A Deloitte Report Puts The Damage Of Green Measures In Aviation

Making aviation greener to the brave has a price. This is the main conclusion of a report prepared by Deloitte for ALA , the airline employers’ association in Spain. The aforementioned document indicates that Spain risks losing 11 million tourists, suffering a reduction of 1.6 points in gross domestic product (GDP) and the destruction of 430,000 jobs by 2030 with the application of the Fit For 55 measures related to air sector linked to the possible introduction of a ticket tax included in the White Book of tax reform.

The aforementioned report also indicates that only the fiscal measures for the airline sector would mean a drop of 0.9% of GDP, which in terms of employment translates into 236,000 fewer jobs in 2030.

The study carried out by Deloitte focuses its efforts on four fundamental points. In the first place, the impact that the obligation to use a 5% quota of SAF sustainable aviation fuel can have, which can be between 3 and 6 times more expensive than conventional kerosene, depending on whether it is of biological or synthetic origin. .

On the other hand, the restriction of CO2 emission rights, which will quickly eliminate the hitherto free rights, further aggravates, according to the report, the cost caused by the measures imposed by Europe for the year 2030. to add the application of a tax on aviation kerosene of 7.53 euros per gigajoule.

According to the report carried out by Deloitte, these measures will not only affect the aviation sector, but will also infect other sectors, leading to the loss of a total of 12,000 million euros. On the accommodation side, it is estimated that they could lose 3.6 billion euros. With regard to the food sector, it could stop earning 3.2 billion euros because both are dependent on tourism, which will be drastically reduced, according to the report.

Teva Reinforces Its Commitment To Zaragoza With More Production And Employment

The pharmaceutical industry plans to increase its production by 21% and hire 70 more people by 2027, giving new impetus to the Aragonese plant for which it announced an investment plan of 40 million euros in September last year.

The plan contemplated this investment within a period of four years, until 2025 , in order to increase its production capacity by 20% and incorporate 60 more people into its workforce. And, now, Teva has taken another step in Zaragoza in order to continue increasing production capacity and the number of workers until 2027 .

With this horizon, this pharmaceutical industry intends to increase production by 21% , “with what this entails in job creation, contribution to GDP and investment,” says Antonio Cabodevilla, director of the Teva production plant in Saragossa.

In this way, the greater production capacity will in turn mean more hiring. Specifically, the forecast is that, in five years, 70 more people will be hired , which will be added to the current workforce of 600 employees. A figure that rises to 900 professionals if the rest of the functions and commercial teams are taken into account.

The Zaragoza plant is the only one that Teva has in Spain. 40% of the medicines it manufactures are destined for the Spanish market, while the remaining 60% is marketed in other countries around the world. Among the destinations, Europe, Asia, South America, Russia and Canada stand out.

Teva has facilities in the Aragonese capital of 44,000 square meters for the production of oral solids. The production center has innovative technology for pallets, capsules and tablets. In addition, they currently manufacture 30 molecules and 1,800 different presentations, reaching a production of some 7,100 million doses per year .

The company currently has the largest formulary in the pharmaceutical industry, apart from being one of the companies that produces the most medicines and treats patients in the world (around 200 million), thanks to the 58 manufacturing plants from which 27 are in Europe. It also has ten distribution centers around the world, five of which are located in Europe, apart from the plant in Aragón, a community in which it also has the logistics center.

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Teva’s plans announced today come to reinforce investments to increase production capacity. In September of last year, the company announced investments worth 40 million in the Zaragoza plant , in the Malpica industrial estate, to grow more than 20% in production volume with new lines to be assembled in 2023.

At the time of the announcement of the investments, Teva confirmed that they would be used mainly to increase the capacity in manufacturing and conditioning processes of the Zaragoza plant and, especially, to accommodate the new production volumes that will come from other factories.

In addition, in that same year, that is, in 2021, the company expanded the workforce by 29 people due to the investment of 6.5 million euros to increase the production lines for the drug Losartan . Storage was also increased to double the current capacity, the expansion of the quality laboratory and the new packaging conditioning line.

The evolution of Teva and the plans announced by the company until 2027 have been highly valued by the Vice President and Minister of Industry, Arturo Aliaga, who visited the pharmaceutical company’s facilities today. Aliaga has highlighted the importance of having in Aragon a “company of these dimensions” and a leader in pharmaceutical manufacturing worldwide with a plant that “is one of the most efficient they have in the world and whose continuity is guaranteed”.

