The Onda Cero Mallorca Awards have recognized, for the ninth consecutive year, the work of all those people or entities that contribute to the progress of the Mallorcan community, as well as those who stand out for their work both within and outside the island.
On this occasion, the Jury recognized the ‘Circular Hotels’ project by Time with the “Onda Cero Mallorca 2020 Corporate Responsibility Award”. This is a pioneering project to which six companies have joined, including the Palma Congress Center, and it aims to help the hotel industry transition towards a circular economy model for waste management and the reintroduction of processed waste into the economic cycle in order to minimise its environmental impact.
The secretary of the jury and regional director of Atresmedia Radio and Onda Cero in the Balearic Islands, Juan Carlos Enrique Forcada, highlighted the importance of these awards that aim to “put the media focus on those people, groups and projects that contribute to the progress of the island in all areas”.
From June 4 to 9, The Palma Convention Center will host the largest international congress of the year in Palma, organized by the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO).
The Port Adriano marina reopens the doors of the Aftersun Market, one of the most popular pop-up markets in Mallorca, which celebrates its seventh edition, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May 26 to June 18.
1600 professionals from 30 different countries around the world have come to Palma de Mallorca (Spain) for the great night of the international hairdressing industry, the 5th year of the International Hairdressing Awards, which represent an indisputable consolidation of the event.