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MTNG Experience and ISEM Renew Their Collaboration Agreement and the Mustang Chair

MTNG Experience and the ISEM Fashion Business School-University of Navarre have renewed their collaboration agreement and the Mustang Chair through the auspices of the Tecnomoda Foundation.

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With this agreement, the footwear group, MTNG, seeks to boost the training of professionals within the fashion industry and encourage innovation and teaching research within the realm of university. "The link-up between business and teaching constitutes a key factor when it comes to creating value and setting ourselves apart from other companies within the industry", declares Pascual Ros, the President of MTNG Experience, which owns the brands known as Mustang, María Mare, Sixtyseven and Estefanía Marco. "We have renewed the agreement because the experience has proven to be highly fruitful. Creativity and dynamic appeal, both characteristic factors within the world of fashion, can be enhanced through the realm of management; this is the key and differential contribution that ISEM is able to make", he adds. For her part, Covadonga O'Shea, President of the Tecnomoda Foundation, has stated that "it is a privilege to be able to enjoy the collaboration of one of the most pioneering brands on the Spanish footwear market, one that has more than 40 years' experience within the industry that that always seeks to innovate and perfect its business performance".

The ISEM Fashion Business School-University of Navarre was the first business school to specialise in the fashion business in Spain, having been founded back in 2001. It was established in order to train professionals so that they have the negotiation and leadership qualities required to work in this industry. The School's vocation is to professionalise the industry, serving as a centre where management and creativity converge.

For its part, MTNG Experience is the company that serves as the platform for the launch of the brands known as Mustang, Sixtyseven, María Mare and the recently incorporated Estefanía Marco. Furthermore, it is the leading women's medium-category footwear and accessory brand amongst young Spanish women.

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