DATE: 25 October 2018
TARGET: Languages schools, Colleges, Institutes and Providers.
VENUE: To be confirmed.

COST: 1.500.-€
Registration Deadline
27 September 2018
Registration Contact
Cristina Rivaya,

Three reasons to attend the ASEPROCE workshop:

  • Quality agents: All agents accredited and high quality. Most os the agents invited (90%) are ASEPROCE members, wich are inspected every year and follow a very strict quality scheme.
  • Save time & money: Schedule up to 30 one-to-one meetings with the agents, a cost-effective way to build new business relationsships.
  • More networking opportunities: We create a relaxed atmosphere for maximum networking with breakfast and lunch included.

Aseproce Workshop 2017

El último Workshop realizado por Aseproce


About Madrid
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that comines the most modern infrastructures ant the status as an economic, financial, administrative and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, legacy of centuries of exciting history.

Strategically located in the geographic centre of the Iberian Peninsula at an altitude of 646 m above sea level, Madrid has one of the most important historic centres of all the great European cities. This heritage marges seamslessly with the city’s modern and convenient infrastructures, a wide-ranging offer of accommodation and services, and, all the latest state-of-the-art technologies in audivisual and communications media. These conditions, together with all the drive of a dynamic and open society-as well as high-spirited and friendly-have made this metropolis one os the great capitals of the Western world.

Near the Plaza Mayor is the area known as the ‘aristocratic centre’ where the jewel in the crown is the Royal Palace, an imposing building dating from the 17th century featuring a mixture a Baroque and classicist styles. Beside it is the Plaza de Oriente square, the Teatro Real opera house, and the moderns cathedral of La Almudena. The Puerta del Sol square is surrounded by a varied and select area of shops and businesses, and the ‘Paseo del Arte’ art route – whose name derives from its world-class museums, palaces and gardens – are further elements in an array of monuments which includes particularly the Bank of Spain building, the Palace of Telecommunications, and the fountains of Cibeles and Neptune.