to 4%.

How can we attract talent today and how important is digital training in a world that is practically already digital?

#13 Bytemaster Virtual Café | Agustín Oleaga, DHL Supply Chain Iberia

Agustín Oleaga, Non-Executive Chairman of DHL Supply Chain Iberia and member of the Propeller Club, gives us an overview of the results of the past 2020 in reference to logistics and supply chain.

We discuss various key tools of logistics innovation today, as well as the current relevance of digitalisation and DHL's mission to focus on sustainability with the goal of an emission-free world.

#12 Bytemaster Virtual Café | BREXIT, GET READY! with Álvaro Partida

At the February coffee, we were joined by Álvaro Partida, Deputy Director of PARTIDA - Logistics who agreed to talk to all of us to tell us everything that is not clear and to clarify many doubts about Brexit and customs procedures.

Among them, the new Phyto Certificate that will come into force from 1 April 2021, as well as the difficulties companies are facing in this new scenario or what to take into account when posting workers to the UK..

#11 Virtual Café - Cybersecurity Logistics

Date: January 28, 2021
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Lluís Beneyto

Regional Director, ESET Spain

At the first virtual café of the yearLluís Beneyto spoke to us about the new and old threats posed by cybercrime and how they affect our sector.

ESET is a pioneer in antivirus protection, born with the creation of multi-award winning threat detection software. Its security solutions are used by more than 100 million users, enabling businesses and consumers in over 200 countries to make the most of the digital world.

Last Thursday, November 28th, the eighth edition of our Virtual Cafés took place to talk about automatisms in maritime transport.

A tool created for digitalization together with a group of logistics experts and technology lovers working for the future of smarter freight forwarders.

#10 Virtual Café - Cargofive and Maritime Transport Automation

Date: November 28, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Sebastian Cazajus

CEO Cargofive

#09 Virtual Coffee - RFID Applied to Logistics

Date: October 22, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Jokin Apples

CEO, Myruns

In the ninth virtual café, Jokin Apples gave us his view on the challenges posed by the impact of RFID on the logistics sector.

Myruns, a company focused on the design, development and sale of technologies and solutions RFID applied to industry, logistics, retail and supply chain In the "The Future of RFID" section, they will talk about the applications that RFID technology offers to the logistics and transport sector.

Last Thursday, May 28th, the eighth edition of our Virtual Coffees was held to talk about the news in customs management.

Marta Torrents and Antonio de la Ossa were in tandem in this talk about the new developments in the management of temporary warehouses, the new G5 and the advantages of being an AEO.

#8 Virtual Coffee - News in the management of temporary warehouses: the G5 and the advantages of being an AEO

Date: May 28, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Antonio de la Ossa & Marta Torrents

Delaossa Asesores | Torrents Law&Customs

#7 Virtual Coffee - The New Logistics After COVID-19

Date: May 21, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Enric Ticó


In the seventh virtual caféEnric Ticó and Martín Fernández gave us their view on the challenges posed by the impact of COVID19 on the logistics sector.

In the future, the market will not depend exclusively on a single supplier, according to Enric Ticó, and will know how to respond more efficiently to future health or climate crises. He has also assured that, in the coming years, a trend towards zero kilometre purchases will spread.

Last Thursday, May 14th, the sixth edition of our Virtual Cafés was held to talk about the future of the automotive industry in the post-Covid19 era.

Gonzalo talked about the few changes in the automotive supply chains, already located by regions, as well as the drastic reduction in vehicle production. He commented that a hard reconversion of the sector is foreseen.

#6 Virtual Coffee - The Future of Automotive in the Post-Covid Era19

Date: May 14, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Gonzalo Sanchis

Managing Director, Autolica Mercedes Benz

#5 Virtual Coffee - Rising Sectors in the Post-Covid Industry19

Date: May 06, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

José Miguel Aliaga

Expert consultant in internationalization

In the fifth virtual café José Miguel Aliaga gave us his view on the challenges posed by the impact of COVID19 on the future industrial landscape.

With the phrase "Que se mueran los feos, que este baile es para guapos" (Let the ugly ones die, this dance is for the beautiful ones), the speaker put on the table the need that companies have to improve their business processes, digitalization, efficiency, to play in a new environment.

Last Wednesday, April 23rd, the fourth edition of our Virtual Coffees was held to talk about the outsourcing of the industry after Covid19.

Maria says that companies that adopt resilient strategies, and those that understand the paradigm shift resulting from the crisis, will continue to compete, and that this means an opportunity for the logistics sector.

#4 Virtual Coffee - Post-Covid Industry Outsourcing19
Date: April 23rd, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)
Maria de Lourdes Eguren

Director of Internal Control, Esteve Laboratories

#3 Virtual Coffee - Reactivating Cargo in Transport

Date: April 17, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)

Carles Rua

Head of Strategic and Innovation Projects, Port of Barcelona

In the previous edition of Bytemaster's Virtual Coffee, Carles Rua showed us the forecast for the reactivation of cargo in national and international transport.

The Covid-19 crisis will mean the concentration of logistics operators in the fields of air, sea and land transport, as well as the forecast of a fall in international traffic to the detriment of national traffic.

Last Wednesday, April 8th, the second edition of our Virtual Coffees was held to talk about Customs, guarantees and deferment of payments.

We comment on the new regulations that have arisen as a result of the health crisis and their implications for the deferment of payments to Customs and the possible saturation of guarantees by Antonio de la Ossa.

#2 Virtual Coffee - Customs: Warranties and Deferrals
Date: April 8, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)
Antonio de la Ossa

Director, Delaossa Advisors

#1 Virtual Coffee - ERTES in the Logistics Sector
Date: April 01, 2020
Time: 10:00h - 10:45h (CEST)
Jordi Martorell

Lawyer, MC Associats

This April we started a proposal called Virtual Coffee where we invited speakers from the logistics sector to discuss current issues in the sector.

Last Wednesday 1st April we held the first of our Virtual bytemasterCoffees to talk about the ERTE's in the logistics sector and solve as many doubts as possible about them.

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