Tesla Rebounds 50% From Lows And Causes A Total Division On Wall Street

It is not being a good year for Tesla. With an environment of rate hikes and an economic slowdown (with strong recession warnings), investors have fled en masse from cyclical firms and have taken cover in defensive stocks or, especially, in public debt. Elon Musk’s foray to take over Twitter hasn’t helped either. However, the company has already advanced 47% in just four months.

The car firm maintains an uncertain future in the current context and accumulates one problem after another this 2022. Apart from the complicated macroeconomic situation, the supply problems with respect to China, where they have one of their gigafactories, weigh especially. Although the return to normality in the West has been active for some time, in China the war against covid is still very much present and lockdowns and outbreaks have continued to be the norm in many cities, weighing down production and damaging demand in the country.

This situation, added to the general situation of the economy, caused the company to lose almost half of its value in the first five months of the year. However, now it has managed to stop the bleeding and, in the overall calculation for the year, it has reduced losses to 22.97%.

One of the big turning points to consolidate the rebound was the results of the first half of the year. In the second quarter, Elon Musk announced that, despite earnings that disappointed analysts ($16.9 billion), he made a profit of $1.95 billion, compared to losses that everyone took for granted due to rising manufacturing costs and Logistics.

This 253% half-yearly increase in profits (5,577 million dollars) caused the market to approach the firm with a different approach. To begin with, Tesla, with its Chinese factory closed, had achieved the highest vehicle production in its history with 258,000 vehicles and 254,000 deliveries. In the process, it had raised operating margins to 14.6%, one of the highest in the industry.

Elon Musk’s company managed to raise the prices of all its models and manage to improve its profits at a time of fragility for the sector, news that helped consolidate a rebound that had already been underway for a month and that began with the abandonment of Musk of his offensive to take over Twitter.

In addition, Tesla has been one of the big beneficiaries of Biden’s tax, climate and health care bill. In short, the White House project against climate change has pushed the firm upwards since it began to be promoted, until it was finally approved in the Senate at the beginning of August.

Biden will offer $7,500 in aid to buy electric vehicles
This bill offers US consumers public credits of 7,500 dollars for the purchase of electric vehicles, in addition to a spending program of 400,000 million for consumers to adopt electric cars and renewable energy.

In this sense, the market sees this law as a guarantee that the demand for electric cars will remain firm, that the transition to electric cars will be promoted despite the crisis and, especially, that opportunities will be promoted for companies such as Tesla, for example, with the commitment to greater production of lithium and microchips, a key element for the manufacture of these vehicles.

Finally, it should be noted that Tesla carried out a Split of its shares so that their value drops from $900 per title to $300. A measure that according to Josh Gilbert, market analyst at eToro, tends to very sensitively encourage increases in the stock market. “The data shows that there is an uptick in retail ownership and often a jump in share price after a split. Since 1980, S&P 500 companies that have announced stock splits have earned an average of 25.4% in the following 12 months.

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Despite all the analysts are deeply divided on the future of Tesla and whether in the current context it is time to buy or sell. The Bloomberg consensus gives Elon Musk’s signing a -3% potential. Although firms such as Credit Suisse believe that it will continue to rise until it reaches 333 dollars (it is now trading at 307), others such as BNP Paribas defend that it will fall to 180. The division among experts is absolute, with Deutsche Bank giving it the 400 dollars , thus achieving levels prior to 2022 and touching its all-time highs of November 2021 ($407 per share after the split).

The consensus, although very divided, shows that 55% of analysts believe that it is time to buy, given that it will rise more, while 25% choose to stay and 20% to break positions in the face of further falls.

There are many arguments to think that Tesla can continue to fall given the economic context and that this summer has only been a correction after excessive bleeding. However, there are also many who, protected by their results and the countries’ commitment to electrification, believe that this is only the beginning and that the rebound could only be the beginning of a true comeback like few have seen in such a short time. on Wall Street.

Pfizer And Moderna Keep The Entire Market For Booster Vaccines For Covid

Despite the competition that has been brewing in the European Medicines Agency with different vaccines, delays in authorizations mean that Pfizer and Moderna keep the entire market for the new vaccination campaign.

elEconominista.es announced last week that Hipra will not be ready before October 15 , a date that is also expected at Sanofi according to market sources. Twenty days before, the new vaccines adapted from the two American companies will begin to be inoculated.

