Title: President, Chief Executive Officer
Company: DIGITALIA Inc.
Location: Scarborough, Maine, United States
Xavier Claret Torrents, President and Chief Executive Officer of DIGITALIA Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in academic resources distribution and business administration.
Drawing on years of professional expertise in business, Mr. Claret Torrents presently serves as the chief executive officer of DIGITALIA, INC. https://digitaliausa.com, which is dedicated to the distribution of electronic resources and databases for academic institutions and public libraries with a focus on international languages. In his work with DIGITALIA, he provides a diverse range of products including e-books, e-journals and streaming films & documentaries, selects content to be distributed and attends various industry conferences. Similarly, Mr. Claret Torrents coordinates all marketing-related activities and negotiates and executes long-term contracts with publishers and producers. To remain aware of developments affecting his field, Mr. Claret Torrents aligns himself with the American Library Association and the Seminary of Latin American Studies. Furthermore, he is a member of the Hispanic Society of America.
Previously, Mr. Claret Torrents worked for over 18 years in the energy sector with private companies in Europe, Latin America and the United States with responsibilities mostly centered on the control/finance area and the reporting cycle (annual planning, long term projections, performance analysis and KPIs, and audit process). He also played a significant role in various M&As and projects of a similar nature. He served as the director of planning and investments for AVANGRID NETWORKS, an integration manager for RENEWABLES, a controller with IBERDROLA GROUP Bolivia, and a financial analyst with IBERDROLA ENERGIA SA.
Prior to embarking upon his professional journey, Mr. Claret Torrents earned a Bachelor of Arts in business studies and a Master of Business Administration with a focus in finance through ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. Additionally, he has attended seminars on such topics as financial markets, multicultural marketing, enterprise valuation, public services regulation and price design, the energy sector and managing difficult business conversations. Looking toward the future, Mr. Claret Torrents intends to keep supporting equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) principles and activities in libraries and communities.
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