About San Telmo Business School
San Telmo is a private non-profit institution founded in 1981 by entrepreneurs and top executives from the south of Spain, with aims to promote the economic and social development of their region, Latin America, and Africa.
San Telmo Business School is aware of the challenges that companies and public and private institutions face. Therefore, it provides professional training activities - some of which are unique in Europe, that help senior managers to take increasingly fairer and more sensible decisions, as well as managing effectively and with respect for their collaborators. The main goal of San Telmo is to develop the managerial skills of the participants in its programmes.
San Telmo’s motto is BETTER PEOPLE, BETTER COMPANIES, BETTER SOCIETY.
San Telmo has its own faculty, with more than 50 professors, whose main activities are teaching, research, advisory services to companies and institutions and working as executives themselves. Visiting lecturers from different business schools complement and reinforce their faculty. The faculty write about 50 cases each year on average.
About the collection
San Telmo’s case study collection with The Case Centre is made up of more than 20 cases with corresponding teaching notes, in Spanish, English and Italian, on leading companies from Spain and the rest of the world. The majority of the cases address general management challenges.
The number of San Telmo cases total more than 1,000 in Spanish, English, Italian, French and Portuguese, and more will be added to The Case Centre collection in due course.
San Telmo cases place a special focus on agribusiness, governance, SMEs and family businesses.
The School’s cases have been recognised in case writing competitions such as those run by IFAMA and EFMD.
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Available from The Case Centre
San Telmo Business School’s collection of cases, and their accompanying instructor materials, is available from The Case Centre.
San Telmo’s materials are also part of our discounted pricing scheme for members in developing countries and Undergraduate Case Teaching Licence.
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