Spain will receive until the end of the year a number of doses that leaves the rest of the competitors practically without a market. The Ministry of Health confirms that 44 million vaccines will be supplied in the country, 16 of which will be available to the autonomous communities before the end of September. In Spain, this new campaign will begin with those over 80 years of age and people who live in residences. Later it will be the turn of those over 60 years of age and all the health and social health people. When this is over, it will be the Ministry’s Vaccine Technical Committee that decides the next steps to follow.

Although the Spanish company Hipra will see its commercial capacity reduced, another national company, Rovi, will benefit from the current situation. The Madrid company was in charge of manufacturing the Moderna vaccine for the whole world with the exception of the United States, a fact that will be repeated with the version adapted to Ómicron from the American biotechnology company.

There are other vaccines on the market that, however, the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has not even taken into account during the press conference after yesterday’s Council of Ministers. This is Novavax, a protein-based vaccine (in principle, the technology preferred by Spanish technicians to give booster doses) which, however, has hardly had a commercial run.

The manufacture of the active substance of this serum is also manufactured in Spain by the pharmaceutical company Zendal. In addition, on September 1st, this vaccine was endorsed by the Medicines Agency to be used as a souvenir.

The Digital Trust Hardly Has Supporters In European Multinationals

Digital trust projects a huge margin for improvement in large European organizations as reflected by the low percentage of professional profiles assigned to these tasks. According to a study carried out by ISACA, less than one in ten companies on the Old Continent dedicates a specialized job position to this issue, specifically, barely 8% of the firms surveyed.

This percentage contrasts with the general opinion among large corporations, always in tune with the importance of this concept, where 84% of business and IT managers in Europe recognize the strategic importance of information security, privacy, reputation, quality and good practices in all types of digital interactions, according to ISACA,

The same work highlights “the existence of important gaps between what companies do today and what they should do to become leaders and earn the trust of customers in the digital ecosystem of the future.” Under this vision, and with the aim of helping professionals and organizations achieve their goals in terms of digital trust, ISACA points out that 86% of those surveyed affirm that digital trust will be even more important in five years., but only a quarter (27%) offer digital trust training to their staff.

The organization defines digital trust “as trust in the integrity of relationships, interactions and transactions between providers and users within an associated digital ecosystem.” In his opinion, “it is a factor that influences consumer decisions and the resilience of companies in an environment dominated by digital”.

Chris Dimitriadis, ISACA’s director of global strategy, notes, “Companies see digital trust as critical, and its importance will only grow as digital transformation, customer trust and business security are prioritized. However, many organizations still have not taken the necessary steps to achieve a mature level of digital trust, which could have serious reputational, regulatory and financial consequences.”

The same sources warn that a breakdown in digital trust “can have a devastating impact on a company.” In this way, those surveyed recognize that organizations with low levels of digital trust suffer from a deterioration in their reputation (66%), in addition to an increase in security breaches (56%), more cyberattacks (54%), loss of customers (54%) and unreliable data (47%), among other consequences.

As explained by the experts consulted by ISACA, “companies need metrics and data analysis to know the return on their investments. However, less than one in five companies (19%) say that their organization measures its practices of digital trust.

Digital trust is defined “as the reliability of the integrity of relationships between providers and users within a digital ecosystem”
According to the survey data, companies recognize the importance of digital trust, but its development is held back by a lack of training and education (53%), a lack of alignment with business objectives (42%), a lack commitment of the leaders (37%), the lack of budget (37%) and the lack of technological resources (30%).

Rolf Von Roessing, ISACA evangelist, goes in the same direction by ensuring that “digital trust must be supported throughout the company. All departments must incorporate policies into their activity and determine how they can promote digital trust both among customers and among employees. Organizations that put digital trust at the forefront are much more likely to see their business thrive and see faster returns on their investments.”

Regarding the impact of digital trust on transformation, more than three quarters (76%) of those surveyed recognize the implication of both concepts. As a result, “companies are making changes to their organizational structures, with 29% saying that their organization is likely to have a leadership position dedicated to digital trust in five years .”

“Many organizations are still in the early stages of digital transformation”

The managers surveyed list the top three components of digital trust as security, data integrity and privacy, but less than half consider that there is sufficient collaboration between professionals related to digital trust.

