The new president of El Corte Inglés, Marta Álvarez, has debuted in the position with a placid shareholders meeting in which all the proposals of the board that he presides from July 11 have been approved with a large majority, if not unanimously. In her debut, the president of the department store chain wanted to breathe encouragement to her employees and shareholders after more than a year of convulsions in which up to three people have succeeded each other in the presidential chair. "We have a future," he said, because, in times of revolution in the retail sector, his company has "creativity" and the drive to continue setting trends and innovating. In fact, it has put the emphasis on announced that the mobile application will be ready that year and that in 2020 it will launch two new fashion brands. In addition, he has announced that half of his new command posts will be women.