I started working very young. As many others, I enjoyed working at supermarkets replenishing the shelfs. It was no long before I got my first automotive work, joining Norauto, a workshop network focused on low prices and fast service. From there I moved to a Tier 1 supplier of General Motors, working as production engineer during the launch of the Opel / Vauxhall Corsa D. I was still a undergraduated finishing his studies. Later on I moved to Barcelona to launch my own technical office, where we developed engineering projects, most of them related to the automotive world. By then, I started writting in some motoring magazines as technical expert while I was working the weekends as race engineer supporting drivers in rallyes and in the Clio Cup Spain. Then I got an offer to join AOL Inc. as editor, and while the 2008-2009 crisis destroyed my engineering office, almost depleting my income, I managed to grow within AOL Inc. to become brand country manager (Autoblog Spanish). After the decision of AOL to sell the company to Yahoo and Verizon, I moved back to the car industry in the other side, joining FCA as marketing & product manager for Abarth, before being promoted several times in an small amount of time (16 months!) to become communications and public relations director of FCA Spain, plus member of the board of directors.
I got an offer to join an Asian brand by then, but I declined to keep working at FCA, due to the fact that I was enjoing the success and I was looking forward to move to Torino, Italy, to become a key member of the Abarth brand.
But this story ended sooner than expected in 2017, and I decided to pursuit new challenges, declining offers from three other car makers to launch my very own business, PowerArt Sociedad Limitada followed by the launch of the PowerArt YouTube channel. Since then, I'm working in paralell hosting and writing videos, test driving cars, engineering race cars, teaching at Nebrija's University and working as external advisor.
All in all, in the follow colums you will find some of my past working experience. If you want to know more about my career, you can always contact me.