Based on the results of the survey of 2,755 global business and IT professionals, the top three digital trust functions to strengthen: IT strategy/management (85%), security (82%) and Information Technologies themselves (69%). Given this scenario, “many organizations are still in the early stages of digital transformation, so the need for appropriate digital trust offers them an unparalleled opportunity for their professionals to be proactive, acquire knowledge and lead a team. multidisciplinary”.

The CaixaForum Network Presents Its 2022-2023 Cultural Offer

The CaixaForum and CosmoCaixa network constitutes a unique model for disseminating knowledge, culture and science as a driving force for progress in society. And, this year, they propose a journey to the very heart of art and science.

Along these lines, the “la Caixa” Foundation, through its Deputy Director General, Elisa Durán, has presented its exhibitions for the 22-23 season. The institution has shown in a single face-to-face event all its cultural programming for the next 12 months. 30 exhibitions will take place in the nine CaixaForum cultural centers in Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Seville, Zaragoza, Palma, Girona, Tarragona and Lleida and the CosmoCaixa Science Museum, plus eight traveling exhibitions that will tour the Spanish and Portuguese territory. Of the 38 projects, 10 are premieres.

The program invites the public to travel to the heart of archaeology, art, science, photography, comics and cinema with proposals in collaboration with major international institutions, such as the British Museum, the London Science Museum and the Museum of Science of Boston.

Notable novelties include a scientific approach to the creation of Pixar characters , a journey through all the facets of 19th-century portraiture with the Museo Nacional del Prado, a journey through the history of experimental photography with the Center Pompidou, a tour of the most cinematographic and historical spies with La Cinémathèque Française and a visit to the private collections of great artists of the “la Caixa” Foundation Contemporary Art Collection.

On the other hand, three first-rate initiatives will be launched in a season marked by the union of technology and culture with the arrival of the new digital platform CaixaForum+ , the interactive guide to the Universe Hall of the CosmoCaixa Science Museum and the Vertical Forest of CaixaForum Barcelona.

CaixaForum+ will also be launched this season, a pioneering digital platform that will bring culture and science closer to the general public from anywhere with more than 120 projects and 1,200 content capsules during the first year, including first-rate own productions and international co-productions .

At CaixaForum Madrid you can see some of the novelties mentioned above, such as discovering experimental photography with the Center Pompidou, a tour of the most cinematographic spies and a visit to the private collections of the “la Caixa” Foundation Contemporary Art Collection.

In addition, the Madrid center will host science exhibitions for the first time and will open the season with an exhibition dedicated to the inventor Nikola Tesla.

Historic Renewal In The Eco10 Index

Historic renewal in the ‘Eco10’ index. The quarterly review of Eco10 , the Spanish stock market index compiled by elEconomista, is full of changes.

In fact, it is the largest renewal ever carried out in the selective with the departure of five listed companies (Sabadell, Santander, ACS, CIE and IAG), which leave their place for Acciona, Solaria, Cellnex Telecom, CaixaBank and BBVA.

The war in Ukraine and the shadow of the recession, which have stained the world stock markets in the red, force the indicator to renew itself and focus on value sectors, which provide stability to the portfolio. In this uncertain context, Eco10’s commitment to renewables (clear beneficiaries of the energy crisis) also seems appropriate to face the volatility of the coming months in the equity markets.

Historic renewal in the ‘Eco10’ index. The quarterly review of Eco10 , the Spanish stock market index compiled by elEconomista, is full of changes.

In fact, it is the largest renewal ever carried out in the selective with the departure of five listed companies (Sabadell, Santander, ACS, CIE and IAG), which leave their place for Acciona, Solaria, Cellnex Telecom, CaixaBank and BBVA.

The war in Ukraine and the shadow of the recession, which have stained the world stock markets in the red, force the indicator to renew itself and focus on value sectors, which provide stability to the portfolio. In this uncertain context, Eco10’s commitment to renewables (clear beneficiaries of the energy crisis) also seems appropriate to face the volatility of the coming months in the equity markets.

Lagarde Falls Short With The Types

The media have made a mistake in judging the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB). Headlines pointed out that last Thursday’s 75 basis point hike was the largest in history and an unprecedented move, hinting that it was a once-in-a-lifetime decision. And it is not like that.

The climb fell short. There are several clues in the words of ECB President Christine Lagarde and in the data she provided that point in that direction. Lagarde raised the eurozone inflation forecast for this year and next year from 6.8 to 8.1 and from 3.5 to 5.5, respectively, while admitting that there were up to five price increases left of money.

