Ironhack continues to recruit professionals with technological profiles, a trend in the digital talent training company since its foundation in 2013. The latest addition has been that of Courteous Valentine, new campus manager from Ironhack Madrid,
With a extensive experience in the areas of commercial, financial and operations, thanks to his time at the London headquarters of Morgan Stanley and Bankia (Madrid). Subsequently, he made a leap into the field of higher education, specifically, at IE Business School as director of the Department of Financial Aid and Student Services. In addition, he has been Director of Sales and Development at the European University of Madrid (2016-2019), Commercial Director at Villanueva University and external consultant in the education sector.
Courteous Valentine He has a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Complutense University of Madrid, an MBA from the IE Business School and has complementary training in marketing from the London School of Economics and in Digital Business from the ISDI digital business school.
Digital transformation to optimize results
«I like challenges, looking for solutions, new ideas and betting on digital transformation to maximize results », Cortés declares. In this sense, the new Ironhack Madrid campus manager wanted to highlight the enthusiasm with which he is undertaking this new stage: «continuous effort, evolution, innovation … Now the time has come to bring added value to our campus in Madrid and continue on the path that has been transforming the world of digital training for eight years », Add.
Since its inception, the school has been working to be a benchmark in the training and talent development sector in the tech sector and betting, in both face-to-face and remote full-time and part-time, on intensive training bootcamps in web development , UX UI design, data analysis and cybersecurity. The knowledge, commitment and experience of Valentín Cortés in digital transformation and strategies development They will be a guarantee of success in managing the Ironhack Madrid campus.