Íñigo Núñez Quintana, Managing Director
Iñigo Nuñez is a founding partner and General Manager of Dagonpress, founded in 2005, whose corporate purpose is the strategic positioning of companies, products and/or services. Iñigo has a degree in Business Administration and Marketing from the Centro Superior de Marketing de Madrid (CESMA) and a second degree in photojournalism from the Spanish Radio and Television Corporation.
In addition to managing Dagonpress, Iñigo is also President and founding partner of Valora Network Partners (VNP), a company specialized in the marketing and sales of software solutions and introduction of new products into the Spanish market.
In his quest for innovation and new opportunities, he was part of the group (also as founding partner) that created Atinco Global Media (www.atinco.com) in 2002, the first company in Europe to offer video streaming to mobile devices on a “pay-per-view” basis.
Prior to leading these entrepreneurial initiatives, he worked as an independent Communication and Marketing Consultant for the Japanese multinational Trend Micro (www.trendmicro.com), the fourth largest company in the anti-virus software sector, and was also Director of the Communication and Public Relations Department of the Spanish multinational Panda Software (one of the world’s top antivirus companies), where he was responsible for building the corporate brand image from zero.
Iñigo was also a Communication and Marketing consultant for Kynetia Networks, an IT engineering company and ISV specialized in Java, Consulting and custom software development. Along this same line, he was in charge of opening the Spanish market for the Davis Consulting Group, a company based in the USA and Canada specialized in deregulation processes─concretely in Spain the electricity sector.
At Medicus Mundi Spain, an international health cooperation and advocacy organization, consultant to the World Health Organization and receptor of the prestigious “Príncipe de Asturias” award, Iñigo headed the Communication Department and was in charge of managing the Ruanda (Africa) campaign. The results were a 20% increase in members, 2.5 million Euros in contributions and free publicity inserts worth 900,000 Euros.
Iñigo has also been a founding partner and Director of Operations & MARCOM of Elemental Films, a producer of proprietary audiovisual content for Internet distribution, and Managing Director of Contents & Solutions, a company specialized in the development of online games and Web sites.