The goal of flattening the inflation curve will not be achieved until well into 2024, when prices should close at an average of 2.3%. We have two years left in which the types will only get more expensive. Compliance with the objective on price stability is thus delayed by one year. This is the first conclusion.

Lagarde’s second message was that Europe is already in stagflation (high inflation without growth) and will enter a recession in the first quarter of next year at the latest. Eurozone growth for next year cut it by more than half, from 2.1 to 0.9%. And he warned that the GDP will turn negative -0.9% (1.8 points less) in the event that Russia cuts off gas. Let’s be realistic and tell the truth: Putin already cut off the gas a few weeks ago. Two threads remain, running through Turkey and Ukraine, accounting for about ten percent of the entire flow. Largarde used a condition to hide the reality, that the eurozone will enter a recession next year.

His speech can be summed up as follows: the crisis will be long and worse than it seemed. He has only just begun and very painful measures will have to be taken in the next two years.

So why did the financial markets react positively? Above all, the banks, which posted increases close to ten% in two days, in some cases. Because rates are expected to double from their current level. In addition, the ECB did not reduce the balance of its debt purchases or the injections of liquidity to financial entities so that they lend to their clients, the so-called LTROs. (Long Term Refinancing Operation).

Banks will experience an ideal situation in the coming months, since the ECB maintains liquidity auctions under the same terms, aimed at facilitating financing for companies and families. But with the advantage that these loans will now charge more expensive.

Liquidity auctions were essential during the years 2011 and 2012, with the relapse of the economy, as well as during the Covid. This crisis will be harder than the pandemic, because on that occasion the increase in public spending to maintain consumption was made at zero rate. Now the price of money will be more expensive. Here is another aspect that is of great concern to the ECB: the public debt of its member states.

As Sánchez explained in his debate with Feijóo last Tuesday, the Government reacted, like the rest of Europe, by launching a citizen protection mechanism, basically through public aid. The president evaluated at 30,000 million, almost three points of GDP, the cost of the royal decrees, which contain popular measures such as the discount of twenty cents on fuel, free public transport or the reduction of taxes on electricity and gas, among others.

Chancellor Scholz announced last weekend a package of 64,000 million in aid to students and households to spend the winter, which raises the sum of public money allocated by the German State to more than 90,000 million. France or Italy have also triggered their indebtedness, despite the fact that they are on the verge of the allowed limit. In the case of Italy, its public debt represents more than 1.5 times its GDP, that is, everything it produces for a year and a half.

The aid is not aimed at the most vulnerable or at strengthening the industry, but rather is granted indiscriminately to the entire population, probably for electoral reasons. Sánchez has elections in just over a year, while Scholz’s popularity is hovering at historic lows.

The latest surprise came from the new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, who will freeze gas and electricity, while keeping the 500 euro check promised by her predecessor for the next two years, just the time left for her re-election. . The cost will be close to 115,000 million pounds and will place the debt / GDP ratio of the United Kingdom above one hundred percent.

All this exuberance of public spending, when we have not yet met the onerous costs of the pandemic, poses a problem for central banks: it forces them to raise the price of money to refinance debts. In the UK, rates are expected to end at 3% by the end of the year and in the euro zone at 2.5%. And it is another reason why the ECB delays the recovery.

Lagarde maintained the public debt purchase bazooka. In recent years he has acquired around five billion in public titles. When he announces his final retirement, the markets are going to get very nervous and the yields of some government bonds will go through the roof. Difficult times lie ahead.

I remind you that the ECB was forced to approve a few months ago an instrument to protect speculative attacks on the debt of peripheral countries such as Italy, Greece or Spain, called TPI (Transmission Protection Instrument). An initiative that will force these countries to adopt austerity measures and will slow down their activity.

The main element of concern for central bankers is the price of energy, mainly gas. If the pandemic caused a rapprochement between the 27 when it comes to administering vaccines or helping the most vulnerable countries, Putin’s war has divided them.

Measures such as the cap on Russian gas will not go ahead because countries like Estonia, the Czech Republic or Germany are against it while the vast majority are in favor. The same goes for sanctions, after Putin threatened to cut off all supplies if they are upheld. The European Commission must renew them in the coming days.

The measures approved this Friday by the European Council, such as capping the price of renewables, will help contain electricity, but in no case will it reduce its price. Germany is making a great effort to diversify its energy sources, but the most optimistic forecasts suggest that it will run out of gas to satisfy all its consumption in the spring of next year. And from that moment, what will happen? Nobody knows. I don’t want to imagine what the winter of 2023 will be like if Putin keeps the tap turned off.

For this reason, the ECB prefers not to give details about its growth forecasts beyond the first quarter of next year. Putin has won the gas war, the sooner we admit it, the sooner we will find solutions to our problems. But probably he will lose the war with Ukraine. Zelensky’s army is retaking key cities like Kharkov. He urges the opening of talks to end the conflict and the economic disaster that is looming in the coming months.

PS.-The President of the Government and his third vice-president, Teresa Ribera, have been disappointed. The EU refused to adopt the Iberian exception, as well as a special tax on energy. Sánchez even boasted in the Senate debate that other countries would copy him, but he slipped in once again.

Who is also wrong is the second vice president, Yolanda Díaz, by forcing the creation of a shopping basket with thirty products at cost price. We already know how these things work. Large stores will force their distributors to lower prices, even at the cost of incurring losses, in order to maintain the sales channel. Small business will be the big loser. Before opening his mouth, Díaz should spend a couple of afternoons learning how the market economy works.

Reason Why Ireland Has Fined Instagram With 405 Million Euros

Data protection is one of the most important aspects for any technology company, since this information has become very valuable in the digital world. For this same reason, the authorities control the use and levels of data protection by these companies and when they do not comply with the stipulated parameters they are fined, as has just happened to Instagram.

Social networks are a complicated place for this aspect, since minors to the elderly can have a profile on one of these platforms. The danger comes from these first, since at their young age they have a desire to be popular and to be liked by everyone, which can lead them to commit nonsense that an older person might not do.

That is why for some time Instagram has extended a series of measures for users who are under 18 years of age, such as, for example, that their profiles are private or that a person of legal age cannot send them messages if they do not follow each other.

However, it has been discovered that several minors updated their profile to establish it as a company in order to be able to access the analytical tools offered by the platform and be able to see who enters their profile, but without knowing it, this change also makes their data personal are public.

In this way, the minors themselves had exposed information such as their names, telephone numbers and emails . Upon learning of this, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) took action and has fined the company €405 million for failing to protect the information of users under the age of 18.

For its part, the company has shown its total rejection of the amount set by the Irish authorities. “Although we have cooperated fully with the CPD throughout their investigation, we do not agree with the way this fine has been calculated and we intend to appeal it.” a Meta spokeswoman explained to BBC News.

There is no doubt that the protection of minors in social networks should be one of the main issues and aspects in any of the platforms, and that the authorities leave no room for failure is a good step forward to achieve a safe digital space for all .

Dazn Buys The Rights To The Women’s Soccer League

Dazn has bought the audiovisual rights of the Spanish and international Women’s Soccer First Division for the next five seasons (2022/23 – 2026/27). It is not the first time that the streaming platform has bet on women’s soccer. Last summer he acquired the rights to the Champions League for the next four seasons, until 2025.

“We could not be more proud to continue working on our commitment to increase the visibility of women’s football by becoming the new global broadcaster of the LPFF. We want the players, coaches and clubs to become recognizable names and an inspiration for the next generation of footballers and fans from all over the world,” said Shay Segev, CEO of DAZN Group.

In Spain, DAZN will offer all the matches of the championship live , with seven of the eight matches per day exclusively. In total, the platform will broadcast 240 games per season for the next five courses.

The company explains that this agreement “promotes the global growth of the LPFF and reinforces DAZN’s commitment to growing women’s football around the world.” Fans globally will be able to experience the best duels of the Women’s First Division live, as well as enjoy summaries and analysis of each match, pre- and post-match interviews and much more.

In the absence of a crystal ball that predicts the audience of these games, the reality is that the antecedents are positive. The UWCL final between FC Barcelona and Olympique de Lyon had a live audience of 3.6 million people around the world, including broadcasts on DAZN. This represented a 56% audience increase compared to the end of the 2020/21 season, with Spain being the country that contributed the most, with a total of 1.6 million views .

Despite the fact that women’s soccer is its great bet, the Dazn catalog includes other competitions. This year’s showdown between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano was the first women’s main event held at Madison Square Garden and became the most-watched duel between two female boxers in history with 1.5 million viewers worldwide.